Friday, 23 January 2015

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Wilsons Leather Jackets 

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Wilsons Leather was a U.S. leather retailer, selling products such as jackets, belts, shoes, handbags, and gloves. At its peak in 2002, the Minneapolis-based retailer had 763 stores in 46 states and Canada.[1]
The company began as two separate leather apparel manufacturer-retailers: Berman Buckskin, founded in 1899 and known for its fringed buckskin shirts and jackets,[2] and Wilsons House of Suede, founded in the late 1940s and known for its affordable suede and leather apparel.
Wilsons House of Suede and Leather was acquired by Melville Corporation in 1982. After Melville purchased Bermans from W. R. Grace and Company,[3] it merged the two retailers under the Wilsons Leather name in summer of 1986. Melville added new acquisition Georgetown Leather Design to the division in 1993 and operated Wilsons Leather until 1996, when it sold Wilsons to a management-led investor group.[4]The newly independent Wilsons Leather filed IPO plans in October 1996 to raise $42 million, but went public in May 1997 with a scaled-back target of $10 million.[5] After launching an online store in 1999,[6] Wilsons expanded into luggage and travel items by acquiring El Portal,[7] Bentley's Luggage[8] and California Luggage Outlet. The 135 travel stores were closed in late 2002 after several quarters of losses.[1]
The company refocused in 2003, reducing their product offerings and closing several dozen underperforming stores.[9] The company scaled back its operations again in 2004, laying off about 1,000 employees and closing nearly 100 stores.[10] At the beginning of 2004, Wilsons operated 598 stores, down from 763 in November 2002. The company continued paring back its number of stores, to 453 by October 2004 and 428 by December 2005. More closings in 2007 brought the total number of Wilsons stores to 411 by October 2007. The closure of 160 stores was announced in February 2008[11] and by May 2008, the company operated 228 stores in 39 states.
In July 2008, the company sold the Wilsons brand name, online store and 116 outlet stores to G-III Apparel Group. The company formerly known as Wilsons changed its name to PreVu Inc..[12] PreVu was delisted by NASDAQ on August 4, 2008, then announced it was going out of business on August 14, 2008 and would liquidate its 100 mall stores by October.[13] Its outlet stores remain open.Wilsons Leather is the largest specialty retailer of leather apparel and accessories in the United States. That kind of rounds it up. We have probably been that for the last 10 years. Since 1989, they ve owned a dominant share of the leather apparel market, somewhere between 15% and 20% of all leather apparel sold in the United States [and] they see our market share increasing. A much smaller percentage is our accessory business because that's a much bigger business.they run a number of divisions. they have our mall-based stores, which carry apparel and accessories. they have 32 airport stores, which are accessories and executive accessories. they have an outlet division which includes two types of outlet stores: one is an accessory outlet store presently called Wallet-works -- about 40 of those -- and then they have Wilson Leather outlet stores in the big mall projects. they have just started an expansion program in the manufacturers' outlet malls.
reviews:
1-I bought this jacket about a year ago as my first riding jacket. It suits my half-commuter half-weekend warrior riding style very well. I'm a huge fan of the removable liner. With it I was able to use the jacket down to about 35-40 degrees in adequate warmth. When summer rolls around take a whopping 20 seconds, and the liner is out. Ventilation and air-flow is pretty good at all speeds except a standstill. At that point it gets a little toasty, which is kind of expected when wearing a fully sleeved cow-hide jacket of any kind. I'm about 6ft and skinny, and the size 38 is a perfect fit. I also love the classic style of the jacket, along with the fact that I didn't have to sell my bike to afford it. After one riding season there is no visible wear on the jacket. Overall it is made very well, and I expect it to last many more miles.
2-This is a really nice jacket for any occasion, I wear it all the time riding or not. I probably wear it more off the bike then on. I use the River Road Vise more when riding due to the fact that it has armor which I upgraded.
Wilsons Leather Jackets Leather Jackets For Men For Women For Girls For Men With Hood Pakistan For Men Price For Women Outfits Images 
Wilsons Leather Jackets Leather Jackets For Men For Women For Girls For Men With Hood Pakistan For Men Price For Women Outfits Images 
Wilsons Leather Jackets Leather Jackets For Men For Women For Girls For Men With Hood Pakistan For Men Price For Women Outfits Images 
Wilsons Leather Jackets Leather Jackets For Men For Women For Girls For Men With Hood Pakistan For Men Price For Women Outfits Images 
Wilsons Leather Jackets Leather Jackets For Men For Women For Girls For Men With Hood Pakistan For Men Price For Women Outfits Images 

Wilsons Leather Jackets Leather Jackets For Men For Women For Girls For Men With Hood Pakistan For Men Price For Women Outfits Images 

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Wilsons Leather Jackets Leather Jackets For Men For Women For Girls For Men With Hood Pakistan For Men Price For Women Outfits Images 
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Wilsons Leather Jackets Leather Jackets For Men For Women For Girls For Men With Hood Pakistan For Men Price For Women Outfits Images 
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