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Sorry for the late reply. I couldn't find the pics I saved of the Incarnation I was referring to at the time of posting, and realized I saved the original posters photos somewhere else.

Perhaps I am the minority that don't dig this?? If I have to gripe, I wish it were a bit shorter.

I can't get hold of the seller as the jacket is now sold, but if anyone can shed light on year and model this is, please post. Thanks in advance.






I don't like that at all, but the one I have for sale is pretty conventional in comparison. In the end I may just keep it in case I ever decide to go slim over muscular, but I hate that is is just sitting in my closet.

I am thinking a CCP scarstitch if I can get one large enough.
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shit son that is cool

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I used to own that incarnation, quite nice. It's been produced a couple seasons starting 2014ss
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incarnation is cool shit... on occasion they release some cringeworthy jackets but for the most part i like what they do. Backlash is another japanese maker thats very interesting and are similar to incarnation.
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Stylistically there are a lot more trad than most of the stuff in this thread, but I stopped by a Burberry store this weekend, and they just rolled their SS16 stuff in. The nubuck on this field jacket:

 

 

and the suede on this one:

 

were both some of the best I've ever felt. Then again, the suede jacket is something like $4500, so it'd sure better be.

 

Their washed lamb on their biker, on the other hand, was a bit underwhelming.

 

 

Regarding Incarnation, is all their stuff super stiff right off the bat? Or does it depend on the leather and the treatment?

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Originally Posted by Callusing View Post
 

Stylistically there are a lot more trad than most of the stuff in this thread, but I stopped by a Burberry store this weekend, and they just rolled their SS16 stuff in. The nubuck on this field jacket:

 

 

and the suede on this one:

 

were both some of the best I've ever felt. Then again, the suede jacket is something like $4500, so it'd sure better be.

 

Their washed lamb on their biker, on the other hand, was a bit underwhelming.

 

 

Regarding Incarnation, is all their stuff super stiff right off the bat? Or does it depend on the leather and the treatment?

1) Prorsum suede jackets feel incredibly lux.  Not for me, but they are nice

2) The feel of Incarnation jackets depends a lot on the leather with which they are made.

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Looks really good from the front

 

and then I saw the back (Click to show)
 
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Valstarino bomber. Thoughts?

 


 

Moar (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

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Looks really good from the front
 

 

and then I saw the back (Click to show)

Dude, really? Built in backpack and gnarly laces, thats its best side! I'm not into the hood, but where is it from?

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Dude, really? Built in backpack and gnarly laces, thats its best side! I'm not into the hood, but where is it from?

http://let-it-be-clothing.blogspot.com/2012/12/jelado-east-west-conntry-comfortsmoke.html

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Dude, really? Built in backpack and gnarly laces, thats its best side! I'm not into the hood, but where is it from?

Nigel Cabourn designed a parka like that with Karrimor last season. I think it works better in a non-leather.



Best "Bag-Garment" award still goes to the Pilko Pump Pants tho

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I tried to draw some racer style jacket yesterday, and totally lost at pockets configuration :lookaround:

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I tried to draw some racer style jacket yesterday, and totally lost at pockets configuration :lookaround:

 

chest pockets as the 3rd and 4th sketches on the first line never look good.  

 

Also, it looks like you have opted for the racing shirt style?  Wh not a straight hem, which is much more common and easily recognizable in cafe racer styles, which many of the other elements look to be consistent with.  But yes, you have a variety of pocket configuratios there, some of withc are more "racer", and at least one of which is more commonly seen in "civilian" bomber jackets.

 

Is this for some sort of project?

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Is this jacket too big? thinking about selling and getting a smaller sized version from falcon garments or something... advice?

 

Full album: http://imgur.com/a/P6Xrx

 

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I'll admit, I often feel utterly out of step with modern silhouettes, but imo too long.

I like a leather jacket to just cover the top button of my 501s. I try to find a boxy cut and size down.
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