Definitely as awesome as they sound.
Sometimes all a costume needs are the final detailed additions– in this case, new POCKETS!
Heroically, two pairs of khaki trousers sacrificed themselves to become the new pockets and dropseat we added to Bill’s existing coveralls. Now he is the essence of “Barf” from Mel Brooks’ hilarious Spaceballs film.
Thanks, Bill for having us make your new pockets and for sharing your photos.
May the schwartz be with you!
Photos: Mark Loertscher Photography
These Korean War era oxygen masks were in great shape- except for their elastic.
Replaced and ready for high-altitude glider flying from the Morgan County Airport, Morgan, Utah.
We all know guys who have these kinds of coats they love, like old faithful friends.
Here’s a coat we just relined for our friend Steve, who teaches at West High School here in SLC. The leather still looks great on the outside of the coat, but the lining had absolutely deteriorated and shredded after years of wear and tear.
We created his new lining in red nylon rip-stop and added four inside pockets (one with a zippered closure for wallet or money safekeeping). The fall weather is here, Steve, and we’re glad we could help rescue your jacket-