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I think he's more my size than yours...

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Too big to buy sinnedk jackets, too small to buy moo jackets. :brick:


I'm probably closer to you, Moo--about a slim Large/US42.

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Dammit you guys are making me think I need more than one leather jacket in Southern California.
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Originally Posted by Distorbiant View Post

Too big to buy sinnedk jackets, too small to buy moo jackets. baldy%5B1%5D.gif


I'm probably closer to you, Moo--about a slim Large/US42.

damn.... what re you looking for i'll keep an eye out
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My experience with the skin hub leather.com or KGN whatever they are called is nothing but scam and they come by the name Indian tannery on ebay too. Buyers beware of them or websites with such made to measure leather apparel on eBay originating from that part of the world. I figured when you placed your order from my experience and a whole lot of people, they just send you whatever they want and all attempt to reach them afterwards to get an explanation is a failure.
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Mr. Moo, beautiful jacket. Is it the M-200?
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If you wear a US 42 in suit jackets get a 54 in RO--for any 2013/2014 leathers.


Thanks v. much. That helps a lot. One last question on RO. I've read conflicting things about the quality of his leathers. I read somewhere that the spring/summer collection is generally not as durable as the fall/winter jackets. Is there any truth to that?

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Thanks v. much. That helps a lot. One last question on RO. I've read conflicting things about the quality of his leathers. I read somewhere that the spring/summer collection is generally not as durable as the fall/winter jackets. Is there any truth to that?

quality is all over the place, i'd opt for a fw model because they tend to be heavier but even with that being said my ro is 2.2lbs, fw and is pretty warm so no complaints. Moo's is like 8 lbs, also fw and warm.

with RO the design is > quality IMO...

my intarsia was pretty nice as well, granted the leathers of in my experience have not been as thick as say a custom jacket but to tell you the truth idk if i want another stiff jacket in my life.
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Originally Posted by sinnedk View Post


quality is all over the place, i'd opt for a fw model because they tend to be heavier but even with that being said my ro is 2.2lbs, fw and is pretty warm so no complaints. Moo's is like 8 lbs, also fw and warm.

with RO the design is > quality IMO...

my intarsia was pretty nice as well, granted the leathers of in my experience have not been as thick as say a custom jacket but to tell you the truth idk if i want another stiff jacket in my life.


Thanks a lot sinnedk. Maybe I'll wait for fw...

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Thanks a lot sinnedk. Maybe I'll wait for fw...

check http://forwardforward.com and http://www.spenceclothing.com/store/men/rick-owens/ they have ro for good prices and of course stylezeitgeist classifieds
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I really want Moo's stooges jacket.

 


I'd hunt down a SZ-type leather but I dont think my wardrobe can support it. At least the stooges and intarsia are pretty wearable. 

 

 

 

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I really want Moo's stooges jacket.

 

?

 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/356455/rick-owens-leather-jacket-stooges-oiled-calf-size-xl

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My rick jacket is starting to feel a little dry (not sure if right word) after getting it wet in a drizzle. It's oiled calf and it doesn't feel as soft as it used to, also lost a bit of its shine. What's the best way to go about conditioning it? I got some lanolin oil... just rub a bit of it in all over?
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Is that the same season?

 

I'm a little cautious. That seller doesn't have any of his own pics--those were taken from another person's listings on stylezeitgeist.

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