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Discussion in 'Outerwear' started by dan_t, Aug 8, 2015.
Mister Freedom Trailblazer shirt / jacket that I just picked up from their headquarters...
Looking good @konadog and just so happens that after my evening in the snow ..
Bottling home brew, Honey Blonde ale, at Gallagher's "Where You Brew" Vanson Highwayman
Terry if you have other good deerskin please let me know
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Schott 637 steerhide in Fremantle Western Australia at breakfast this morning 8.15AM. 16C temperature
Alongside my 2017 Chevy LS3 engine Holden Commodore , one of the last built Australian GM cars
Model name "Holden Commodore Motorsport edition Redline SS V8".
I know this is a "jacket" thread but the car is in the shot.
I'm going to make a thread dedicated to the sleeve shortening process soon given that it's not something done all that often. I'm very happy with the results overall, though. @Maverickson did a fantastic job!
Good Wear Imperial
No pockets on back. Missing a snap in liner.
Cold Leith weather necessitates the very stable genius of the unimpeachable Aero Bootlegger.
It was 5f when i left the house today. I wore a trendy brand down parka.... and then, depression set in.
It will be 21 this evening. USN peacoat for redemption.
Nice. Still surprised I haven’t seen you around auld reekie, I’ve got an eye out. No creep
Lookin' good! Franco Canadian bros!
Art Fawcett hat and Freewheelers jacket
A little snow in HoosierLand.....
It is so bloody warm here this year that I have not had much chance to put on a jacket. I did put on a Wrangler 11mj on a couple of occasions (with a tee underneath and the jacket sleeves rolled up). On another occasion I walked out of the house wearing a leather jacket but ended up carrying the jacket in my duffel the whole day.
Fits you 10/10. That's how you wear a cross zip.
I tend to drink in Leith but occasionally head into city centre for a daunder. I'm always in a leather jacket obvs. Stop me if you see me. Happy Burns night friend
Goodwear B6 today 4°F outside.