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  1. This Selvage Blue Bell Wrangler jacket is dated to between 1964 to 1966 from the white label and quality of the denim and workmanship. Older and much rarer than the other wranglers for sale on the Internet (I wasn't able to find any other models from this period for sale). You can see the white selvage line where the denim ends inside the opening, (see photo). Denim is faded from wear, not from over-washing, giving this piece the perfect arm fades and contrast between almost white and mid-blue. Jacket has some light staining (some red marker inside around tag and a small circular stain (motor-oil perhaps), on bottom of one sleeve (see photos). Jacket has been gently laundered to maintain color and fade contrast. See measurements before buying---> Shoulder to shoulder: 18.5 inches Chest, across the front from pit to pit: 20 inches Sleeves, from shoulder to cuff: 24 inches Length from bottom back of collar to hem: 23.5 inches Asking $199 USD shipped worldwide. Also available here on ebay.
  2. Photos below. All prices including shipping inside CANADA and the CONUS. Check out my 100% positive feedback on Styleforum under username "Guygardner." 1) Motorcycle Jacket, 1970s. Jacket is developing a bit of a patina and leather is well worn-in in some places. Jacket shows some reinforced stitching in a couple small seams. Belt has been cut off. A lot of people prefer it without a belt, as the belt dangles and gets in the way when the jacket is left open. No tears or holes in leather. All zippers in excellent working order. No other issues. It has the classic perfecto design seen in "The Wild One," and worn by the likes of the Ramones. Leather is nice and heavy steerhide. This was a working motorcycle jacket. The real thing made in an American factory. Asking $120 Shipped. Tagged a size 42. Measurements: Shoulder to shoulder: 19 inches Pit to pit across chest: 22 inches Shoulder to end of sleeve cuff: 26 1/2 inches Length back and bottom of collar to hem: 25 inches 2) Horsehide + Sheepskin Shearling Brown Leather Jacket, 1960s. The man who sold it to me was adamant that the shell is horsehide. I can't be sure, but the leather feels and looks just like my horsehide jacket from the 1950s. It is very strong and thick. Leather is in excellent condition, there is no cracking, only creasing where it should be and a nice patina. The inside chest and back lining is real sheepskin shearling! I am guessing the date to be from the 1960s. The only flaw I found was that the jacket is missing part of the bottom snap on the front storm flap. This is easy to replace using a snap replacement kit from amazon or ebay, or by a tailor. The storm flap stays in place though, so you don't really need to use the bottom snap anyways. The jacket was made by "Natural Comfort New York" and is tagged a size 38. The jacket has been cleaned and the leather has been conditioned with Pecard's leather conditioner and is ready to go. Get it while you can, you won't see another one like this. Asking $150 Shipped in CANADA and CONUS. Measurements Shoulder to shoulder: 18 inches Pit to pit across chest: 20.5 inches Shoulder to end of sleeve cuff: 24.5 inches Length back and bottom of collar to hem: 24 inches 3) Black Leather Bomber Jacket, 1970s. Jacket has thick metal zipper, snap buttons, storm cuffs, and action back shoulders. Made of very strong and thick black leather, looks like cow or horse leather and feels like a vintage motorcycle jacket. The Jacket has two internal "gun pockets," one on each side. It is missing the zip-in winter lining and the lining has been re-stitched around the shoulder. The leather shell is in excellent condition with just a little patina developing along the edges. The jacket has been cleaned and conditioned. Classic Rocker leather jacket. The jacket is tagged 40 but the fit is closer to a size 38. Asking $110 Shipped in CANADA and CONUS. Measurements: shoulder to shoulder: 18 1/2 Across the front, from pit to pit: 20 1/2 Length, from below back of collar to hem: 24 Sleeves, from shoulder to cuff: 24 1) Motorcycle Jacket Made in USA 1970s 2) Horsehide + Sheepskin Shearling Brown Leather Jacket, 1960s. 3) Black Leather Bomber Jacket, 1970s
  3. Photos below---> 1) Cool Selvage Wrangler jacket from the early 1970s. You can see the selvage line where the denim ends inside the opening, line is dark indigo (see photo). Denim is very dark indigo and should fade really nicely with wear. Except for some nice creasing in the arms, the jacket looks brand new and raw and hasn't developed any fading yet! Tagged a size 40 but fits the model in the photos who usually wears a size 38. See measurements before buying. Asking $85 shipped in USA or $80 shipped in Canada. Contact me for price if you live outside of this region. Shoulder to shoulder: 17 1/2 inches Chest, across the front from pit to pit: 20 inches Sleeves, from shoulder to cuff: 24 inches Length from bottom back of collar to hem: 21 inches 2) Dark Selvage Jean Jacket by Sears Roebuck. This looks to be from the 1960s-1970s. Made in the USA Selvage denim is very rare and practically impossible to find new. Check out the white selvage lines inside the jacket (see photos). The jacket looks like it was never worn and shows no signs of wear that I can see (see photos). Pick up this classic piece of Americana in quality dark indigo selvage denim. The tag reads 38 R but please measurements. Asking $60 shipped in USA or $55 shipped in Canada. Contact me for price if you live outside of this region. Shoulder to shoulder: 17 1/2 inches Chest across the front: 20 inches Length of sleeves from shoulder to cuffs: 24 inches Length from below the back collar to hem: 23 1/2 inches 1) Wrangler 2) Sears Roebuck Selvage Jean Jacket