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Those pockets and the stitching show some high level craftmanship. Congrats.
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Originally posted by SLAB2 SLAB2 wrote:

the back panel is different; I own that said jacket (if I assume correctly which one your are referring to)


I'll take your word for it slab, no doubt it will be the same one.
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Double 0, yes you’re thinking of the RC ‘30s Single Rider, really great jacket with the Sears Hercules style back panels:



A great, great jacket, will need to get one in my size some day. Tried once but it was too small, even sent it off to Mushmans to have the Hookless zipper replaced, but it’s found a good home with Slab.

Originally posted by bbcapone bbcapone wrote:

Those pockets and the stitching show some high level craftmanship. Congrats.


Thanks, yep not a wonky stitch in sight and lots of construction tricks pulled off with laser accuracy. I wonder who made the jacket.
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My Eastman ELMC horsehide G-1

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...and my Eastman Type A-2 Rough Wear 1401P
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Outstanding fits fre-co
Are those stan ray pants?
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the g1 one is ace. Great fit.
Used to own a eastman a m422a, never got used to the thin leather and furry collar. To warm in summer and to cold in winter. I hear u say, spring and fall. It didn't work for me. Still would like to own one , one day cause they look so good.
Great jacket Fre-co
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Thanks chaps.

Indeed Stan-ray OG107 fatigue pants.
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Originally posted by smoothsailor smoothsailor wrote:

the g1 one is ace. Great fit.
Used to own a eastman a m422a, never got used to the thin leather and furry collar. To warm in summer and to cold in winter. I hear u say, spring and fall. It didn't work for me. Still would like to own one , one day cause they look so good.
Great jacket Fre-co


But this is horse! It does me pretty well through to December with a ballpark sweat underneath until it gets actually cold.
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