The Bridges at Toko-Ri leather jacket | G1 US.NAVY


Replica of the leather jacket worn by Lieutenant Harry Brubaker (William Holden) in The Bridges at Toko-Ri. This 100% lamb nappa leather jacket is an authentic legend: American pilots used to wore it in the 50s during the Korean War.

Stand out with a jacket that is much more than a copy of the jacket seen in The Bridges at Toko-Ri: wear a haute couture product, an unique garment handcrafted by Italian craftsmen with the same passion that makes the American dream come true.

HVJ brings Hollywood legends to life and dedicates this leather jacket to those who cannot resist the timeless charm of the jackets worn in the 50s by the U.S. Navy pilots.

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Some of the main features of our “The Bridges at Toko-Ri leather jacket”:

  • 100% real leather: genuine Italian lamb leather
  • designed and produced in Italy with materials of the highest quality
  • color: black vintage
  • aged leather for a fashionable vintage effect
  • “USS ORISKANY” (1952) embroidered patches on the front and on the right shoulder
  • length: 66 cm
  • detachable sheepskin collar
  • cuffs and belt in elasticated wool
  • 2 pockets on the front
  • gunmetal zipper
  • two-color high quality lining: black and brown
  • 3 inside pockets
  • “HVJ” leather label embroidered inside
  • … Perfect replica of the original The Bridges at Toko-Ri leather jacket worn by William Holden as Lt. Harry Brubaker!

Lt. Harry Brubaker: I'm a lawyer from Denver, Colorado | Mike Forney: Judas, how'd you wind up in a smelly ditch in Korea? | Lt. Harry Brubaker: I was just asking myself that same question

William Holden & Mickey Rooney
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