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Battle vest (metal and punk patches)

zdftw
Sat, 15/04/2017 - 09:03

Battle vest I've had for about 3 years. Started off as a typical denim jacket I bought at goodwill for about $10, probably spent around $40 on patches and buttons. The enamel Slayer pin was apart of the VIP package I purchased from their Repentless tour. This vest has accompanied me at every show I've ever been too since my first one (Motörhead 2015) with the exception of a few backyard punk gigs. I try to keep patches and buttons strictly bands (Preferebly more uncommon patch designs) with the one exception of a random Celtic cross pin I got for free that I turned upside down. No miscellaneous customization such as studs or spikes at the moment. Still a work in progress, much more will be added (or removed).

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Battle vest (metal and punk patches)
Battle vest (metal and punk patches)

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  • WOAAHHHHH, this vest kicks ass and good job on the drawings on the inside, they look phenomenal
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