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Vintage Short Leather Jacket

$ 590.00$ 531.00

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Model is 5'9'' and is wearing a size S (Chest 31'', Waist 24'', Hips 35'').   


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The design of this short leather jacket is inspired by a 90’s Nato cold weather aircrew suit. Offering a double front closure of hidden buttons and a zipper. When the zipper is opened, a concealed chest pocket is accessible. This vintage leather jacket is fully lined and has a flat collar that can be worn raised when the tab underneath is closed. Offering a loose fit that can be tightened by the drawstrings at the inside waist. Welt pockets with a hidden snap are added to the waist. Snaps are also added the sleeves to create a tighter cuff when preferred.

Loose Fit

  • Shirt collar- tab added for a raised execution

  • Long sleeves, adjustable wrist width - snaps

  • Hidden chest pocket- side entry, waist pockets- hidden snaps

  • Straight hem, stitched through, snap closure

  • Inside: drawcord inside

  • Zipper closure and a hidden button closure

G-Star RAW® Vintage Short Leather Jacket Green


Cotol Washed Leather

This jacket is created out of a supple sheep leather.
  • Soft, supple handle
  • 100% Sheep grain leather
  • Lining body: 50% Polyester (Recycled), 50% Organic cotton, lining sleeve: 100% Polyester (Recycled)



Where is it made?

Washing Instructions

Do not washDo not bleachDo not tumble dryDo not ironDo not dry cleanSpecialized leather cleaning only

Art nr: d20131-568-723

G-Star RAW® Vintage Short Leather Jacket Green


Environmental Impact

It is our ambition to continuously improve the environmental impact of our products. This overview displays the composition of this garment and ranks the fibers (in the main fabric of the garment) according to their environmental impact. The categories were defined by combining existing industry tools and scoring mechanisms. Learn more

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