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Civil War Winter Soldier Leather Jacket

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$219.00
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$129.00
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Captain America: Civil War Winter Soldier Bucky Barnes Jacket

Specifications:

  • External: PU Leather
  • Internal: Viscose
  • Front: Zip Closure
  • Pockets: Three Outside and Two Inside Pockets
  • Color: Black

Captain America 3 is a couple of months away, and we have got glimpses of the heroes and their costumes. You can now take this opportunity to order the Civil War Winter Soldier Leather Jacket. Sebastian Stan wore it as The Winter Soldier in Captain America: Civil War.

To create this Captain America: Civil War Winter Soldier Jacket, PU leather is used. The shoulder area is made of cotton. For long lasting comfort, viscose lining is stitched to absorb the moisture and sweat. The jacket has two pockets on the body with one pocket featured on the sleeves. If you want a safer place to keep your precious items, there are two inside pockets for that.



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  1. The Best Bucky Jacket By Far!

    Posted by Douglas J. Cedeno

    This jacket would look so much better if Bucky didn't wear it. Exchange the silver sleeve with black and you get the most epic jacket in the world. Nevertheless, I like how it is recreated to look original. That’s what made me buy it, and I got exactly how it is described.

  2. The Star Wasn’t Stitched Properly

    Posted by Harry A. Myles

    These guys certainly know how to make jackets but at times, small elements aren’t looked after. One of the points of the star was folded outwards. So when I complained, they told me to send it back instead of doing any extra work on it. That put a smile on my face because other stores tell you to spend the extra money and take it to the tailor. Since it was their mistake, I sent it back. And I got a much better-finished jacket.



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