Wear a piece of history - Dehen’s very own and very special version of the 1940s WWII Naval N-1 Deck Jacket. Constructed from a 10-oz waxed cotton outer shell with a luxurious mouton fur lining, this jacket represents the very best this company has to offer. Warm, substantial and with a distinctive style, this garment is built to last a lifetime. This is not a pure motorcycle jacket but due to its ruggedness, warmth and water-repellent properties it will do a great job on rides during the colder season.Mouton fur is a processed sheepskin that resembles beaver or seal fur for its soft and insulating charcteristics. Further quality details are two fleece-lined front pockets, fleece lined sleeves, a button neck closure, the 6-Button placket-front closure with hidden brass zipper and canvas pull, an inner left chest zip pocket and 100% wool knit cuffs. Eyelets at both axles provide ventilation.
- canvas / sheepskin, charcoal
Waxed GarmentThe “wrinkling" of waxed cotton garment happens when the (often new) fabric is bent, folded, worn, etc. Over time this happens less and less. In fact it is not the fabric wrinkling but the wax that leaves these lines at high spots. It is one of the defining characteristics of the product. Like denim, it will break in, develop patina and become very distinctive to the owner.
Wrecking Crew Watch Caps
Roadkill Velcro Caps
Solidly made 6-panel cap with large velcro front area for velcro backed patches and adjustable closure strap, so it fits the whole family. Bonus feature: German TÜV approved for use of your own patches.
Pike Brothers Roamer 1937 Jeans
- dark indigo blue color
- 100% Cotton
- straight leg, loose fit with button fly
- heavy cotton thread in honey yellow color
- buttons and buckle in zinc optic
- heavy bar tacking on pockets, belt loops and seam ends
- suspender buttons as used in the 1930s
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