This vintage long half-belt was sold by Spiegel in the 1950s. It is made of front quarter horsehide with a sheepskin lining. It has an action bi-swing back, belt back, two flapped front pockets, with handwarmer pockets and a diagonal zip chest pocket. The sheepskin lining extends three quarters down with the remainder, and the sleeves, being quilted rayon. The jacket has a conmar zipper, but the zipper tape has rotted at the bottom, so it will need to be replaced.
This vintage leather jacket was made in the 1950s by Foster Sportswear. It has a yoked back and front, a pleated and belted back and saddlebag pockets. It has pinked details throughout, giving it a casual western vibe. It has a Scovill / Conmatic zipper, which still works well. The leather has damage and repairs- there is a tear under one of the pockets, an old repaired tear on the side/back panel, and scuffing to the shoulder. The jacket is lined in Alpaca pile by “Inca Paca” / “Timme Tuft”.