90s Motley Crue Poison Acid Wash Levis Jacket Extra Small


Chest 19.5 in.

Length 22 in.

Sleeve 20 in.

Content: Cotton Denim

Tag Brand: Levis

This awesome denim jacket is from the 90s and has been customized with a sweet collection of rock and roll patches. The jacket itself  is a Levis 75068 style made with 0129 acid wash denim from the 90s. It has two hand pockets, and a pair of button flapped chest pockets with the remains of the iconic red Levi's tab tag still on one. It's been decked out with patches for various heavy metal bands including Aerosmith, Motley Crue, and Poison. The back patch is a portrait of Motley Crue above the graphic from the cover of their album Theater of Pain which was released in 1985 and featured the hit song "Smokin' in the Boys Room".

This jacket is a great example of a classic battle jacket, a style which first became popular during WWII when soldiers would collect and sew various patches onto their bomber jackets or flight suits. The practice later gained traction within the biker community before it became common among punk rockers and heavy metal heads. Battle jacket styles often vary greatly across subcultures, allowing individuals to express their unique style and interests.

Fits like a modern unisex extra small






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