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WTB: A2 or G1 flight style leather jacket. US38S

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by kontra, Oct 24, 2012.

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    Looking for a high quality A2 or G1 style flight jacket. Could be used. Not too bulky but not Dior slim. I wear US38S.
    Mid Brown/Dark Brown leather. Only quality stuff - like what Eastman, Aero, Rickson or TOJ does. No vintage. Will consider high quality repo.
    Let me know if you have any ideas.
     


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    ...still looking
     


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    Pros: Great looking, reasonable price, warm.
    Cons: None that I've found so far.
    Other Thoughts: This jacket appears to be very well constructed. Of course, it's "made in China", but what isn't? It's much warmer than I expected, and I'm wearing it right now as a winter jacket. I'll probably have to pack it away come spring. Ordering clothes on-line is a bit of a gamble, but I'm completely happy with this purchase. This was from a "marketplace" vendor (Luxury Lane) and their service was excellent.
     


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