This vintage jacket was made in the 1960s-early 1970s and was worn by a rancher in Livingston, Montana. It is made from heavy roughout leather, with a sherpa lining. The pockets have had matching leather sewn overtop.
This vintage leather jacket was made in the late ’60s or 1970s. It is heavy roughout cowhide suede. It has a talon main zipper and talon cuff zippers. The top collar snap bears the logo of the maker, Wheels of Man. The jacket has an action back, two handwarmer pockets and zippped cuffs. There is general wear and staining to the suede throughout the jacket. The left cuff is worn and the stitching at the end of the seam has let go. The right cuff has similar damage, and several small tears around the zipper. The lining also bears the logo of the company and is stained, especially towards the bottom hem.
Chest: 23″ (doubled =46″)