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Mr. Freedom Mulholland Master - Brown - 40

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by sonicreducer, Jan 13, 2012.

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  1. sonicreducer

    sonicreducer Senior member

    Jul 6, 2009
    really hate to part with this, but i simply don't wear it enough to justify having it. copy straight from self edge:

    "The MF S/c “Speed Safe” clothing Fall 2009 collection includes an original cotton rider’s jacket: The “Mulholland Master”, taking it’s name from one of Los Angeles favorite Highway for motorcycle riders and automotive speedsters and cruisers.

    The MF S/c “MULHOLLAND MASTER” pattern is inspired by vintage 1960s British Motorcycle riding gear, 1940’s US Paratrooper jackets and other military coats. It combines modified patterns, US military hardware and original MF S/c detailing to create a unique ‘ultimate’ winter coat suitable for riding and other outdoor activities.

    Due to the use of vintage and “new-old stock” components, it is made in limited quantities."

    i've worn this MAYBE 10 times, and it hasn't been through any serious wear whatsoever ... basically brand new.

    measurements (size 40:

    p2p - 21"
    length - 28.5"
    sleeve - 24.5"
    shoulder - 18"

    thanks for looking!
  2. sanjeev

    sanjeev New Member

    Mar 20, 2012
    Is this jacket still available.
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