Product Code: Farscape Vest

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As the season is changing, it’s the best time to shuffle your closet and buy some winter stuff like jackets. Slimfit produce best jackets in town, replicas of all apparel worn by famous actors are available here by keeping each and every detail in concern. Bowder vest is worn by John Crichton in popular TV series “Farscape”. It’s a real hot stuff available on our online store. Its blend of awesome colors, exclusive design and superb style. The front closure is in buckle strap style, back is patterned in U-shape maroon leather and sides of the vest are in black leather textured with criss-cross pattern. It’s a sleeveless body suited shape vest which will give perfect fitting of the vest to the wearer.

Features :

  • Leather available in both real and faux
  • Zipper for half shutting
  • Polyester lining
  • 2 inner pockets
  • Superb quality of finishing and stitching

Farscape Coat

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