Throughout the Coen Brother's beloved cult masterpiece "The big Lebowski" (1998), the "Three German Nihilists" are out to get some ransom money for a faked kidnapping that has gone array. Their screams of "Ve vant ze money, Lebowski", has entered the lexicon of virtually every college student in the country! Their final confrontation with The Dude (Jeff Bridges), Walter (John Goodman), and Donny (Steve Buscemi) takes place at night in a Bowling Alley parking lot (after they have set The Dude's car on fire!). This is Kieffer's, Nihilist #2 (Flea) Hero screen worn leather outfit from that climatic scene (where he is slammed in the stomach by Goodman's bowling ball!). The total outfit is all German made motorcycle clothing and includes his motorcycle leather jacket with shoulder and elbow padding, extra large zipper pockets, and zipper-glove sleeves (Size L); a pair of snap-button leather jeans used in the "Parking Lot Battle" scene (Size M); as well as a second extra thick Hein Gerick "Echt Leder" motorcycle pants with reinforced inseam and knee padding used in earlier scenes (Size 30), a black wide "fish-net" shirt (Size M), and a pair of leather motorcycle Rockwood "Oil Resistant" Boots (Size 9). A grand collectable that you should grab immediately or as Kieffer says to The Dude: "Ja, uzzevize ve kill ze girl!"