Hey guys, I'm looking for some jackets that Eddie Vedder wore between 1994 and ~2000. Mostly looking for some help to identify these jackets. For all of these, I know exactly what I'm looking for, but most of them I don't really know any way to search for them, as they are just a bit too generic to specify the small details I want into search engines. I am looking to purchase these jackets if anyone happens to have them, or find them available online. I'm typically a size Medium/Large, or ~40-44. My normal measurements are: Shoulders: 17.5" minimum, typically wear 19" Chest: Anywhere from ~20" to 25" Sleeves: ~23-25" Typically 24" for comfortable length. 23" slightly short look. Length: Trucker jacket - Roughly 23"-24", typical jacket - 27"-30", 27" would be ideal to 30". I'd be looking for a similar fit to Eddie's, so some slightly oversized, one's slightly small, some just right. I'd venture to guess that every single one of these were thrifted, likely around the time he wore them. Some he wore a time or two, others he wore a lot. Sears seems to be in line with a lot of these, around 50-80s sears stuff. That's where I normally find similar things. The biggest theme with these is that they're mostly just simplified takes on already established styles of jackets. (Trucker jacket with seams from pocket to hem missing, plain colors, etc.) (I might stretch the term "outerwear" out a bit here.) Some of these were definitely women's clothes, so this isn't exclusively from the men's section. Another fairly common thing is an elongated collar, typically between 4-4.5" long, instead of the typical 2.5-3" collar. Side-Hack Assn. Jacket: These photos are from late 1994 to summer 1995. 100% Olive Green Nylon Big points here are: Three stripes across the chest(Looks like the bottom one is gold, the middle is 2 small stripes, one white, one gold, and the top is white.) White exposed zipper, drawstring at the waistline, with Bomber style collar(still nylon material, short standing collar, without any corners.) Hard to say for certain, but looks like there are *no* pockets on this jacket. There is a patch on the back that says: "Side - Hack Assn" with a logo in the center. I believe this is an 8" patch, I have seen one on ebay before. I believe it was added sometime after the jacket was produced, but before Eddie obtained it. There is currently a seller on Etsy who is making a slight variation of this patch, however his largest size is 5". If anyone knows anything else about the patch, information would be appreciated.(Will include a photo) Here's a photo of the Patch I found. It has since sold. Now I've found a few jackets that are very similar from Sears. Here are 3 different versions of that same jacket. I've seen it in a few other colors as well, and I think atleast one other design. I assume there's also a variant with the 3 stripes on the chest like Eddie's. I'd assume his is this same jacket. This is listed under Sear's Oakbrook Sportswear line. Blue Corduroy Trucker: This is a photo from the Mopop in Seattle that I took myself last year. He wore this jacket from ~1995 up until sometime in 1997.(I think. that's the last known appearance that I can find.) The back is just plain, straight line across the shoulder seam, no seams down the back other than the side seams. No adjustment buttons on the waist. It's 100% cotton Corduroy, in a Dark Navy Blue color Big points on this jacket: Elongated collar, about 4.25"(I think), pockets ~1 inch lower than chest seam. Pockets roughly 5.5" down the side(not including the point at the bottom, just from the top corner of the pocket to the bottom corner of the straight edge.) 5 Button design instead of typical 6 button. No seams between pockets and hem. The collar leads me to believe something from the 70s. Now this one, I have a very similar jacket to already, though I had to have it altered quite a bit to get the correct details, I highly doubt that his was altered in the same fashion. Brown Corduroy Shirt(Blouse?): These photos are from 1996 and 2006. He wore this shirt from 1996 up until 2006. It was VERY Raggedy by the time he stopped wearing it. likely fell apart. 100% cotton Brown/kahki/grey(Color is hard to gauge for certain, it looks a little different in almost every camera appearance during the 10 years he wore it. I believe it probably started as a deep brown, and gradually faded away to a mid brown/khaki through the years.) Corduroy This is definitely a women's top. Big points here are: Elongated collar, 4 inches I think. No pockets. (I don't know what to call this so hopefully I can explain it well enough.) Front and back are longer than the sides. Front kinda has a slight point where it would meet the other side of the front, while the back is rounded completely. Has buttons on left side of placket. Cuffs are not split up the arm, only around the cuff. Denim Trucker Zip Jacket: This one is a pretty plain Trucker jacket, minus the seams between pockets and hem, only other big difference is a zipper instead of button closure. The collar also looks a little different than typical, just in shape, not length. Might just be me, let me know what you think 100% cotton Olive Green/Grey Denim Has metal buttons for pocket, waist adjustment and cuff closure, small hole in center, where riveted to the back of the buttons. Zipper is on the left side of the placket. I believe this might also be a Women's jacket. These photos aren't that great. Here's some videos that also show this jacket. Eddie is wearing the jacket this entire concert. Eddie is wearing the jacket for about the first 40 minutes of this concert. I spent a lot of time to type this out, I'd like to bump it weekly, and add updates if possible. If any link or photo is broken, please let me know. My internet went out frequently while typing this out.