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Discussion in 'Outerwear' started by dan_t, Aug 8, 2015.
Lol we will never know but I’d like to think I would have but
Star G-1 doing stats homework. Sleeve ride-up immense.
Double breasted jacket in blue drill by Old Town.
Like this, but worn better by the model!
finally I'm on my way out of this flu, going to go watch avenger
At the bank earlier.. This jacket IS going to evolve
^^^ The sperm bank?
All kidding aside I'm jelly of that jacket.
Lols. That would have been a more productive afternoon
What hide is that? Lovely!
Amazing!!! Man that's just incredible. I love that pattern.
Lost Worlds J23 with shorts this morning, you know it's getting warmer.
Looking forward to my 4.5oz Suburban
@handymike it's horsehide. I'll get a thread up soon
@ton312 it's my favourite pattern too, obviously. Man, I think you should try that 42 goatskin cos who knows when we'll see one like that again. It may just be the jacket thst cures you of crosszips!
@Hh121 bro ,being unfaithful to that J23 is a crime
I suspect you are right man...I really love the front yolk and twin chest zips. To me this is the ultimate half-belt.
The 42 goatskin on the GW site has been sold, though not to me.
It sure has...
Darkblue-stone type III on bicycle.
On the subject of Addict. I stumbled on maybe my best find ever. Addict AD-01 in a charity shop, blue horsehide.
I won't tell you what I paid but I wondered what you guys thought of the fit? I'm between a 40 and 38, this is 38.
As an aside, it's actually signed by the Artic Monkeys (seems to be) and Alex Turner had one the same, so I'm wondering...Anyone who knows about memorabilia give me a shout! Thanks bc
Sounds like it's Chicago bound..
I want to know what charity shops you go to now! Damn! What a find! These jackets looks so good, in fact better than the originals LL, but are too pricey...
It’s a snug fit but it looks good.
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Thanks mate - it's the horsehide! Honestly I think it might be his jacket, see the pics, it was bought in Swiss Cottage, London.