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Discussion in 'Outerwear' started by Superfluous, Mar 14, 2017.

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    Theodoros must be the avatar of the Greek god of leather :)
     
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    He certainly is producing some great designs!
     
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    Aero Wayfarer in black Chromexcel, collected by a lucky customer from Pickings and Parry. Photos from their Instagram feed.

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    I still think that it'd be fun to get one of these with zip sleeves and hand warmer pockets, which would give it a seventies vibe. But I don't think that Aero would go with that.:)
     
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    Ha! Well, possibly not.... when I interviewed Ken a few months ago he told me that the Aero cut-off point is 1960, "because the sixties are when people started making crap." :D
     
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    @Edward I've heard similar comments from Ken in the past, and there don't seem to be many seventies leather jacket fanatics.

    I think that a lot of jackets from that era have questionable styling, and the construction can be poor. The Zig Zag one I posted a few days ago needs a bit of refinement to make it work, and the stitching doesn't look great.
     
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    If you draped yourself in rotten shredded beef and thin slices of deli meet which expired 8 years ago...you'd still be wearing a nicer jacket.
     
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    Love the name though...
    Reminds me of this place.
    No, no...yes!
     
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    Would buy
     
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    These go with every leather jacket and don't have you prancing around in high heels
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    Ohhhhh no. The new trends...people are starting to make vagrant style jackets now?
    If that's a jacket of course.....could be anything I supose.
     
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    Always wanted a very deep green jacket

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    Theodoros works are something special

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    I agree. Patch pockets aren't flattering at all. Were these slash handwarmers the midsection wouldn't look like an expecting mom hiding a watermelon. Sizing for this chap is way off too boot. Dude either needs to hit the bench press and fill that jacket out or size down about two digits.
     
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    I think it would be more like

    Yes, yes....yes!
     

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