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Discussion in 'Outerwear' started by dan_t, Aug 8, 2015.
Alpinestars Brera on a warm sunny morning ride
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Perfect weather for B3 jacket, frost, minus 10 C and wind
I picked up a Rothco B-15 off the ‘Bay for $25. Makes a great “beater” jacket and it’s surprisingly warm! Very well made. Plenty of room for layering, especially when it’s zero degrees outside and you’re down in Antarctica (actually it’s New Jersey ).
I guess You sent excess snow from the US to Europe priority .Here now is snow armageddon Snow is sometimes yellow !! due to Sahara dust
Where is that ?
Grizzly jacket made by John Chapman at Goodwear Leather!
It showed up and I could not resist. I seldom see this rough out style from Mid-Western or most other Deerskin Sewers. Absolutely plain Jane, nothing fancy. Reminds me of the Japanese brand, Tenderloin. They use rough out like this in several styles..
You make everything look cool. Love it.
forgot to show this very practical closure. I wore this to the post office to mail a jacket to Arizona. Quite comfortable in the car on a very cold day. The inside of the jacket (smooth side) is rather striking. I will do a picture. The inner reminds me of leather from a 20s Cossack jacket..There is no dirt or particular wear on this jacket. The simple pattern turns the look into 1920s. Probably made in the 60s.
@Carlos840 wow that jacket fits incredibly! That pattern does look absolutely fantastic. That's not even my favorite style of jacket, but I do think it's one of your very best.
I haven't seen you, thought you might be in Antarctica breaking Ice, but NJ. Where did Admiral Byrd go? North or South? Did you know of the Admiral Byrd labeled jackets? You should have one. At least I find you a label.
Hey Terry! Thanks SO much my friend. It’s been a hectic time for me the past few months and most of my “new” acquisitions lately have been simple textile jackets off the ‘Bay. Nothing exotic or rare, just good utilitarian designs that I wear to work.
I’m not familiar with the Admiral Byrd labeled clothes, but I’m definitely intrigued! Byrd explored both the North & South Pole regions and made quite a name for himself over the years. Very cool that there’s a clothing label with his name.
Hope you’re doing well pal.
Blackened brown vicenza premier hwm whilst watching some John Woo flicks and throwing back High Lifes
Wow, hello from Russia! how long have you had this Niva? I wonder where you buy spare parts for it.
Now NIVA looks like this..
And a few more words about the niva in Russia, this car is also used for its intended purpose, it is very common in rural areas, as well as it is used by hunters and fishermen, but there are still a few tuning studios. there is also a modification of the Chevrolet niva, this is a slightly different car in appearance, but in the filling it is not much different from the first three-door..
let the mods forgive me for deviating from the thread..
oh no, it looks like old suzuki vitara now...
Very nice jacket and perfect fit in my opinion.