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The Original Leather Jacket

Timeless leather down jacket, the Double Goose is a reference on the winter urban market. Real street armour, witness of the Eighties Hip Hop Movement, the Double Goose, the 'real one' is, now a heritage item.

After 15 years off the scene, creating a myth and various rumours, the brand Double Goose was revived in the early 2000's with a new line inspired by its iconic style the "V Bomber". Nowadays the Double Goose collectionmixes functionality, durability and comfort.

In 2009, the brand made its comeback to NYC with a pop up store on the famous Orchard Street, for a few years in a row. Since then, Double Goose continued to evolve through diverse collaborations, pop up and events throughout the world. Now based in Switzerland and made in Europe, the company broaders its line with new experiments including new materials, patterns and techniques bringing modernity into its classic silhouettes.

Symbolising a universe, a culture and a whole generation, Double Goose continues, as it has done for the last thirty five years, to bring together and seduce the unconditional fans of the craftsmanship as well as the amateurs of collector items.

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Original Leather Jacket

Formerly considered as a real «armour», the Double Goose now privilidges ease and lightness, through its choice of materials and the assembling techniques.

Made in calfskin, lambskin or fabric,always goose down padded, the Double Goose is designed to satisfy those clients in search of extremely high quality jackets. It guarantees an undisputable thermal quality and absolute comfort for the cold urban winters.

Double Goose products have a unique aesthetics and silhouette: traditionnal possum collars, shearling or faux-fur, branded rivets and snaps, threefold stitching, pocket and inside woven labels, are the distinctive signs that create a singular and timeless style.

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History

Born at the start of the Eighties in New York, Double Goose rapidly benefits from the emergence of Hip Hop in the United States. Very quickly adopted by the movement pioneers such as Run DMC, LL Cool J and Rakim, the brand became an international icon of the street culture

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1980