Heavy denim "Starfleet" jackets


#1

Originally published at: https://boingboing.net/2018/11/20/cosplay-adjacent-2.html


#2

$315. Uh-huh.


#3

Do I have to tug it down every time I stand up? I mean, I need authenticity. :slight_smile:


#4

#teamravenclaw

Oi, wrong jacket…


#5

They seem a bit longer than the originals, so probably no need for the Picard maneuver.


#6

Authenticity is ruined by the presence of pockets


#7

How about the Riker Maneuver? That calls for trousers with a spacious gusset and some stretch.

This video always amazes me because I didn’t spot it when watching the series on telly. Poor Jonathan Frakes and his bad back.


#8

Hand made in the USA doesn’t come cheap.


#9

I have one of the “Hacker” jackets and I love it. It’s roomy enough to put a layer under, but still looks great without. A fantastic, stylish, fall jacket for New England. Really well made, too. I’ve been very pleased.


#10

So… ST:NG didn’t copyright those designs? I see there is no insignia, but those patterns seem like they may infringe if ya know what I mean.

I had to stop myself from ordering the Apollo 11 Armstrong spacesuit hoodie… and walking around like it is 1/6g, don’t want the kids to see that no siree!


#11

They say in the listing that these are officially licensed. You can add a com badge to your order.


#12

Are they reversable in case you are in the Mirror Mirror universe?


#13

Clothing designs are generally not copyrightable. Logos can be trademarks, but other aspects of clothing design usually get no protection.


#14

The goatee and knife sash are extra.


#15

I’m pretty sure they’ll be there as these are a sign of the darkest timeline.


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#17

“Make it sew, Number One!”


#18

The Klingons in their targ-hide leather jackets sneer at those weak hoomans!


#19

Ah yes. The terribly designed uniforms, no wonder they got rid of that version. Have to wonder how they thought filming a whole season in those things would work.


#20

You could add a fringe, but that would be custom.