This vintage style jacket was made in Mississauga, Ontario by Bazinas Furs. The jacket is made of front quarter horsehide leather by Horween with dyed plucked mink panels and collar. Originally sold as a “Laskinlamb jacket”, this style has come to be known by collectors as the Grizzly. These were popular in the mid to late 1930. The jacket has a Riri main zipper with a grommet style stopbox. The pull is a rectangular holed, plain backed version, also typical of mid 1930s production. The jacket is lined with plaid merino wool, with leather pit guards and ventilation grommets.
(You save )
this is something that would last for generations. You are being enviromentally friendly. You buy once for many seasons. This is all biodegradable. So in esscence you are helping the eco system.