Deadwood Debbie Recycled Leather Jacket
Recycled Leather & Lining From PET Bottles

Deadwood Debbie Recycled Leather Jacket

$370 Free Shipping
$370 Free Shipping
$370 Free Shipping
Description

Classic, cropped and fitted leather biker jacket made from recycled lambskin with lining made from recycled PET bottles.

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Sizing + Details

S - EU 36
M - EU 38
L - EU 40
Jacket is cut to be a slim fit and cropped.
Model is wearing a S/36 for a very fitted look.
Outside is recycled lambskin.
Lining made from recycled PET bottles.
Each jacket is unique and made by hand from vintage leather that may differ slightly in terms of feel, patchwork pattern, and minor signs of wear.

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Deadwood Debbie Recycled Leather Jacket
Deadwood Debbie Recycled Leather Jacket
Deadwood Debbie Recycled Leather Jacket
Deadwood Debbie Recycled Leather Jacket
Deadwood Debbie Recycled Leather Jacket
Deadwood Debbie Recycled Leather Jacket
Deadwood Debbie Recycled Leather Jacket
Deadwood Debbie Recycled Leather Jacket
Deadwood Debbie Recycled Leather Jacket

Deadwood

The Deadwood vision – to create 
iconic lifestyle pieces that cause minimal harm to the planet for a community of people inspired to live more conscious lives. The company was founded in Stockholm in 2012 by Carl Ollson and Felix von Bahder. After opening their own vintage store, the pair took the idea of clothing recycling one step further. Through innovative design and creative seaming, they were able to use leather from vintage jackets, deadstock skins, and upcycled post-production waste to make new, thoroughly modern pieces from the waste. Though the jackets are not vegan, Ollson and Bahder like to refer to their process as "from the grave to the cradle", crafting modern, stylish garments out of existing skins, without harming animals in the process. Deadwood production is done in northern India, where the duo partner with like-minded factories who share their passion to make positive change in a country particularly ravaged by the fashion industry.