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Discussion in 'Outerwear' started by dan_t, Aug 8, 2015.
Cool autumn day perfect for naked cowhide Schott 141.
Have a great Halloween everyone. [emoji316]
Your jackets all fit you so perfectly well! They look great on you!
But I'm wondering about one thing: why don't they show any creases, especially on the sleeves? The shinki should be showing them after wearing it a week or so.
The Steinbeck is my favourite and I would love to see photos of it in sun light or natural light conditions at least.
Casehopper, the BK G-1 Ciano combo is awesome! It's definitely my favourite on you. The colours and the overall look rule!
Jaime, your A-2 is super cool! And the look with those cargos is perfect!
I am sitting here typing wearing a 15(ish) year old Eastman Rough B3, mainly because it is a comfy jacket to watch tv in and lovely to doze off while trying to watch the PBS series Prohibition. I have seen the series before though, its just that I like to look at all the hats and stuff the people of the era were wearing.
That Himel Canuck is a thing of beauty. I want one of those, just as I want a Freewheeler's Brakeman jacket. I cannot justify either purchase, though, as I have too many jackets and currently live in Hong Kong, where, if I am lucky, it might be cold enough for me to wear a jacket for two months.
Obviously, I have to move.
Getting some wear in on my Star Sportswear A-2 repro today . This A-2 was made by our forum's own Steve S (Greatest Generation Clothing Co)....
I think the cat digs it too.
Nah, I'd say he's more impressed with the shoes. Doesn't strike me as an A2 type, anyway.
It's an A2 and shades kind of a day!
Made by Julie Leitch at Aero Leathers.
The belt is by Warpath of Detroit.
Back view. These are some Bronson Neustadter jeans from China.
Heavy denim and a wide 1890's cut....
Today my leather peacoat from Lost Worlds
Great great leather peacoat!!
Canadian made Thunderbay. Checking out a new edition. More to come on that one.
Oh boy.....that must be heavy!!!
The funny thing is it's no more heavy than my Aero Sheene. If I knew it was going to be this lightweight I would have order it a little bit longer.
That goatskin is quite something.
Hmmmm... I think that I like that jacket facing you. Website??
The Coat would go well in that open cockpit Aircraft. I'll be getting it ready. A bit of a story that has not yet ended. Just a bit of a twist. It is stunning.
Today it's cold outside... so I switch my leather peacoat for my WWII peacoat to keep me warm.
Bill Kelso G1 again