Photos of cool jackets owned by others (non-brand specific)

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

  1. Gamma68

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  2. handymike

    handymike I'll Lock Up

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    What is this?
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  3. Gamma68

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    Graemsay Practically Family

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    LVC Safari Jacket, which is a cross between a Type III and a Norfolk jacket. It's a cousin of the Zig Zag leather I posted a few weeks ago, but the design is better resolved. More details and pictures at Heddels, Levi's, and Canoe Club.

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  5. Gamma68

    Gamma68 One Too Many

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    Don't know what this is, but I like:

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    Buco J-31, which is awesome. Just ¥550,000+TAX

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  6. Bushman

    Bushman My Mail is Forwarded Here

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    Whichever bomber Spielberg is wearing here on the set of The Lost World in 1996:
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  7. Jay "Sticks"

    Jay "Sticks" New in Town

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    Could be that the company gets shipments and runs done in different countries. The issue is if they claim one factory as the origin they stand to be called out if the next batch has a different origin label.. If they hold off on declareing where they were made they can pump a whole lot of crap out to consumers from a discount deal say 1000+ units from Pakistan or India for a hot market. While holding on to the premium factory (more costly) reputation.. We in North America see examples of this at Winners. Where Winners used to be about buying overstock and discounting it to consumers they now participate in direct to discount buys. Compromiseing packaging, detailing and product support, clone items are made for discount retail stores as a discount version of that item.. Sometimes my Dickies work pants are from Guatamala sometimes Honduras.. When they are from China they even feel different. I'm guessing those were a deal for Dickies. I paid the same sale price.. It's all in the profit margin for Dickies..
     
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  9. Superfluous

    Superfluous My Mail is Forwarded Here

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  10. barnabus

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    That's surely much too big?

    e: although saying that, it's still a great jacket and a cool look.
     
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  11. Monitor

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    The first two jackets are super cool! Just awesome.

    That dude, though... Really cool style but... See, what I don't understand, while this HWM is arguably a size too large, the one I had, which was closer to my size, didn't fit me nearly as good. I guess it's just not meant for me to wear this cool jacket. If I had one that fit like that, I'd be done.
     
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  13. ton312

    ton312 I'll Lock Up

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  14. dubpynchon

    dubpynchon Practically Family

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    I’m liking the look of that Schott horsehide, it looks a lot like some of my other horsehide jackets... but shinier and better... and with a less annoying zipper...
     
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  15. ai00344

    ai00344 One of the Regulars

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    The Schott HH is shiny and it takes a lot of wear to knock some of the newness out of it but once you do it’s beautiful stuff.
     
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  16. Monitor

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    Probably the nicest looking horsehide on the market, once broken in.

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    And a cool JC's.
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  17. ai00344

    ai00344 One of the Regulars

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    Agreed. CLX gets a lot of love on here, and rightfully so, but a well used Schott HH is a thing of beauty. Patience required however!
     
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  18. Harris HTM

    Harris HTM Practically Family

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    Totally agree (Schott fan boy here).
    Though the last Schott you posted is probably a steer one.
     
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  19. Monitor

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    Oh yeah, it is. I just posted it 'cause it's cool. :D
     
  20. roadking04

    roadking04 A-List Customer

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    I love the Schott perfecto. The shiny horsehide along with the shiny hardware make it the coolest looking jacket ever. An American legend. Best LOOKING biker/rocker/hoodlum jacket ever.
     

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