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JMax

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HarryLime

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You're going to avoid an entire brand because some dummy put a sticker with god-knows-what adhesive on it, and then tried to rip it off? Also worth noting further along in that thread:

"I did take off some finish on my cxl Aero having a sticker on it a while ago, but it was so minimal I can't see where it now, it just left some slightly matte spots."
 

red devil

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You're going to avoid an entire brand because some dummy put a sticker with god-knows-what adhesive on it, and then tried to rip it off? Also worth noting further along in that thread:

"I did take off some finish on my cxl Aero having a sticker on it a while ago, but it was so minimal I can't see where it now, it just left some slightly matte spots."

If you're looking for something minimally sturdy that is pretty damning... otherwise it's ok I guess. It depends what you are looking for.

I don't see how this can't be a reasonable deal breaker for prospective customers?
 

Marc mndt

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Personally, I never got really to warm to leather jackets in a denim jacket design. Of course that is everyone's own taste and matter...
Most of the type I / II leather jackets I've seen a so far were from Japanese makers which for some reason changed the proportions of the jacket, making it long and slim instead of short and boxy.
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The JL version looks a lot better imo because they got the proportions right.
 

HarryLime

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Most of the type I / II leather jackets I've seen a so far were from Japanese makers which for some reason changed the proportions of the jacket, making it long and slim instead of short and boxy.
The JL version looks a lot better imo because they got the proportions right.

Not sure how much it matters, but that particular FCL you posted is based off a Lee denim jacket, NOT the Levis 506XX Type 1. I have the FCL Richmond (which is the actual Type 1) and it's definitely short and not really all that slim.
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