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SOLD - Aero jacket, front quarter horsehide

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by Trapp, Apr 8, 2013.

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  1. Trapp

    Trapp Senior member

    Feb 7, 2008
    Northern California

    Aero leather jacket.

    (scroll down for more photos)

    Front Quarter Horsehide leather
    Model is the classic 'Motorcycle Jacket'
    Brass hardware
    Tagged size 42


    Please add $25 for CONUS shipping. Ships from San Francisco.

    Lots of features, including inner kidney belt, tartan lining, zip sleeves, action shoulders for ease of movement. No interior pockets.

    Actual measurements taken with jacket lying flat:

    shoulders 19"
    chest 23"
    sleeve 25"
    length 25"

    This is an authentic, early Aero leather jacket. It is well broken in but in impeccable condition. It has the best patina I've seen on Aero's black horsehide - there is nice graining and hues of amber and brown showing through all over back, arms, neck, pockets, everywhere. I can't seem to capture that in the photos but its there. The front zip has been replaced at one point with the one shown. Never heard of the brand but it works great.

    This is the jacket as listed and described on Aero of Scotland's website:


    If this fits you, it will be the last perfecto style leather jacket you'll ever need.








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