Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by mrchariybrown, Sep 1, 2015.
That full placket looks awesome.
Edit: Nevermind, I think I found my answer.
Been enjoying my M1. Would love a wool coat.
Royal blue lamb DR1. I'm about 6'1 185 and I sized down a half-size to 49 for a tighter fit without much room for layering. Second picture is more accurate to the color, it's quite bright. The leather feels a bit thinner than my old TOJ moto, but I got rid of that one years ago so I could be remembering wrong. Anyway it should be perfect for spring/fall over a t-shirt or light sweater.
No veins anywhere but there is some silliness with the lining - as mentioned before the lapel snaps go through the lining; the hang loop is also sewn directly onto the lining, which makes it completely useless. To add to the debate, front-facing zippers are much more convenient and there's no problem wearing a watch if you leave the zips partially open.
Thank looks great. Would you mind posting a photo of the back. Thanks
sleeves are too short though
Calf suedes and lamb suedes!
Alright diesel blue calf suede available, only one more to go: quilting.
Have these issues been fixed for the current batches?
Wait what? Snaps still go through the lining? When did you place your order? Was it before or after this post?
I thought Charly said the previous occurrence was a mistake during production and was an isolated incident.
Daniel will probably switch the hang loop to be attached at the base of the collar. We need to make room for the logo anyways.
First time Daniel has seen it happen as in first time he's seen the snap rip through the lining like that.
I've also never witnessed a snap rip through the lining.
Okay I misunderstood your post. So current jackets will still be made with snaps through the lining. When will it be changed so it's under the lining? I placed my order under the assumption that it was no longer an issue.
do you guys actually hang your leather jackets
I hang mine on a wide suit hanger, works very well.
Why wouldn't you?
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