Up until this year, I only had a denim jacket that I wore in the winter. Living in New York, though, well you need a little extra. So I've bought two warm coats, one for the woods and one for everywhere else.
It's not that cold here, so I have a mid-calf wool camel hair coat, a classic London Fog trenchcoat w/ a removable lining, and a black anorak style jacket which is mid-thigh length. - cat
Three. One down coat that makes me look like the Michelin Man - that was for North Dakota. And two others. All in pretty good repair.
I now live in the tropics of the Philippines. Some inland valleys get quite cold at night, but I rarely visit there.
None. Only sweaters. In Texas, there is two months of cold so winter coats are not necessary.
by Bill Manning 12 years ago
I have a leather jacket website, and I rank very well for many of the key words. So you would think I get lots of traffic, but that is not the case.So I'm starting to wonder if buying leather jackets online is popular or not? Not many seem to be searching for them by typing the key words in...
by james0211 11 years ago
I personally like the Blazer, Bomber Jacket and the 3/4 length coat. I have one of each style and have worn some type of leather outer wear my entire adult life. Leather if properly maintained will last for years and the fact that leather breathes makes it a comfortable Fall and Winter garment.
by Poethepoet 10 years ago
Do you prefer the heat of the summer, or the cold of the winter?
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