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Gear up and capture the exact look of Officer K in the Blade Runner Coat worn by Ryan Gosling. The internet is crazy about the new trendy outerwear and we managed to produce a big budget deal to fashion just like the character.
The key features of this Stand-Up Collar Coat are the brown shearling lining stitched inside and front magnetic buttons for closure. The external part features laminated shiny details of PU Leather with four pockets. If you opt for comfort and style, this is for you!
About Blade Runner 2049:
Another great news for leather apparels lovers. Movie sequels usually don’t take time to release, but creators at Hollywood made an impressive approach for Blade Runner franchise. Bringing it back from the dead and recreating the story-line starring Ryan Gosling as officer K who is also the protagonist of the movie. Instead of making it a reboot, directors continued from where it left thirty years ago. The story revolves around a LAPD Officer name K who goes on a quest to find Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford) who was missing for 30 years. His mission is to destroy all the evidence and work as a Blade Runner for LAPD. Even though it took 35 years to release a sequel but it lived up to the expectation and made a record-breaking spot in the movie industry. The thriller scenes uplifted the fans love for the franchise. The film truly justified how to make a sequel when there is a 3-decade gap. If you like dark and noir films, then it is indeed a movie for you.
About Officer K:
Ryan Gosling has performed several famous roles such as Sebastian in Lala Land (2016) and Driver in Drive (2011) but this year, he’s getting public attention in the long-lost sequel, The Blade Runner as Officer K. He is the central figure who goes on a journey to a perplex universe where super-human Ai are integrated. After having a brief fight with Sapper Morton (Dave Bautista) at the farm, he discovers unusual remains of humans which leads him to find former Blade Runner, Rick Deckard, portrayed by Harrison Ford. After tracking him down, he finally realizes that he were different from any slave replicants out there and possessed better intelligence of a Human-Being. Instead of being made, he figures out that he’s just an average person born to a human.