the rogue commander. its a jacket. there is a lot of tearing, swearing, burning, slicing, ripping, grinding, staining, distressing and stressing that goes along with with making this jacket.
blood, sweat, and tears. people feel our heart and soul when they wear our jackets.
we made the original rogue commander a couple of years ago. its based off of another red jacket we had made, that we thought was pretty cool. when we first started the dust and beau line we took orders from some stores for our jackets. the owner of one store liked the original red jacket we had made, but he wanted us to modify it to fit his tastes. we wanted us to put bones on it and he wanted more patches on it and wanted it more red and more rustic. this rogue commander jacket is what transpired from his request. only shitty thing is that after the store received the order they rejected it. they wanted to return the order saying that we 'missed the mark' and that we didnt do a good enough job on the jackets. being the nice guys that we are, we accepted the entire order back. in hindsight, that was such a douchy thing for that store to do. but at the time, we were happy to take back 4 months of hard work. after pouring it on and working your ass off on a bunch of jackets, its so hard to just ship them out and never see them again.
that whole process we went through was so good for us. we learned that sometimes people take advantage of you, and get you to bend over backwards for them. we learned that now we dont bend over for anyone. and we learned that when we put a lot of effort into something and we like what we have made, its important for us that the item goes to the right person. its not only about making money, its about the people that appreciate what we do getting to own and wear a part of what we have created. big shout out to all of you that have supported us and appreciated us throughout all of the years. we love you
back to the jacket. as you can see from the the rogue commander has zip off sleeves. it took us a while to figure out how to make sleeves that could zip on and off. its a pretty handy feature, cause sometimes you just want a vest. cause lets face it, vests are rad. plus it takes us back to the days when we would cut the sleeves off of our old jackets. whether you are more of a jacket or vest guy, you will probably fall in love with the distressed leather, casted bones, chains and all of the ripping, tearing, swearing, staining and battering that went into the rogue commander.
rock it like you own it.
***** SOLD AS IS *****
THIS IS A ONE OF A KIND ( in some cases two of a kind )
NO REFUNDS NO RETURNS, SO ASK ALL THE QUESTIONS !
We love you and thank you endlessly for supporting independent artists like us.
Please refer to the last photo to better understand measurements if need be.
1. Bust 40" circumference
2. Waist 40" circumference
3. Hips 40" circumference
4. Upper arm / widest part 17" circumference
5. Cuff 11.5" circumference
6. Length 27"
7. Shoulders 19" across
8. Sleeve length 29"