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Suede Deerskin Jacket, Buckskin leather jacket, Pulp Fiction, size 40

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by guygardner, Nov 17, 2015.

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    Beautiful Vintage Suede Deerskin/Buckskin jacket from Appalachian, made in the United States. Deerskin has a much nicer, softer feel than the typical pigskin suede seen on most modern suede jackets. Knitted collar and storm cuffs in excellent vintage condition, feel like wool. Looks like 1950s to 60s vintage, still in good shape. A few loose threads on jacket and two very small pin holes, almost unnoticeable on back of one arm (see photos). Lining has a few frays near top, easily mended. Otherwise jacket is in beautiful condition. Looks just like the jacket worn by Butch (Bruce Willis) in Pulp Fiction . See measurements:

    Shoulder to shoulder: 18 inches
    Chest across the front from pit to pit: 20.5 inches
    Length of sleeves from shoulder to cuff: 25.5 inches
    Back length of jacket from top of collar to hem: 25.5 inches

    Asking $199 Shipped Worldwide.
     

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