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The Levi's Type III Trucker Jacket is the quintessential denim jacket silhouette for a reason: it's the best. Don't know a Type III from a hole in the ground? Then please read this, because Heddels already handled that history and I'm way too lazy to paraphrase their post. For most consumers of American culture, the Type III is the exemplar for all denim jackets. Feel free to Google that shit and prove me right. I'll wait. I'm right, right? Exactly. Pictured above is the 1962 14oz Denim Jacket, a kickass take on the Type III from Japanese denim gawds Sugar Cane Co. I love Type III trucker jackets so much, I think every American should have one. I want to have an Oprah-style show, where every episode ends with the studio audience finding super swaggy denim jackets underneath their seats. You get a Type III. You get a Type III. I'm an omnipotent media mogul, whose net worth is higher than the nominal gross domestic product of the Republic of Burundi. Sometimes I wonder how I would survive without Wikipedia, which makes it extra awkward when I have to ignore all those banners begging for donations. I'm a bad person -RB
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