Johnson Leathers Brown m-200 jacket - tag 44 - Made in USA

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  1. trapp

    trapp Practically Family

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    Johnson Leathers Brown m-200 jacket
    tag 44
    Made in USA
    $175 (plus $15 for priority CONUS shipping)

    Excellent condition. The jacket was gently worn and is clean inside and out with no issues. This is Alan Johnson's stock model (not a custom) with the quilted lining and featuring the excellent 3.5 oz naked cowhide leather. It's a rich, satisfying leather, soft and robust with a great hand and lots of visible grain. It's a lovely dark chocolate brown, broken in with a nice luster and just beginning to show patina along the high points. No scuffing or abrasions or anything detrimental to the leather at all.

    Measurements....

    Chest 25.5
    Shoulder 21.5
    Sleeve 24 7/8
    front length 28
    rear length 26 3/8

    Thanks for looking and message me with any questions at all.

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  2. trapp

    trapp Practically Family

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  3. jonesy86

    jonesy86 My Mail is Forwarded Here

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    Sleeves are too short for me but, Nice!!!
     
  4. DS/B MCS

    DS/B MCS New in Town

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    I'll take it.
     
  5. trapp

    trapp Practically Family

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    Pm'd you:)
     
  6. DS/B MCS

    DS/B MCS New in Town

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    Replied and funds sent
     
  7. trapp

    trapp Practically Family

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    Sold. Thanks all.
     
  8. hondurasdave47

    hondurasdave47 Practically Family

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    Great jacket at a great price. I was tempted. I'm glad MCS swooped in first!

    Dave
     

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