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Discussion in 'Outerwear' started by dan_t, Aug 8, 2015.
In fact, it immediately catches the eye
Great riding jacket.
Vintage padded Bates cafe w/ collar, c. 1960’s. Been wearing this one around the house with the a/c on full blast. The presumed steerhide has some nice grain throughout.
Got this size 40 today and it fits! Had no idea. Beautiful leather in Steerhide. Excellent condition overall. Way too Hot to go outside for pics.
Sugarcane 1953, Self Edge version, with absolutely no break in, haha. Budapest had an off day that got down to 20 celsius and knew I had to take the chance to wear it.
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Iron Heart 101J. And yeah, that's triple denim right there.
Ooh the trifecta! There's plenty enough difference in the colour/fading/wear of the each item that it doesn't look wrong, not to my eye anyway Monitor.
I can't see it. What are you talking about?
I mean pocket design
Thedi canvas shawl collar
Langlitz rocks all day and night!
Neat! Any chance you have other pictures of this? A shawl collar is the only jacket really catching my eye at the moment and the Thedi is the front runner at the moment. Never would have thought to do canvas, but it's definitely piqued my interest. That would help it fill more holes in the arsenal.
Great fit, you're pushing me closer to the Iron Heart denim camp. Must resist...
I have two now- you will not regret
Classic black, half-long trench.
Avoid! Otherwise, you'll quit on leather jackets and you wouldn't want that to happen! Thanks!
Here’s few pics. This was a special order, the standard version is made of olive military canvas. I also asked Theo to make it unlined. The standard version has lining in sleeves. Both canvas and leather has been subtly aged with Theo’s top secret methods. As usual, Thedi’s stiching and detailing is flawless!
I might imagine any mechanic from any garage from 30s wearing jacket like this in those nice days, love the style, the pattern and the implementation. Very charismatic jacket from Theodoros, the work is superb!