Possible WWII Dubow...w alterations or civilian?

B-Man2

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It’s definitely a repair on the sleeve and the knits look different but let’s talk about the stitch line across the top of that pocket. Typical of WWII production A2 jackets but it would never work on a repro today .
 

MikeyB-17

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My old ELC House A-2 didn’t look much different to that. Next time somebody pops up saying ‘why are some panels on my new jacket grainier than others?’, I’m going to show them this one.
 

Lebowski

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Next time somebody pops up saying ‘why are some panels on my new jacket grainier than others?’,
It deserves no answer to those strange people then, ‘cause when people are asking such silly questions it just means they’re not a tiny bit into good leather and good repros or/and originals. The only example of plain looking leather are cheap mall jackets and some crappy looking fashion ones. That’s it. So, no worries about such questions. Different grain on different panels is one of the most attractive features for most who understand this hobby well, so if/when anybody doesn’t - who cares))
 
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