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Lone Pine Explorer Jacket
A different look in fine leather jackets, the leather in this extraordinary jacket is tanned with oils and waxes and then washed to provide a slightly distressed look that highlights the character of the leather and will only improve with age. Full zip closure with four bellowed button-through flap pockets on the front. Two interior pockets: One on lower right for cell phone with elastic grip to keep it secure, one on the interior upper placket with security zipper. Back strap with two side adjustment buckles. Cuff adjusts with strap and buckle as well. Fully lined with poplin for easy on and off. Sleeve lining is flannel satin. Fine leather jacket in brown. Calfskin leather. Professionally clean. USA.Regular even size: 42, 46.
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Rating Snapshot(3 reviews)
3 of 3(100%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Lone Pine Explorer Jacket
Review 1 for Lone Pine Explorer Jacket
Best leather jacket ever,
October 23, 2012
from Siver Spring Maryland.
"I saw in the picture it seem to be not that good but when I receive the box and open oh my !!!! Beautiful and perfect fit this one of my best jacket. What can I say very fine jacket. Thanks Orvis."
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Review 2 for Lone Pine Explorer Jacket
December 13, 2011
from Knoxville, TN
"This jacket is to clothing in the same sense that the Sistine Chapel is to painting. Its classic, classy, and will be legendary. In the first day I received more than 15 comlpiments. It may appear pricey...but when you consider the quality and the fact that this jacket will last a lifetime makes it one of the most practical purchases I have ever made."
"My leather jacket of 25-years recently passed from this world. You guys know the type.....the one that all of your past girlfriends tried to steal. The one that didn't have marks or blemishes, but rather trophies of your High-School/College Days......I miss that jacket.
So, knowing it was time to replace and knowing that I had more money now than I did when I was 16 I actually looked at a jacket that cost $1900. I figure with my track record if it lasts 20 years it would be less than $100 a year, but will this jacket last?
I recieved the jacket yesterday and it fits very well, the leather is very thick, and it is going to look great with a few new marks and bruises. The stitching is tight and all of the leather pieces look like they came from the same beast. In short I could not be happier. I highly recommend you look at this piece......and yeah, the wife is already trying to steal it. She would if she knew how much I paid for it....."