It was said that it was made in the same factory as BUCO riders sewing at the time. Same design as Buko's J100. Zippers are stick TALON on the main and sleeves, and tear TALON on the chest. There is no damage to the laser itself.
Of course, threads and thin dirt. There is, but if you like vintage, there is no problem at all. The liner still has some damage. There are standard liner holes on the sleeves, but it's not torn, so if you're used to old clothes, you'll be fine.
There is a tear repair around the left shoulder blade (10th image). Is there a tear in the fabric below the right back (8th image)?
Also, the leather on the hem of the liner may have shrunk a little, so fold in the excess part. It has been repaired so that it cannot be seen from the front (9th image). The leather is not too hard to tear and can be worn normally, but it can be worn with cream etc.I think it's safe to wear it after softening it further. There are no tears in the zipper hem, which is often seen in vintage items, and the condition is good. Recommended for lovers of rare vintage riders. We guaranteed all the displayed items are authentic, and there are no pirated or illegally coped items.