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When your shop is called something as dope as North American Quality Purveyors, you're practically obligated to sell some fancy-but-rugged garments like this Dehen 1920 N-1 jacket. It's made from 10.10 oz Martexin® waxed army duck canvas, lined with Merino sheep mouton fur, and goes exceptionally well with all those diary entries from my past life as a late-1800s cowboy: "Storms been chasin' us 'cross half the territory. They caught up with us on the plains, a few nights back. Thunderclap spooked the beef, started a stampede. We lost a hundred and fifty head of cattle. There was one of our party, name of Charlie. His horse stepped in a prairie dog hole and came up lame. Charlie's leg got broke real bad. Had to shoot the horse. Charlie caught the fever and died two days later. When we was swimming the beef across a river, two men was sucked under by the current and was drowned. Today, Dale got bit by a rattlesnake. I fear he won't survive the night" -RB
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