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What Jacket Are You Wearing Today?

Jin431

Call Me a Cab
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Bay Area CA
I've been largely away from here lately... been a bit busy...
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I am technically wearing a jacket in these photos, plus hopefully the car is cool enough for me to post these photos :)
congrats, you guys look very happy. lovely photos, thanks for sharing!
 

Yamahana

Practically Family
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517
Location
Buckeye, Arizona
I've been largely away from here lately... been a bit busy...
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I am technically wearing a jacket in these photos, plus hopefully the car is cool enough for me to post these photos :)
Congrats and Best Wishes there Dude. I’ve always liked the vintage style you’ve embraced in your wardrobe.
Words of wisdom from 42 years of marriage it’s 4 little magical words not 3..
“YOU’RE PROBABLY RIGHT DEAR”
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Coriu

One Too Many
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1,100
Location
Virginia
I laugh when I hear people say "old guys don't look cool" in leather jackets. Some may not realize that the old guy not acting his age may be one of the original "guys in leather jackets."

Last week, Brigadier General Charles McGee celebrated has 102nd birthday. Born in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1919, he is one of the last living members of the legendary Tuskegee Airmen, an all African-American military aviation group which flew and fought with great distinction during World War II. He was stationed in Italy with the 302d Fighter Squadron of the 332d Fighter Group, flying his first mission on Valentine’s Day 1944.

He served for more than 30 years and flew a total of 409 combat missions in World War II, Korea, and Vietnam, one of the highest combat totals and one of the longest active-duty careers by any Air Force fighter pilot in history.

Gen. McGee faced much discrimination during his time in service, but fought for his country with honor and dignity. He has spent a lifetime inspiring others with his wisdom, goodness, and mentorship for all people to live up to their potential and to help make our communities, our country, and this world a better place.

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Rawky

One of the Regulars
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112
Location
Plymouth, UK
Thanks Gents, I was a few backyard beers in at this point and got Lucky with a decent pic



this happens to be a size 44 in lieu of my normal size 48 so down 2 sizes. It fits and I love it but I think a 46 would be slightly better for me. So yes size down 1 while hitting your desired measurements in all areas

Yeah, I'm normally a 38, but even their 34's seem a tad too big. Especially the sleeves. It's always the damn sleeves with me. :(

Thanks though. I appreciate your response.
 
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