Marlboro Man Sheepskin Suede Leather Shearling Jacket
The Marlboro Man is a figure used in the Marlboro Cigarette’s tobacco advertising campaigns. The figure was used in the United States from 1954 to 1999, which is the place of this campaign’s origin. In 1954 Leo Burnett was the one who conceived the idea of Marlboro Man. Initially, it depicts a rugged man in a variety of roles, but later on, it was confined to a rugged cowboy or two in a beautiful and attractive landscape. The idea behind that was to popularize filtered cigarettes, which were considered as feminine cigarettes. It was to encourage men to smoke a filtered cigarette as the rough and tough means a manly figure is smoking in the ads. This Marlboro tobacco campaign is considered one of the most brilliant campaigns of all time. Now, we are offering you this Marlboro Man Shearling Jacket to all the fans who loved the ad and ere inspired by it. Now you have a chance to grab this shearling jacket as the Marlboro Man is wearing. All you need to do is place your orders before the stock ends.
This men’s shearling jacket is manufactured from excellent quality sheepskin suede leather, with an inner soft shearling lining. It is designed with shearling collar, long sleeves with shearling cuffs, two fur-lined patch waist pockets outside, two pockets inside, and a front opening with a buttoned closure. This classic men’s sheepskin suede leather shearling jacket is available in brown color.