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Discussion in 'Outerwear' started by North_Star, Aug 25, 2020.
yes it is very similar to the pictures. But that can change with each batch, said Greg.
What is the thickness of the SB Sheepskin?
Aero CR - FQHH - almost 8 years old but has seen very little wear up till now
SB offers their B-3 Jackets in 25mm and 15mm. I would say in my jacket a B-6 was used a 15mm sheepskin.
My vegtan cow so far, 3 months (I got it early June I think) stay at home covid light wear, only once i rode bike in it, couldnt remember to where either petrol station or atm, i tank up once the last 6 months both for car and bike... green living alright.
The Tale of Two California Sportswear jackets, around the same time frame 50s, identical California Chrome Tanned Steerhide labels. No idea the significance of such a statement
This size 40 is unworn. I believe it is a factory second, very obvious stiching issues and mis-labeled. This jacket actually fits on me like a size 46+
The Well worn is just that I suppose.
One Worn-One Unworn
Same leather Same production time, same jacket front with different back and trim. Sorta a before and after.
The unworn one would probably be TFL members jackets 50-80 years from now lol
Love how jackets age well like this. The well worn one looks gorgeous.
My new GW Arcadia Shinki has some nice grain and mixed panels.
I had a single pocket J-P27 Your is the only other one I have seen
How about a bit of shearling, don't think we've had any yet.
SB Shinki. Looks and feels like my 50s Cal. Awesome.
Aero Premier Highwayman
Heavy CXL Steerhide
Now that's special....
There it is! Been waiting to see it again @Angel.
My Johnson Leathers M-200 in Brown Naked Cowhide. The jacket has a particular grainy patina in the elbows and throughout. I’ve been caught riding in many rainstorms on my way back from the Beach through the Pine Barrens Forests of New Jersey.
Killer grain on that Shinki leather
1940 Sears Topline