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Leather Car Coat

Leather Car Coat

Regular price ¥104,500 JPY
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DL-045 Leather Car Coat

Cow Hide

Sizes 36, 38, and 42 are sold out.

Based on the leather car coat of the 1950s.

Originally, a long sports jacket made of wool melton was called a "car club jacket." A more casual version of this term is the "car coat."

We have produced this car coat using steerhide, which is durable and has excellent cold-weather resistance.

Steerhide is a typical type of cowhide leather, made from the leather of a bull that is over two years old. It tends to be of uniform thickness, making it a suitable material for leather jackets.

The front opens and closes with a top-bottom zipper, and the original puller has a leather cord attached. It is thoughtfully designed so that it is easy to open and close even with gloves on.

The lining is made of crimson cupra material and is quilted with 60g of padding, providing excellent protection against the cold.

Another characteristic detail of this type of car coat is the small ticket pocket on the sleeve.

Furthermore, the pocket has a zipper with a chain attached so that it can be opened and closed with the right hand while the left hand is operating the handle.

There are side vents at the lower back that can be closed with a snap button.

The rib is made of 32-count double-ply wool knit fabric, which has a rich and beautiful color scheme due to the blend of acrylic. The large ridges make the knit fabric fit well and reproduce the beautiful colors unique to the 1950s.

This cool 1950s outerwear is highly resistant to the cold and can be worn with any outfit.

This is a useful jacket to have.


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