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HBTV Deep Dive: The Imperial

April 25, 2020 2 Comments

HBTV Deep Dive: The Imperial

Our deepest dive yet! Leather jacket guru David Himel guides you through every last detail of our newest leather jacket model: the Imperial (pattern provided by John Chapman of Good Wear Leather). This video is a fat SLICE of history, design, and our best Himel wisdom. Obsessives, take notes—casual fans, buckle up.

 





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Peter Bowden
Peter Bowden

May 04, 2020

I felt I was in a Renaissance atelier

Tammy
Tammy

May 04, 2020

Your presentation in explaining how and what goes into constructing one of your leather jackets was beyond impressive. I LOVE your hands on approach and keen awareness about the intricacies that truly makes your products one of a kind! In the near feature, it would be my plan to purchase a keepsake from you. You have such a gift to create beautiful, fine things for others to dote over and enjoy for a lifetime! Thank you for the video!

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