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Specific taste in leather jackets; Need help

Discussion in 'Menswear Advice' started by TheSnydaMan, Apr 4, 2016.

  1. TheSnydaMan

    TheSnydaMan New Member

    Apr 4, 2016
    So I've done my fair share of research and I do know that you can't get a decent leather jacket for cheap. That being said, I've set my price range at $200 minimum and $600 tops. My real problem here is that I have a very specific taste in styling when I'm spending anything more than $10 on clothing. I'm in love with this jacket http://jackets.cwmalls.com/fur-lined-mens-leather-jacket-cw819064.html. From what I understand, it's incredibly overpriced for the quality and outlet it's going through, and isn't a "quality" shearling jacket. I understand that a high-quality shearling would be in this price range.

    What I'm asking styleforum, is can anyone help me find something with this styling for a reasonable price from a quality brand? If I have to let go of the shearling intererior I will live, but I love the burgundy color and styling of this jacket. Thank you for your time,
  2. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member

    Mar 8, 2002
    Moscow, Idaho
    To get price, color, quality, and style, all together, is going to be tough. That said, the jacket you showed is a riff of a B-6 jacket. You can google that, or you can go for something from www.schottnyc.com, who do jackets in that shape regularly. Good luck

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