Spiewak B-10 Repro Info Please

Discussion in 'Cloth' started by Skyhawk, Mar 7, 2015.

  1. Skyhawk

    Skyhawk Well-Known Member

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    Anyone know about these Repros? Good? Bad? Real Fur liner and collar or fake. Do they run small? Looks pretty good. I see it says US Army Air Force not Forces. Other than that the tag looks ok.
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  2. mrchina

    mrchina Member

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    Hi,

    Where did you see this jacket, Ebay or???

    Regards,
    Don
     
  3. Technonut2112

    Technonut2112 Well-Known Member

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    Dragging this thread up from the past.... I ran across a couple of the Spiewak B-10's on e-Bay, Google searches, etc.. I would really like to hear from someone who owns one regarding construction / quality / fit. To my eyes, they look pretty damn good. ;) Here's some pics I've collected of a couple:

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  4. B-Man2

    B-Man2 Well-Known Member

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    I have one however it’s a B-15. The jacket is fairly well made and the fabric is closely woven and durable. How much are they asking for it?
     
  5. Technonut2112

    Technonut2112 Well-Known Member

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    I collected those pics over time, and didn't see what they sold for. I think the patched one was on another forum somewhere, and just being shown IIRC. I'm curious if Spiewak went 'whole hog', and used an alpaca or wool / poly blend for the lining. They're made in the USA, and do appear to be constructed well. I've seen the Spiewak "limited edition" B-15 A's go for over $200.00 used. I think the shell was made from an 'EndZone' type cotton / nylon blend, and also made in the USA.
     

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