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Trying to ID a denim jacket

Saiper

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Hey. Apologies if this isn't in the correct section. I'm trying to identify the manufacturer of a denim jacket. If anyone has any idea, I'd greatly appreciate it if you could let me know.

Thanks:)

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Difficult...
All I can say is that the slanted pockets and the faded grayish color reminds me of some Wrangler Truckers. They did a lot of different models.
Now the zipped chest pocket is unusual.
 

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It’s clearly not the same but reminiscent of an RRL jacket from a year or so ago. The style is often referred to as a mechanic’s jacket.
 
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Thanks for the replies. I wonder if the badge / logo represents the company that designed it? I've tried zooming in on it, but the image is too low res to make it out. Is it more likely to be a vintage jacket rather than one from a recent season? Thanks again:)
 

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Hey, This is a Distressed (assuming vintage) Carhartt Detroit Jacket either bought from Unsoundrags or NoMaintenance on Instagram. This jacket model has been super popular for the past few months so their prices are super inflated, but if you are living in a good local (i.e., NorCal, Pacific NW, Blue-collar city/town), can you probably buy one in a thrift store for 5-10 dollars
 

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