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Discussion in 'Outerwear' started by aswatland, Jan 18, 2009.
^ Love the second jacket
Late 1940s Sport Jack
1940s horsehide aviator
Not leather, but fit better here than the short wool jackets thread.
^ Dig that denim Imperial.
That example of the original late 1930s Monarch half belt I started with.
Then what was to become a goat hide Monarch half belt.
This jacket is sweet.
Are you also the maker of the button-up one on VLJ?
**because of this jacket I withdraw my earlier comment about half-belts not having shoulder gussets- they look fine**
Late '30s-early '40s
Meant to post this a while back. Knopf made, buttery soft and flawless chrome seal goatskin, brass Talon zippers. Exterior is mint, light green lining is better than decent. The overall jacket is just money (collar has the flare I've been pining for).
...and it's too small, so you're gonna send it South, right?
Fortunate for me, this one's one the big side
No it is too big and sending it North!
Haha!! I'll definitely keep you in mind, sir!
You know I'm a Goat herder!
Fit pics! The leather looks fantastic.
1930s horsehide two-tone halfbelt, cotton check liner. Provenance unknown. My guess is American.
Fabulous...The half-belt looks quite narrow and shorter than most
Absolutely lovely Bret.