at 08:32 AM
"H" refers to horsehide...this jacket is made with horsehide leather.
at 08:57 AM
Thank you. That is what I hoped but it is rare and I thought that it was HH and not H...
the leather is quite thin and smooth.
at 09:39 AM
I didn't know the 125 existed in horsehide leather
Nice jacket ur very lucky
at 11:05 AM
The pocket ticket without a barcode tells us the jacket was made prior to 1993. Based on the style number, a 125 would be Naked Cowhide leather, but with the style 125H the jacket could be a Horsehide. Can you send me a photo of the main label, usually on the zip-out liner? Is the Leather Care label sewn into the lining? I will Ask our designer if his records show a style 125H
at 02:24 PM
Hello and thank you for your support
unfortunately i bought the jacket last week and the previous owner didn’t have the liner.
And second bad news : there was indeed one label sewn on the liner but it as cut I see the remnants of a white small label, maybe the one with the leather care instructions
the jacket was bought in France.
at 10:08 AM
I am checking with our designer if he has any records on the jacket. The leather on our 125 or a Horsehide jacket would be a heavy leather not thin. Does the jacket have a Made In USA origin label?
at 04:41 AM
Sorry for the late answer : no there is no label inside because they were cut flush and the fleece liner is "gone"...
The only label is the one in the coins pocket...
The leather is quite thin. As the jacket was in France, maybe the H means "Homme" for a Men's model ?
at 05:51 PM
The designer has not gotten back to me, but based on the metal zipper and the pocket ticket not having a barcode we know the jacket was produced prior to 1993. Since you purchased the jacket in France it seems it may be a special production of jackets for our distributor in France.