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Belstaff Jacket Question

argo_niko

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Hi guys,
this is my first post here on this forum. I have a picture of a belstaff jacket that i want to buy for my father from a seller.
The issue is that i dont know what the model is (neither does the seller), and the jacket is 15 years old. Im wondering how much the jacket is worth. Is anyone able to help me? The jacket is in pristine condition
 

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I also found this one, which is 2 years old and never worn. I cant find the models of these jackets, any help would be appreciated so that i know how much to pay for them. Thank you
 

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in order to know what im willing to pay for it, i need to know the model of the jacket. this is what i cant find
 

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That is a Belstaff Roadmaster, you can get them in different thicknesses and that one looks like a winter/fall thickness. I have a couple myself, they are really good jackets! sorry, just saw that the jacket only has one breast pocket, so i really dont know! But the overall fit looks like a roadmaster..
 
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Originally Posted by brnout
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That is a Belstaff Roadmaster, you can get them in different thicknesses and that one looks like a winter/fall thickness. I have a couple myself, they are really good jackets!

sorry, just saw that the jacket only has one breast pocket, so i really dont know! But the overall fit looks like a roadmaster..


Not sure mate I didn't think the Roadmaster's had the chest pocket logo ?
 

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First one is either a Roadmaster or a Trialmaster, I always get those two models mixed up. Mine appear identical but without the visible logo/branding on the chest pocket. The second looks very close to my New Cougar Blouson, but without the chest pockets.

Roadmasters or Trialmasters are fairly easy to come by, the leathers on the other hand nearly impossible.
 

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thank you for your help on narrowing down the styles, i will keep looking to get the exact models. but you helped me get on the right trail
 

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The current production Trialmasters have a slanted left breast pocket although I don't know if that's always been true.
 

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after looking everywhere, i still cant find the exact model (of the black jacket). nothing online, and i cant find the model by comparing on ebay or other such sites


its difficult because its a 15 years old jacket. It doesnt have a right breast pocket, which intrigues me becuase i havent seen another model like that.
this is my last ditch effort to see if someone much more knowledgable than me can tell me the exact model, with certainty.
Thanks again for all your help
 

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Originally Posted by argo_niko
I also found this one, which is 2 years old and never worn. I cant find the models of these jackets, any help would be appreciated so that i know how much to pay for them. Thank you

The brown jacket is a Belstaff Lion Blouson.
 

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Can't help you on the jackets. But if you were my kid and bought me USED coat ( or any used clothing ) for christmas or any reason. You're out of the F en will -- Had that when I was little kid -- never again.

Roger

There's only one thing that's good used -- and it has moist / fuzzy spot
 

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