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Leather Jackets: Post Pictures of the Best You've Seen/Owned?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by RatherAnOddball, Jul 17, 2008.

  1. steveoffice

    steveoffice Senior member

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    It's a bit too clean-looking for me, the BoO is exactly what I'm looking for
    I thought I was done with BoO until I tried that on, hopefully it will make it to sales. If you kop that in size 1, I keel u!
     
  2. coldcreep

    coldcreep Active Member

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    I tried on that BOO leather jacket at Confederacy the other day. It's beautiful. They're out of size 2 though. Don't think these are going to make it to being on sale. It's a great jacket.
     
  3. Kvc06

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    They have a non Barneys collab version?
     
  4. Binker

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    Binker, I think your test fit as pictured would work so much nicer with the jeans sagged an inch, and without the hightops, change to lowtops, so the jeans shift an inch closer to the ground visually. With a cropped jacket you need to have more midsection, so sagging plus a longer tee helps as well.

    yeah i see what you see, im a pretty top heavy guy to begin with but the sweater over the cropped jacket over slim stacked jeans really emphases it. part of the jeans issue is im filling them out a bit too much there. binge drinking + leg day troubles.
     
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    i think maybe i just don't like the epaulets on the stooges. also, that BoO bomber someone posted a couple pages back is nice, but still not as nice at ToJ. speaking of which, drew, what's the word on moto with bomber collar?
     
  6. Nazareth

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    i think maybe i just don't like the epaulets on the stooges. also, that BoO bomber someone posted a couple pages back is nice, but still not as nice at ToJ. speaking of which, drew, what's the word on moto with bomber collar?


    In what way? ToJ bombers are an eye-sore to say the least and I've yet to see someone actually pull it off without looking like they went through their signicificantly larger grandfathers WW2 memorabilia.

    Not related to your post but a bone I've been meaning to pick for a while, the Margiela five-zip is equally hideous.
     
  7. nerazzurri

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    In what way? ToJ bombers are an eye-sore to say the least and I've yet to see someone actually pull it off without looking like they went through their signicificantly larger grandfathers WW2 memorabilia.

    Not related to your post but a bone I've been meaning to pick for a while, the Margiela five-zip is equally hideous.


    so true [​IMG]

    I want a stooges[​IMG]
     
  8. thekunk07

    thekunk07 Senior member

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    disliking epaulets on a perfecto is like disliking meatballs and sauce with your speghetti and meatballs

    i think maybe i just don't like the epaulets on the stooges. also, that BoO bomber someone posted a couple pages back is nice, but still not as nice at ToJ. speaking of which, drew, what's the word on moto with bomber collar?
     
  9. nerazzurri

    nerazzurri Senior member

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    hey kunk what size are you in RO leathers?
     
  10. RFX45

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    I really loved the oiled calf used this season and you have to handle it 1st hand to notice the difference. It's a really substantial leather though and that might not be what some may be looking for in a leather.

    I thought this seasons Stooges are made of lamb?
     
  11. kvnknrd

    kvnknrd Senior member

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    [​IMG] anyone know what brand this is
     
  12. RFX45

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    Looks like something DSquared or D&G would come out with.
     
  13. nerazzurri

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    surely you jest.

    [​IMG]


    This would be absolutely perfect with cropped pants. even if you just chopped those jeans.
     
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    I thought I was done with BoO until I tried that on, hopefully it will make it to sales. If you kop that in size 1, I keel u!
    Don't worry [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] Look out for it in b&s in 2 weeks, sup jet? (10)
     
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    thekunk07 Senior member

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    not oiled.

    and i am an l or xl depending on model

    I thought this seasons Stooges are made of lamb?
     
  17. sshum

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    I think there might have been a stooges in lamb for Gleam but RO NYC has taken down all their previous pics. Kunk can probably verify. But there is definitely an oiled calf version which is what I own.
    I thought this seasons Stooges are made of lamb?
     
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    RFX45 Senior member

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    not oiled.

    and i am an l or xl depending on model


    How did you size yours? Just curious since I was set on getting a size small in the stooges but I keep seeing some measurements where p2p were 20"-21" on the size small and if that were the case, I'd probably go for the xs. The bomber I got was an xs and it was a perfect fit.
     
  19. sshum

    sshum Active Member

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    Both of mine are small. I'm a 48 shoulder and 46 body. The stooges is a little bigger than the high collar but that may be due to the fact that I've worn the stooges more and some stretching has taken place since I picked it up new from RO NYC.

    How did you size yours? Just curious since I was set on getting a size small in the stooges but I keep seeing some measurements where p2p were 20"-21" on the size small and if that were the case, I'd probably go for the xs. The bomber I got was an xs and it was a perfect fit.
     
  20. nerazzurri

    nerazzurri Senior member

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    How did you size yours? Just curious since I was set on getting a size small in the stooges but I keep seeing some measurements where p2p were 20"-21" on the size small and if that were the case, I'd probably go for the xs. The bomber I got was an xs and it was a perfect fit.

    whats your height and weight?

    I don't know if a medium would be too big for me
     

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