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Discussion in 'Outerwear' started by dan_t, Aug 8, 2015.
Again a business trip. This time with Aero Ridley, blackened brown Vicenza.
Hercules, Hercules, Hercules-
This Sears suede racer just showed up...
Thank you @MrProper!
This is a 1990's perforated Vanson. I think maybe it was called a Breeze...can't remember. I haven't worn it in years and will likely sell it. Almost new condition. Very functional for hot weather. You can feel the wind go right through it while having a layer of protection for summer riding.
IMG_5383 by Joshua Holland posted Sep 14, 2021 at 6:20 PM
Sitting here admiring the Sportclad.
Looks great on you. Thumbs up
Sooner or later I will also need a CR in rough out leather.
Himel Avro, these days
Cal CR. Love the scars on the front panel. For future reference, I found the handwritten size inside the right chest pocket.
That's the one I meant!
Mornings have been good. The rotation has kicked off...
What is it?
Schott 118. My bury me in it jacket
Over the summer I gave it a wash and dryer treatment aka "The Shrinki" method. I'm in between sizes on most Schotts and it was ok before, but a little loose here and there. It shrunk down about a half size and gave more of a fitted look, but there's still some room for a sweatshirt down the road. Love the full aniline leather. Everyone always talking about Shinki, Badalassi, CXL, etc. For my money, pound for pound, the Schott 100 series leather is amazing. Not good for moto riding probably in wet weather climates, but super soft, thick, pliable, tight graining, nice creases, matte finish, most comfortable jacket or definitely top 2 with the Vanson C2.
when you say business trip, I picture the kind where you get a secret coded message, carry a brief case, and have to do some "cleaning"
Hercules Steer. This jacket changed my perspective on early Sears and California Sportwear Company. It is amazing.
The California made jackets from the 40s are my favorites!
I figured he was a secret agent too.
Real McCoy’s Buco J-100