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Womens Biker Jacket Black

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You are unique, so is this product. Made from recycled leather for a better world. Patched up by hand using vintage leather this product is a wonder in its own right, bypassing most of the negative aspects of the fashion industry.

BIKER. This is where it all started. A classic biker jacket made from 100% Recycled/Reworked leather. Vintage leather pieces are patched together by hand in the making of this stunning jacket. For this one we looked for juicy soft lambskin. The jacket fits quite skinny so if you want a loose punk silhouette please go one size up from what you normally wear.

Note: As these jackets are patched up by hand from vintage leather they may differ slightly in terms of leather quality, patchwork patterns and minor signs of wear. That's what makes them unique.

Model has sized up for that oversized look to size 40.
You are unique, so is this product. Made from recycled leather for a better world. Patched up by hand using vintage leather this product is a wonder in its own right, bypassing most of the negative aspects of the fashion industry. BIKER. This is where it all started. A classic biker jacket made from 100% Recycled/Reworked leather. Vintage leather pieces are patched together by hand in the making of this stunning jacket. For this one we looked for juicy soft lambskin. The jacket fits quite skinny so if you want a loose punk silhouette please go one size up from what you normally wear. Note: As these jackets are patched up by hand from vintage leather they may differ slightly in terms of leather quality, patchwork patterns and minor signs of wear. That's what makes them unique. Model has sized up for that oversized look to size 40.
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