Vintage FMC Unisex Black Cowhide Leather Motorcycle Jacket Heavy Sz 36 are doing discount activities

FMC Vintage Motorcycle Jacket Black Cowhide Leather Sz 36
Constructed of milled thick heavy cowhide leather
Asymmetrical zip front
Three front zip pockets one front snap pocket
Interior slip pocket
Leather reinforced armpits
Lace-up sides~ thick stiff leather
Belted waist
Full leather action back
Quilted lining
Shoulder Epaulets
Heavy duty jacket

Men’s Jacket~ / Unisex ~Women (please refer to measurements)

Brand~ FMC~ First Manufacturing Co.
Beautiful Condition~ shows minor normal wear~ creasing ~small scratch on sleeve~hardware may have minor scratches~review photos for complete description

Approx Measurements laying flat ~ Sz 36
•pit to pit 20”
•length 24”

Smoke Free Pet Friendly home
Offers Welcomed

CategoryWomen, Jackets & Coats, Leather Jackets
ColorBlack, Silver
Style TagsMotorcycle Jacket, Biker Jacket, Black Leather Jacket

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