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Brooks Leather Cafe Racer Jacket, Made in Detroit, USA, size 42

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by guygardner, Nov 8, 2012.

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  1. guygardner

    guygardner Senior member

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    Feb 19, 2010
    Made in Detroit by Brooks! Very cool and classic Cafe Racer Motorcycle Jacket. This jacket is made of thick, quality steerhide leather and features action back for easy movement despite being a slim-fitting jacket. The vintage is 1960s-1970s. The jacket has TALON zippers, Arm zippers, hoop zippers for the hand-warmer pockets and two side belts to adjust for the proper fit. All zippers, belts and buckles in great working shape. Lining is a dark cotton drill, in excellent shape. Jacket is missing zip-in winter lining.

    Everything is working and there are no tears, holes or stains. The jacket is developing a nice patina around the edges of the pockets, shoulders and back. This is a very rare color for this kind of jacket, a really nice light brown/tan. Very 60s! Tag marked 42, but these jackets are slim-fitting so check measurements before buying. ASKING $200 SHIPPED IN USA and CANADA.


    Shoulder to shoulder: 18 inches
    Chest from armpit to armpit across the front: 21.5 inches
    Length from bottom of collar to hem: 24 inches
    Sleeves, from shoulder to cuff: 26 inches

    Please contact me for shipping rates if you live outside of Canada or the USA.

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