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Levis Menlo 1930s Leather Jacket Medium worn by Craig as 007 James Bond NWT

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by Returningson, Mar 18, 2013.

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  1. Returningson

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    Sep 17, 2010
    Fullerton, CA
    Levis 1930s MENLO Leather Jacket Size Medium

    Worn by Daniel Craig as James Bond 007 in Skyfall

    Also worn by Johnny Depp & Gabriel Macht & Tom Cruise

    Brand New with Original Tags and Bag

    Measurements (taken off of actual jacket laying flat)

    chest (armpit to armpit across front) 20.5 Inches

    Sleeve Length (Shoulder seam down arm to end of cuff) 26 Inches

    Backlength (base of collar seam down back) 25.5 Inches

    Shoulder seam to shoulder seam across back: 19 (which is responsible for that droopy shoulder look)

    2 Inches in waist side adjusters

    This authentic recreation from Levi's extensive archives is what Daniel Craig as James Bond wears in the new movie Skyfall. Tough, cool and timeless, just like 007.

    •100% sheepskin leather
    •Worn-in, supple, rugged
    •Ajustable waist tabs
    •Zippered front
    •2 front slash pockets
    •Limited edition
    Made in Italy

    This is the "thicker leather" version with the elongated sleeve length. Some later orders were made with a thinner leather and shoter sleeves.

    $900 Shipped via USPS Priority Mail with signature confirmation. Buyer pays additional fees.










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