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  1. 07.04.2017, 20:44#9161
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    Claudia, I could have asked you right away.

    Great, Thanks.

  2. 08.04.2017, 12:34#9162
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    Bought Stonefield

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  3. 10.04.2017, 09:04#9163
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    After the sale of Belstaff to JAB Holding, did you actually notice any changes in brand orientation and quality? Belstaff felt more in the direction of Barbour. Some of the current models are very reminiscent of the International.

    Whatever. I recently had the opportunity to look at Matchless jackets and spontaneously decided to buy the new F1. A successful combination of the cut of the Craig and Stark with style elements of the limited Kensington. The whole thing as a light summer leather jacket.

    http://www.matchlesslondon.com/en/f1...rlet-9005.html

    Of course, it comes out better in the original. Super soft leather with a subtle logo.

    [IMG] https: //www2.***********.de/img/32981261/IMG_8160.jpg [/ IMG]

    [IMG] https: //www2.***********.de/img/32981262/IMG_8161.jpg [/ IMG]
    Last edited by Braschlitz; 04/10/2017 at 09:07.

  4. 10.04.2017, 09:26#9164
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    hm .. I have always found setting images unnecessarily cumbersome. Then without pictures, just with a link to the manufacturer. Sorry

  5. 10.04.2017, 15:35#9165
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    Quote by Braschlitz
    Some of the current models are very reminiscent of the International.
    Whether internationl or road / trial master. It's just motorcycle jackets from that time. And since both labels developed very quickly, these are their signature models: the jacket with 4 patch pockets and a belt

    And I have to break a lance for Belstaff, while Barbour has continued stylistically, there were a lot at Belstaff: Panther, Centaur, Blaster, etc. ..., plus the Vent (perforated Panther), the GOLD or Black Prince editions , the insertable liners to go with it ...

    and if you look at the 80s and 90s, Belstaff is clearly THE biker / heavyduty brand, while Barbour served more as a jacket to sit in the Landy because the heating in it is so bad

  6. 11.04.2017, 09:47#9166
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  7. 12.04.2017, 09:05#9167
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    Where is Flo? The link leads me to a blocked page.

    By the way, share your opinion on Belstaff vs. Barbour 100%
    Last edited by BJH; 04/12/2017 at 09:06 AM

  8. 12.04.2017, 10:23#9168
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    Network, for Premium Members, aren't you?

  9. 12.04.2017, 11:07#9169
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    All right. Nope, I am not. I'm just a normal soldier

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  11. 19.04.2017, 21:49#9171
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    Congratulations, Dirk!

    I feel the same way today:

    my first Belstaff (Weybridge) (recently had a blue one, but it went back, then the inside pocket dissolved)

    [IMG][/ IMG]

    now I can finally cruise around with the Schwalbe in proper style!

  12. 20.04.2017, 11:20#9172
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    I'm glad that I bought my first Belstaff leather jacket (panther) 6 years ago ... Somehow I like the "old school" metal emblem more than the embossed one ...
    Greetings from the north,
    David

    -> Search Rolex 116500 WD <-

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  14. 20.04.2017, 15:11#9174
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    You are absolutely right! Ultimately, it's the style or cut of the jacket! Probably just a little cheaper to produce ..
    Greetings from the north,
    David

    -> Search Rolex 116500 WD <-

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  16. 26.04.2017, 07:11#9176
    Hello. I am looking for a Sturrock (black leather in size 54 or 56 ...) . Perhaps someone has this jacket and would like to sell / exchange it? Isn't there anything "new" to buy - right? Thank you and have a nice day - LG B.

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  20. 26.04.2017, 11:31#9180
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    Quote by cheech
    Has the Weybridge changed in any way? The sleeves also had grooves at the bottom, didn't they?
    On the elbows I mean ...
    Above all, the Belstaff logo sits way too high up. That should sit below the Ouerrillen.
    The bottom of the waistband is also missing the 2 press studs to close and the sleeves have no zippers.
    The jacket doesn't look like this in the Belstaff online shop, and that's guaranteed to be the 2017 model.
    My 2016 Wheybridge has these grooves on the elbow too! What kind of model is that there?
    Last edited by aminoblack; 04/26/2017 at 11:33 AM.