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Jeans Style Leather Jacket 100

Material: Naked Cowhide

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Men's Lightweight Naked Cowhide Jeans Style Leather Jacket has ecru stitching, polytwill lining and metal button closure. Jean Jacket has side pockets, top patch pockets and two inside pockets, Union Made in the U.S.A by LOCAL 169 of WORKERS UNITED A/W SEIU.

SCHOTT STYLE 100 JEANS SYTLE
Great fit , great workmanship , materialsa & style. Especially effective for warmath in extreme cold under a Schott Bomber Jacket. Also great for more mild weather. I could not be more happy !
Published: Wed, 11/4/2009 by robert g smith
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Highly recomended
I really recomend this leather jacket. Good passform and really fine leather, BUT the side pockets are much too small.
I also personaly would like the treads to be all black.
Published: Sat, 9/12/2009 by Kickass merchandise Oslo Norway
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Jeans Syle Leather jacket 100
I live in England and was nervous of buying online from the USA in case I ended up with the wrong size. As the website suggests, I e-mailed Gail Hawkins who took great pains to check my sizing and ensure I bought the correct fit.
The jacket is beautifully made from quality hide. The finish is immaculate, right down to the lovely metal buttons and the ecru stitching to provide a subtle contrast for that 'jeans look'.
It is evident to me that 'Unite Here local 169' (ie the people who actually made the jacket), Gail Hawkins and all at Schott take great pride in their products - and rightly so.
It took 48 hours from placing an order to delivery here in the UK, so don't hesitate to buy from abroad - but check with Gail if in any doubt about sizing.
I don't ever do reviews, but had to break my own rule this time because everything was 1st class.
Published: Wed, 9/2/2009 by John Copeland
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