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Discussion in 'Outerwear' started by Powerband, Apr 18, 2019.
That's the way I see it–as a lightweight leather jacket.
Seems like I missed this thread..
Here is mine, a Black Bear Brand x Langlitz collaboration.
Heavy CXL HH, but easy to wear.
Pic is around 2 years old.
That Moto Guzzi with the transverse!
Pretty nice. Perfect when a real jacket is too much. I would also like to have a deerskin like this on my shirt jacket.
Even if mine isn't perfect, it's super comfortable to wear.
I’m currently looking with 5* at a short fit unlined tan goat suede type 3 ‘Trucker’ shirt / jacket for the summer. Brass donut Snap fasteners rather than buttons too. It will mainly be worn open over a T shirt so width / length measurements down slightly on my recent black deerskin Trucker jacket.
My shirt jacket
very light, very comfortable to wear. Seventies style takes some getting used to Lol
You gave me the idea of a Western shirt with that shirt / jacket. Hopefully unlined will work in goat suede 0.80 mm
I quite like leather shirts, but I think that the chest pockets tend to look a bit awkward. Acne Studios deleted them on one of their designs. I like the basic idea, though the fit is terrible...
Matches the haircut.
I remember this model, turned out really nice!
It is really a great shirt.
Meanwhile I own a second one.
As soon as I am back home I will post a pic.
Powerband what ever became of the Aero? I dig it and know we can wear the same size
@Tusche how do you rate the rough out Black Bear shirt against the Langlitz version?
I like the charcoal model that's currently on preorder.
The nicest design they do (or did) is the Derelict, which is a lot cleaner than other shirts.
The Langlitz version is more like a jacket, sometimes I use it like a motorcycle jacket which works perfectly during the summer time.
The rough out is much thinner and more like a real shirt.
The charcoal is really a beauty, maybe one day the third one...
The Langlitz one does look good. I didn't realise that it was heavier.
rows of those branded snaps all have same text orientation, neat.
Indeed they do! I never noticed. Man, I really stopped paying attention to details in clothes... I wonder what's wrong with me.