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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 11-29-2012, 07:37 PM Thread Starter
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2 new patches added to the Ace Cafe one

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I still see large patches of leather.

Are they sewn on? Mine is glued ( a little larger than your Meriden) because the guy told me the patch material was too thin

P.S. Not that it matters, but do you have a Meriden?

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Just dropped off my jacket today to have a few patches sewn on. I took it to a tailor so he could do it right and not sew trough the liner. I will post pics when I get it back

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They're sewn on and it looks good, even if the swooshy H ain't quite right. Only you guys on this forum would know....... and my brother.

I zipped out my liner before I went to the leather place.
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Looks good.

P.S. Hey, I thought only Canadian motorcycle jackets came with a snow shovel.
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So far this year the shovel is just for show....
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Just dropped off my jacket today to have a few patches sewn on. I took it to a tailor so he could do it right and not sew trough the liner. I will post pics when I get it back
This is my Dickies work jacket with chenille club patch on the back. The tailor stitched the patch thru the liner. Not really concerned as the jacket is so light weight I don't think the liner really even moves much.



However, the patches on my leather do not get stitched thru the liner. I make sure they're done right.


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So far this year the shovel is just for show....
-5* C. today with very light snow. Ride was great. Clear black top. Shovel still on hook in garage too.

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