We are now well into winter and that means that it is jacket weather, my absolute favorite time of the year. What better way to celebrate this than by reviewing a leather jacket? Today, we will be looking at my Caboose jacket in dead leaf brown Shinki vegetable tanned horsehide from Freewheelers. I received this… Continue reading Freewheelers Leather Jacket Review: The Freewheelers Caboose Half Belt Jacket
Starting Almost Vintage Style has been quite a journey so far. I have met a myriad of awesome people and have learned a lot and hopefully helped some people out along the way. Even though my articles are written for people interested in wearing high quality clothing, I must admit that the most flattering occurrences… Continue reading An Interview with Ken Calder of Aero Leather
With the last article covering why leather jackets are so great, hopefully you are now interested in purchasing one yourself or maybe a second one if you already have one (you can check out that article here: https://almostvintagestyle.com/2018/09/14/what-makes-leather-jackets-so-special/ ). Thanks to a very fruitful discussion with my friends Rob AKA @raw.denim.ocd and Noah AKA @leatherandraw… Continue reading What to Look For in a High End Leather Jacket
Leather jackets are a strange animal in the world of raw denim, boots, and heritage menswear. They are a niche within a niche, just like engineer boots are. There are groups of people who love leather jackets and care little for other aspects of clothing, which is not usually true of denim heads. While at… Continue reading What Makes Leather Jackets So Special?
Several months ago, I reviewed an awesome belt from Mike over at Wild Frontier Goods in Tokyo, Japan. I not only loved the belt, but I also started to chat often to Mike through Instagram. During one of our conversations, he asked if he could send me a wallet for review and I was more… Continue reading Wild Frontier Goods Card Wallet Review
Iron Heart is the most popular flannel according to my Instagram polls. Yeah, I know; I’m supposed to do some sort of vague introduction, but I can’t be bothered because of just how predictable this outcome was. While I had a few people predicting a 3Sixteen win due to their popularity and a few more… Continue reading Flannel Fight! Who Makes the Most Popular Flannel Shirt?
In the last review, I took a look at my Red Wing boots, concluding that I liked them despite their many flaws and the fact that they are expensive for what they are. Red Wings are ubiquitous in the denim world and in my opinion, are undeniably overrated by a large swath of denim heads.… Continue reading Motor Leather Lace Up Boots Review (Moto Japan)
As of this year, I have been wearing raw denim for over 6 years, have bought far more than 10 pairs of jeans, 5 leather jackets, 3 pairs of sneakers, and 8 pairs of boots as well as countless shirts, non-leather jackets, and other clothing items. In all of that time I have never owned… Continue reading Red Wing Moc Toe Boot Review
The last several reviews have been fun to do and I am glad I did this one man brand series, but anyone who knows me knew which brand was going to be my favorite before the first article was published. Conners Sewing Factory is my favorite denim brand in the world. I love many brands… Continue reading Conner’s Sewing Factory WWII San Francisco Jeans Review
If you are a fan of raw denim, rugged boots, and heritage workwear in general (and if you are reading this article, you probably are) then you have doubtless heard countless people say that the fat lady is warming up for her performance on our beloved clothing. For people new to the scene, this might… Continue reading Why Raw Denim and Heritage Work Wear is Not Going Anywhere