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Well shit, I the pics don’t seem to have anything cut off so I guess there it is but why the heck have the belt loops on the jacket if the belt was never thereIts been available at other retailers like Rivet and Hide (https://www.rivetandhide.com/shop/brands/fine-creek-leathers/fine-creek-leathers-leon-custom-2mm-horsehide-jacket.html?___store=eu_en). I guess it's a custom custom Leon.
The most important thing is that you're happy mate! Wear it in good health!
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maybe these days, but mods-as-new has been around a long time - think of cutting the arms off a type 3 denim jacket to make a vest, etc. those things were - often enough - done to a brand new garmentCutting off epaulettes is really no different than stone washing or ripping jeans in the factory. It’s artificial aging before retail and definitely not for everyone.
Well the things is that this really isn't a case of artificial aging since the jacket is brand new and unworn everywhere else. The comparison to predistressed jeans, where the whole garment is made to look worn, doesn't really hold.Cutting off epaulettes is really no different than stone washing or ripping jeans in the factory. It’s artificial aging before retail and definitely not for everyone.
Nice. If only the beauty of brown jackets were not lost on so many posters here. I just happen to find the wear marks on brown to be much more appealing than on black. That's my personal opinion, though. Enjoy it.