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Discussion in 'Outerwear' started by dan_t, Aug 8, 2015.
Ex-wife (to me): 'Why do you never agree with me?'
Me: 'Because then we'd both be wrong.'
Was just dropping an easy marriage joke. Around here the livins easy.
Newest Edition to my new line of leather.
This Italian BLUE Leather from TIJUANA, MEXICO for.....$130. Incredible deal.
I had not done a video for my youtube channel so I just grabbed a jacket off the rack. Turns out a late 40s JC Penney Sportclad jacket.
I've got another like new jacket from this era with the original color dark brown finish. I'll have to compare them.
My 1960s unlined Langlitz Cascade. I was all set to sell it after convincing myself it was too big and no lining was too weird, but after wearing it this last week, I realized I love it. Its a keeper.
Faded Levi's Type 3
@Radz108 Your pics are always so artistic! Great job!
Cal Leather Horsehide CHP
@technovox,fits perfect. I really like this jacket.
1938 gw Hercules, seal brown.
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Yesterday I sweat my ass off power washing my porch. Today it’s about 30 degrees colder and I have the heat back on. Aero 50’s Halfbelt, repaired sleeve, dreadnought cordovan steer. Paired with some horrible diesel jeans b/c my heavies are hang dry’n.
Nice jacket and nice truck!
Beautiful colour and superb shape
I wussed out of riding today as the forecast looked ropey, so I'm in my Type II.
Of course then the weather is actually glorious and the traffic was rubbish and I'm fed up I wasn't on the bike.
I haven’t been a huge fan of cross-zip jackets, until now...
1940s Ralphs-Pugh Patrol Jacket:
It needs some repairs and resto-work, but I think it might be worth fixing this one up.
Thanks, I love the jacket, but I really love my truck, I'm getting 450 hp to the rear wheels!
@handymike .. looking good, definitely worth the time to fix-er up
Nice! Is it Steerhide?
Here is mine in Steer. They do have a Flair.
This is perfect bro. High approval rating.
By “flair” I think you must mean...the best collar EVER, and a fantastic fit!
I love the almost 3” drop in front. It also has D-pocket stitching like on the Block-bilt jackets. Yes, I believe they only did steerhide. I’m pretty sure that’s what mine is.