I'm not sure if this jacket has actually been in a movie, but would it be possible to get a custom job and have this motorcycle jacket made to spec?
Steve McQueen used to wear a similar style jacket.
There are similar jackets by barbour and belstaff or whatever but without the detail, peculiarities and quality of the Mullhound Masters jacket.
Like the really big pockets, the back pocket, the flap over the zipper, the button neck closure flap, the thicker and bulkier fabric, the elbow reinforcement and the inner lining.
I just don't think anyone except you guys at FILMJACKETS.COM has the potential of actually remaking this
Mullhound Masters used to make it but it has been discontinued for a while. I contacted them and they told me that they would not be remaking it in the future.http://www.misterfreedom.com/mulholland ... brown.html
Specs from the Mullhound Masters site.
Guaranteed to beautify with wear. Preshrunk with gentle rinse.
Originally developed for the US Navy and officially called “Jungle Cloth”. A sturdy 100% cotton ‘gros grain’ type cloth, tightly woven for wind proofing and with water repellent qualities. It can be individually waxed with adequate wax dressing, to add to the water proofing quality. Originally natural white, the fabric is piece dyed in a rich
The body lining is 100% cotton wide wale corduroy, midnight blue color, for warmth. The inner arms lining is a “new/old stock” 100%cotton fabric, white and indigo plaid checkered, found in limited quantities in a warehouse in Los Angeles.
Single needle construction, sturdy double stitching.
100% cotton thread, navy blue color.
STORY Behind the jacket
American riding jackets were predominantly made out of leather since the 1930’s, which proved unpractical in wet and muddy environments, such as off road riding and rainy conditions. They were also mostly shorter waist cut.
Influence by military patterns, British motorcycle clothing manufacturers (such as Barbour International, Belstaff etc) adapted military field/air jackets to produce riding coats suitable for wet and cold conditions, creating the typical “International” style soon sported by riders around the world.
Professional motorcyclists also adopted that style, as seen with the 1964 ISDT American Olympic Team outfits, featuring Steve McQueen as one of the official US Trial riders.
The MF S/c “Speed Safe” clothing Fall 2009 collection includes an original cotton rider’s jacket: The “Mulholland Master”, taking it’s name from one of Los Angeles favorite Highway for motorcycle riders and automotive speedsters and cruisers.
The pattern is inspired by vintage 1960's British Motorcycle riding gear, 1940’s US Paratrooper jackets and other military coats. It combines modified patterns, US military hardware and original MF S/c detailing to create a unique ‘ultimate’ winter coat suitable for riding and other outdoor activities.
Due to the use of vintage and “new-old stock” components, it is made in limited quantities.
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