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post #8821 of 11831
is that a knit cuff on top of leather? uhoh.gif
post #8822 of 11831

 

The Schott I ordered came in early, fits like a fucking glove.
Going to make it matte black. With rubbing it down with some rubbing alcohol to remove the shine, then with some leather honey to re-moisture it from the alcohol. 

post #8823 of 11831
are you sure rubbing leather with alcohol is a good idea?
post #8824 of 11831
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Originally Posted by sinnedk View Post

are you sure rubbing leather with alcohol is a good idea?

 

Nope. lol Ill of course test it first. 

post #8825 of 11831
looking forward to how this turns out. good luck
post #8826 of 11831
einstine just wear it instead - it'll dull down



that AP jacket is too busy - the zipper flaps frown.gif. the one Ink is selling is a lot cooler

edit: oh jeez it's the same one - worse lighting, didn't notice!
Edited by BreezyBirch - 10/13/13 at 8:49pm
post #8827 of 11831
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Originally Posted by sinnedk View Post

are you sure rubbing leather with alcohol is a good idea?

def an interesting one, not even sure what a matte leather jacket would look like. could be great, could be atrocious...kinda like matte in general
post #8828 of 11831

Im hopping I will be able to make it like this. Removing the shine of leather jackets seem to be pretty common on the web, lots of DIY guides out there. Ill post pictures of it them, not sure when ill go about doing it.

post #8829 of 11831
I need to find the cream to turn a calfskin Scott into a shearling
post #8830 of 11831
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Originally Posted by einstine View Post

Nope. lol Ill of course test it first. 

i am not a fan of DIY outcomes and i'd recommend just taking the jacket to a cobbler and finding out what they can do
post #8831 of 11831

Don't do it einstine.

post #8832 of 11831
Why not do it?

Just research a bit and buy the appropriate products.
post #8833 of 11831
post #8834 of 11831
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Originally Posted by sinnedk View Post

i am not a fan of DIY outcomes and i'd recommend just taking the jacket to a cobbler and finding out what they can do

I took my 5-zip to a cobbler to get it vibrammed. Turned out really well. I'll post pics later.
post #8835 of 11831

so you can walk on your shoulders even during the colder seasons I assume? :laugh:


Edited by kindofyoung - 10/8/13 at 11:20am
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