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Discussion in 'Outerwear' started by red devil, Feb 12, 2017.
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Definitely not a mistake. The brown Steer used by Fidelity was super nice. Good deal too. @Claybertrand has a few.
Amazing you guys can do that. Sort of like a super power, able to name a vintage jacket on site!
Haha. That’s low hanging fruit. Some of the scholars around here can spot the obscure jackets.
Maybe but you were the first to name the two I brought to the table!
Still waiting to see that Cal make its appearance here. I’d love to see a fit pic.
Man, that's so beautiful! I really need a JL cross zip in my life! Congratulations and may it reach your home quickly and safely.
Everything about this johnson is beyond expectations I like your design an unusual classic well done
Fit picures requested
70s sheepskin Lewis Leathers Super Monza. The leather is awesome.
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The leather looks beautifully rich!
Yes, it close to 5oz, might be my heaviest jacket to date, we'll find out soon enough
Yeah, smaller and shorter mainly, with a collar this time
All good things come together it seems!
I knew I saw that somewhere before. So the Burgundy one was also yours. Very nice! The beaded collar is the better fit for riding, and the added fur makes it just as good off the bike. Excellent choice!
Bitter Sweet Congratulations! I wanted that jacket. My efforts to raise the funds did not work. The price was very reasonable for this custom jacket. I was so impressed I thought; If I had this jacket I would be most satisfied and retire from buying!
This style has eluded me as a keeper. I've owned a Himel Heron and a BK Cossack and let them fly. Vintage in this style and size are impossible to find. I believe this is Himel's finest jacket and as good as it gets in this style.
The wild blanket lining, hair on the collar, just perfect.
At least I know where it is.
Congratulations! Another one for the Book.
Yeah the first version was in burgundy CXL about 3.5oz
Yessir, a Steer one made in Cali. Size on the label. Zips on top of the sleeves, just three studs on the lower back panel, red nylon liner with the earlier inner pocket placement, and all that cool jazz. I’ll post more pics once I have it.
How is that one breaking in? Ive got their Trojan-inspired one in burgundy and black CXL, if you recall.
Consider me officially knocked out! All I can do is stare and mumble . . . I pity myself that I can't behold you wearing this work of art in person. There are a great many jackets featured on this forum that I love, but very few that have amazed me in style and execution. This is one of those very rare few.
Thank you for your throughs The seller sent me an offer I could not refuse