Vintage leather jackets have a history of popularity in Canada.
One of the first to be produced was a 1930s-style leather jacket made by the company Bane.
The jacket was made from bain, which is a hard, hardy leather.
It was also made with a synthetic lining that provided a soft and comfortable feel, and a synthetic collar that kept the jacket dry.
But the jacket was not a true leather jacket.
Instead, the bain jacket was designed to be used as a hiking jacket, as opposed to a full-length, leather jacket that is supposed to stay warm.
It has a thick, sturdy lining that provides warmth and a natural feel.
So what’s the story?
Bane is now in the process of repurposing the jacket into a full length, leather version, which will retail for about $50,000.
As of this writing, the jacket is listed as “on-sale” for $60,000 on the Bane website.
It is not currently on sale in the United States.
If you would like to get in on the conversation about the jacket, you can follow Bane on Facebook or Twitter.