Product Code: Deliverance

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Burt Reynolds is a heart throb from the previous generation. He has been seen wearing some of the most stylish outfits back in the day, and these are still considered to be really stylish today! The Deliverance Burt Reynolds (Lewis Medlock) Wetsuit leather jacket worn by him in 1972 comes with a zip-front. Made out of pure faux leather, this vest is extremely comfortable to wear. The leather material adds to the overall style. This vest is slim fit but you can leave the front open if you are feeling the ‘heat’. The best place to wear this vest is at the beach! So if you have a beach party that you would like to go to this summer, you better invest in this jacket to make the summers memorable.

Specifications :

  • Faux leather
  • Zip front
  • Slim fit
  • Sleeveless
  • Color: Shiny black
  • Stitched by the best and experienced craftsmen
  • Worn by Burt Reynolds

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