What makes those hides so rare Ken, materials or who produced them? Keen to see the pics on the site. Shoot us a reminder please!B-Man2
That’s definitely one of the classic Aero’s around here. I really enjoy seeing it.
Good to see you posting .
There will be four more A-2s made in this rare leather showing up on our website next week
Made from a previously undiscovered bundle of FQs recently unearthed in our leather store
These will be the last ever, numbers 2-5 of only 5 that exist
This particular Horsehide was developed around the time we first got the Jerky mid 90s if I recall correctly?What makes those hides so rare Ken, materials or who produced them? Keen to see the pics on the site. Shoot us a reminder please!
Come on, we're all friends here!While the source of our Jerky must remain an official and closely guarded secret ...................... the "Maine" was a Horween leather
Great looking jackets, all of them.And finally in horse and beautifully made by Julie Leitch a rare, ?? (Ten Brownie points if you’re the first to guess the name of this style) Clue - its a commission designed by the manager of a Company from which it takes its name and given out as prizes for hitting professional targets. It’s a bit of a ‘frankenjacket’ doesn’t need the external wind flap perhaps (I‘ve considered asking Aero to remove it if that’s possible), but it’s really comfortable and I like it View attachment 43554View attachment 43555
no over dried or dried out in the least. This is the most supple jacket I have handled.Looks very nice but overdried, esp considering it's noble lineage of Victory HH, seems to need some Pecard treatment Jeremiah.