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Discussion in 'Outerwear' started by Superfluous, Mar 3, 2016.
Wait till you see the back...
One has to produce jackets for best agers...
The real question is: Are they leather lined? If not he's not really serious about pockets...
The jacket looks well made though... I wonder who the maker is. It seems like a good custom jacket... the customer got what he wanted made to high standards. The fit also seems very good.
That grey leather is also a nice shade and the knits match pretty well in terms of shade... I am thinking a G1 in these colours would look pretty special
For those who have a long torso: an elongated type 3.
Comes with handwarmer pockets as a bonus.
Nah, it's a dress...
My mom had a duster length stone washed denim jacket that she bought in the late eighties and wore for a good ten years afterwards. Even at the time I thought that jacket was kind of funky, but seeing this Type 3 extra long makes me realize but I was too hard on my mom.
I've seen these in thrift stores in women's sections but yeah, I think my mom had something similar, too. It was also stone washed and probably more in a style of a Levi's shirt than a Type-3.
I know it's a women's dress but still, pretty atrocious imo.
So Chrome Hearts plunger, sold for $3500. Bruh.
What is that?? Looks warm, at least!
They look like the gizmos that you use to unblock the lavatory.
Spotted on eBay. Not cheap either. If I were 8’10” with bone claws I’d wear it 100%.
Something similar was very popular back in the sixties: click here to see. You can still buy the full length version, it's known as a: "Hooded Toscana Coat." Your's for a mere £1625.00. If that link doesn't work go to Celtic & Co and search Toscana.
somehow reminds of this coat
Why just wear one jacket... If you could also wear two..
I actually had to do this once to avoid being charged an excess weight at the airport lol
Must have been on your flight back home from Thessaloniki hehe
It looks very military. Whenever you see a movie depicting WW2, you see a pilot wearing his RAF uniform jacket underneath an Aero Irvin. Could that be the inspiration?