|Outer material||100% leather|
|Inner material||100% cotton|
|Sleeve lining||100% polyester|
|Theme||Band merch, Bands|
- Detachable hood
- Three inside pockets
- 2 layer effect
- Hood made from 100% cotton
- Dry clean only
Make the puppets dance with this unique ‘Master of Puppets’ leather jacket by Metallica. Named after the legendary album by the metal band from LA, the jacket has the cover on the back. The chest and left sleeve also have the band name embroidered on them.
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Imagine my horror when I first ordered this jacket back in October to be told the supplier couldn't supply. Then imagine my reaction when the jacket reappears a few months later and £20 more expensive. The worst bit was that emp didn't bother to tell me they had the jacket back and in stock!
Thankfully the jacket is amazing and worth the very long wait all I need now is the forever out of stock jeans and my life would be complete.
Don't consider whether you should or shouldn't spend so much on a jacket simply buy it and you'll love it forever more.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
It's plain to see how awesome this jacket is so I'll get right to the fit, feel and quality.
The leather is very soft and supple as though made from the pampered buttocks of a bovine princess and of a high quality. It's certainly not a really hard wearing leather such as you might get on Brando biker style leathers but it's not a biker jacket so that makes sense. Great for every day wear but don't skid along any roads in it or fight an angry cheese grater wielding hedgehog.
All the details are very well done and the Metallica logo on the chest isn't just a patch sewn on, it's embroidered fully into the jacket.
The hood section zips into the jacket the same as those 3 in 1 rain jackets that you see with a detatchable fleece inside only with this jacket the hoodie isn't a full hoodie, it's just the hood and the front zip section but this just means you don't sweat like an Eskimo in Barbados in all seasons but winter and you can easily detatch the hood and wear your own hoodie inside for when you do venture north of the wall.
A good thing about how the hoodie attaches is that it allows you to zip up hoodie and leave the jacket undone without the wind making it flap around which helps avoid you looking like an over excited dysfunctional bat in a hurricane.
For sizing I would say if you are on the upper half of what the size accommodates then go a size up just so you have enough room across the back to move your arms freely in a forwards motion such as holding a steering wheel, hugging your Mrs or performing your favourite stuck in an invisible box mime act.
The zips are good quality and are smooth to use with no catching or sticking.
The Master of Puppets art work on the back is clear and well centred but it will crack in time due to the nature of the material. I wouldn't be surprised if eventually bits flaked off because it seems like it's screen printed rather than sprayed or hand painted like professional jacket painters would do. Having said this I don't anticipate it degrading any time soon and even when it does start to age it will likely be the same as when your old classic shirts start to crack and chip which actually I like. Time will tell.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
This is a great jacket, it feels quality and very well made, the stitching is solid so this should last for years. The embossing on the arm is crisp and well done, the artwork on the back is bang on however you probably wouldn't want to wear this sitting down or driving too often as it'll will probably wear off, the hood is removable if you just want to have the jacket on its own... the only thing i was worried about was the zips on the elbows, but you cant feel them, its a top jacket for all Metallica fans.
The only issue i've had is the sizing... Im normally a xxl in all t shirts, tops n jackets, this however this came up a full size too small. Wouldn't be an issue if returns were free, but there not... so with the weight of the jacket, signed for postage and insurance the return alone came to nearly £20... then add in that the 3xl is £20 more expensive than the rest of the size range (why? when all others are same price across the range)... buying the wrong size is a costly mistake!
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.