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The 'Bird of Prey' leather jacket that Aero made for LVC around 2003. This is one of the brown horsehide ones.

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That's a really cool jacket
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote robroy Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 22 Dec 2012 at 6:44pm
^ love it mr randal! The aero constructed leathers are the only LVC examples I would spend any money on, and particularly that example your wearing there.
Speaking of which aero, having been re-constituted by the founder ken Caldwell, is set to release a new pattern that is based around the example your sporting. I am certainly counting my pennies at the moment.

http://www.aeroleatherclothing.com/product-detail.php?id=1168

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AH- I think you got the wrong link- it's this one:


They also were talking about reviving the pattern for the Blue-Black, and they already make the Scorched Up LVC as the six pocket hippy jacket.

I wonder if this is to replace some of the patterns they've retired that are linked to the Will  Lauder/ Alexander Leathers drama that has consumed Aero Leathers and Fedora Lounge? Strange days over at Aero...
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I didn't ask cultizm because they don't measure he same way we do.

Thanks for the help. It's hard to remember/keep track of different models sizing throughout the years.
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Originally posted by mr randal mr randal wrote:


AH- I think you got the wrong link- it's this one:


They also were talking about reviving the pattern for the Blue-Black, and they already make the Scorched Up LVC as the six pocket hippy jacket.

I wonder if this is to replace some of the patterns they've retired that are linked to the Will  Lauder/ Alexander Leathers drama that has consumed Aero Leathers and Fedora Lounge? Strange days over at Aero...



I stand corrected, I had actually linked what I thought was the correct 20's half belt. Seems my memory isn't what it used to be!
I think the thread would be well served (I'm speaking more to my faltering memory) to see a few more shots of the thunderbird Mr. Randal.
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Originally posted by mr randal mr randal wrote:



The 'Bird of Prey' leather jacket that Aero made for LVC around 2003. This is one of the brown horsehide ones.

Looks like the 47s have arrived well.

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I tried on an LVC blue/black half belt in Cinch London a few years ago and I'm sure it was made in Italy. Were their two versions? 
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Originally posted by indigoeagle indigoeagle wrote:


Originally posted by mr randal mr randal wrote:








The 'Bird of Prey' leather jacket that Aero made for LVC around 2003. This is one of the brown horsehide ones.



Looks like the 47s have arrived well.



No, actually your 47s haven't got here yet! Those are a pair of size 32s I've been wearing raw ala AFUSMC. Not so surprising for the holidays, I imagine they should be here soon.
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Originally posted by deluxestyling deluxestyling wrote:

I tried on an LVC blue/black half belt in Cinch London a few years ago and I'm sure it was made in Italy. Were their two versions? 


No, there was only the Aero version of the Blue Black. But there was a Turkey made version of the Rough N Ready bootlegger type that Aero produced.
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