That's very true. And the thing is, once something becomes mainstream, information becomes deluded and frankly, nobody but a handful of people like us really cares. When TFL was made, it was about 50's fashion but this is a style that has seen a couple of revivals in the past 10 years and had since became very mainstream, to the point of becoming a general street style, now mixed with whatever else that was popular and has survived and... Well, people in general don't really care about the history of what they wear. Good info on this clothes is scarce and limited only to TFL, VLJ and StyleForum, on occasion. While Reddit is usually a great source of information on anything, I can't say I have read much there about vintage jackets that was actually very useful, if at all. Tik Tok, Instagram, Youtube even... While majority of people seek their fit/style, nobody on any on these platforms really cares for the same thing we here do and that's okay. Frankly, to this day I'm still trying to understand what is it that's so alluring about old-ass clothes, especially the kind I've actually no connection with but... That said, I often see guys walking around in cuffed jeans and sherpa truckers nowadays and they got the look right. 50's kind of right, not the 80's/90's denim look which, while not without its charms could not have possibly be any more divorced from the 50's style.