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Specific taste in leather jackets; Need help

Discussion in 'Menswear Advice' started by TheSnydaMan, Apr 4, 2016.

  1. TheSnydaMan

    TheSnydaMan New Member

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    So I've done my fair share of research and I do know that you can't get a decent leather jacket for cheap. That being said, I've set my price range at $200 minimum and $600 tops. My real problem here is that I have a very specific taste in styling when I'm spending anything more than $10 on clothing. I'm in love with this jacket http://jackets.cwmalls.com/fur-lined-mens-leather-jacket-cw819064.html. From what I understand, it's incredibly overpriced for the quality and outlet it's going through, and isn't a "quality" shearling jacket. I understand that a high-quality shearling would be in this price range.

    What I'm asking styleforum, is can anyone help me find something with this styling for a reasonable price from a quality brand? If I have to let go of the shearling intererior I will live, but I love the burgundy color and styling of this jacket. Thank you for your time,
     


  2. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    To get price, color, quality, and style, all together, is going to be tough. That said, the jacket you showed is a riff of a B-6 jacket. You can google that, or you can go for something from www.schottnyc.com, who do jackets in that shape regularly. Good luck
     


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