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Aero. Merry Christmas.

 

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Looks great, Merry Christmas.
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Aero. Merry Christmas.

 

 

Nice. This is how you should be wearing your leather jacket.

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Nice. This is how you should be wearing your leather jacket.

Agreed. Perfect fit! +1

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Craftsman Clothing is here to greet everyone here a MERRY X'MAS!

Here's a little sneak peak of what we do...

More info will be releasing soon...

STAY TUNED!

 

 

Look, I get the whole workwear thing is trendy right now, but damn son, could you have picked a more generic company name? What do you produce, tools? Park benches? Or clothing? Maybe you manage the guys standing around outside Home Depot. I dunno. But c'mon man, try for a little bit more of a personal and inspired name.

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Yeah like Understatesman Clothing. It's clever, inspired/inspiring, and very understated
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that margiela looks quite good here.

 

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What jacket is this?

 

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ralph lauren.

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So, the wadding in one of my DRs is freaking hot as hell (it's some kind of incredible synthetic material that is seriously insulating). Is there anyway easy way to get rid of it without destroying the fit of the jacket? 

 

Thx.

 

I've been thinking a bit more about this... The jacket has a diamond quilted lining (like the one shown the LL jacket below has), so I guess I could get rid of all the wadding by just opening up the lining and undo all the quilting seams. Is this a good idea or a terrible one? The thing I am worried about the most is that the fit of the jacket will be dramatically changed...

 

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With the 30% off Deal Flyer coupon, these Golden Bear leather jackets were about $160.  They've sold out of a few sizes (I ordered the last black size large last night), but, if you can find one in your size, it seems like a lot of jacket for the price.

 

 

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I've been thinking a bit more about this... The jacket has a diamond quilted lining (like the one shown the LL jacket below has), so I guess I could get rid of all the wadding by just opening up the lining and undo all the quilting seams. Is this a good idea or a terrible one? The thing I am worried about the most is that the fit of the jacket will be dramatically changed...

 

 

 

I had a similar lining in a motorcycle jacket that made it too damn hot to wear most of the time. I took it into a specialist leather clothing repairer and asked if it could be removed somehow, I thought it would be a simple enough job but they didn't want a bar of it, too much work apparently and as you implied, it would alter the fit etc.

 

They didn't elaborate any further but for a store that specialises in repairs to turn down the job.....there must be a pretty good reason?

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I had a similar lining in a motorcycle jacket that made it too damn hot to wear most of the time. I took it into a specialist leather clothing repairer and asked if it could be removed somehow, I thought it would be a simple enough job but they didn't want a bar of it, too much work apparently and as you implied, it would alter the fit etc.

 

They didn't elaborate any further but for a store that specialises in repairs to turn down the job.....there must be a pretty good reason?

 

Yup, I guess they would know. Thanks for the input.

 

@LA Guy and @ChrisGold - any experience with this kind of mod? Any ideas?

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I've been thinking a bit more about this... The jacket has a diamond quilted lining (like the one shown the LL jacket below has), so I guess I could get rid of all the wadding by just opening up the lining and undo all the quilting seams. Is this a good idea or a terrible one? The thing I am worried about the most is that the fit of the jacket will be dramatically changed...

 

Taking out the liner will alter the fit dramatically. There will be a lot less structure and a lot more room through the entire body, possibly a full size worth, and not necessarily uniformly, since grading between sizes  is not linear (for example, a typical size 44 is not just a size 40x1.1 in all dimensions, that only happens with... Shaq).  My adviceL leave the liner in and wear the thing during winter. 

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Taking out the liner will alter the fit dramatically. There will be a lot less structure and a lot more room through the entire body, possibly a full size worth, and not necessarily uniformly, since grading between sizes  is not linear (for example, a typical size 44 is not just a size 40x1.1 in all dimensions, that only happens with... Shaq).  My adviceL leave the liner in and wear the thing during winter. 

 

Yeah, I've thought about that too... It's just so unfortunate to have a nice leather that you can only wear when its really cold outside. And honestly, when it gets that cold, I prefer coats anyway. Maybe I'll just have to sell it then. Too bad.

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