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Discussion in 'Outerwear' started by dan_t, Aug 8, 2015.
That is absolutely spectacular! Where did you find it!?!
It came from @technovox who bought it from some guy in the boonies. A real “barn find,” it even had straw in the pockets.
They did horsehide too.
The Steerhide shows up more often.
They do have a very nice tailored fit.
I didn’t know that. Thanks Terry!
Its jegging season temp wise, but damn this pants feel flimsy, just found a perfect use for that blue + beige canvas belt I rarely use.
Love the fit! Looks like it was tailored just for you. Can't wait to see how it turns out...Enjoy!
LW test? Looks good!
At the ass end of May we shouldn’t be wearing jackets! Tomorrow looks cold too.
We had snowstorms today here in Colorado.
GW 23380. Got it a little wet last night in the rain. Sexiest collar ever.
I’d take the refund and move on. It’s not like it’s your sole jacket.
True but it is my soul jacket. This hide ...it can’t be duplicated. In almost 15 years of collecting Aero...it’s the only one of its kind I’ve encountered. True 4.5 maybe even 5oz mega steer.
Keep it. And do so because it's not perfect which means your expectations are no longer an important part of the enjoyment you get wearing it. It doesn't need to be pristine and fawned over, it can we worn and trashed. This is a jacket you can let your kid wear because it has so much of yourself and history in it. The cut is just a story that will always be part of the history of this jacket.
Superb jackets. Very nice design on both. I want one now.
Olive cotton fieldjacket by Camel Active.
1970s TT Leathers CR, made in England:
Indeed. After my repair and a couple of days of wear it’s all but forgotten. In other words:
My long awaited Lost Worlds CHP arrived today and I couldn’t be happier.
This beast weighs in at almost 10 pounds but it feels pretty comfortable right out of the box. The horsehide is thicker than that of any other jacket I own with the possible exception of my vintage Cal Leathers CHP.
I’m quite pleased with the fit, especially knowing that it will only improve as the jacket settles in and softens up a bit.