Mens Ultra Traditional M.C Motorcycle Biker Leather Jacket -Men’s Leather JacketRegular price $137.25 Save $-137.25
|Outer Shell Material:||Leather|
All Seasons, Bodywarmer, Breathable, Elastic Waist
|Season:||Fall, Spring, Winter|
|Country/Region of Manufacture:||Pakistan|
The leather jacket has come a long way in the past 70 years. Once a hallmark of rebellion, this rock ‘n’ roll favorite has earned itself a place as one of menswear’s coolest pieces of outerwear.
While it is definitely one of the best clothing purchases you’re ever likely to make, it can also be one of the trickiest. Don’t worry, we’ve done the homework for you. Let’s get yourself leathered up with our Men's COWHIDE Traditional PREMIUM M.C. Jacket. And below is everything you need to know about this jacket- the fashion’s favorite bad-boy icon.
- Four outside pockets to keep your small valuables safe
- Two inside concealed carry pockets hence very safe for carrying things as you ride
- The thermal lining provides insulated warmth that keeps the cold air out
- Vents on front and back
- Antique Silver Hardware
- Half Belt for Easy Adjustment
- Plain Back - Perfect for Club Patches or Embroidery
- Elastic Sides with Adjustable Side Laces for Optimal Fit
- Stretch Panels on Elbows and Shoulders
- Reflective Details
- Padded Kidney Back
- Premium Drum Dyed Naked Cowhide Leather feels soft and supple. Do not let anyone else try it on, or else they might want it for themselves!
- Full Sleeve Zip outliner to suit your needs
- Material: Made from Drum Dyed Naked Cowhide Leather
- Size 36 to 60
- Color: Black
- Country of Origin: Pakistan
The Men’s Ultra Traditional Black Motorcycle Jacket is the exact embodiment of that classic biker look. The best part about this jacket is it looks good on anyone. You can gear up and go with this jacket on.
- Luxurious but Affordable
- Look Effortlessly Cool
- Extra Details
There are four exterior pockets and two interior concealed weapon pockets. You will be able to keep everything on you that you need.
This is the best leather jacket I’ve ever owned. The quality of the workmanship matches or exceeds that of jackets costing 2 or 3 times more. Affordable, well-made, and – a perfect jacket for everyday use. Highly recommended!
No cracks or splits. This jacket will age beautifully well!
How to Care for and Clean a Leather Jacket
Leather jackets have been around for a long time. Though they were “invented” in the early 20th century for utilitarian purposes and further developed for the armed forces in WWII, they were popularized in the 1950s by none other than Hollywood stars looking to emulate that military look. Since then, they’ve become a fashion staple — whether they’re classic bomber jackets or modern bedazzled coats — and it appears that leather jackets are here to stay.
To make sure your leather jacket has that staying power in your own closet, you must clean and care for it the right way.
The best way to ensure that your leather jacket stays supple, soft, smooth, and clean is to treat it like the valuable item that it is. The first step is to read the manufacturer’s label: there may be some specific care instructions for the leather, such as how often to waterproof or condition the jacket. There are also some general guidelines to keep your leather jacket in good shape:
Keep your jacket dry. Avoid wearing your leather jacket in rainy weather. If it does get wet, make sure that you hang it out to dry immediately before putting it away.
Hang your jacket correctly. Never leave your jacket folded for a long period of time, as this can encourage creases and cracks in the leather. Instead, hang it on a wide, preferably padded hanger in a well-ventilated closet — never in the sunlight, as that can quickly discolor the jacket. This is particularly important for suede. Whatever you do, don’t store your jacket on a wire hanger. You’re asking for weird “bumps” in the shoulders. After you hang it, don’t shove it into your closet among dozens of other coats. Give it some space!
Keep your jacket away from heat. The heat will dry out and cause the leather to become brittle and crack. Never lay your jacket on or near a radiator or heating vent, and never iron or steam it yourself.
Use a leather conditioner. Leather will always naturally lose some of its moisture, but using a reputable leather conditioner on finished leather can prolong its life.
Don’t clean at home. Unless you have the experience or aren’t worried about causing irreparable harm to your leather jacket, you should not try to clean it at home. Some cleaning labels may say that you can wash your leather jacket in a washing machine, but any small misstep can cause serious damage.
Stay anonymous. Don’t put a sticky name tag on suede or leather. When you peel it off, chances are you’ll take some fabric with it, or worse, leave an adhesive mark.
Since 1985, UNIK International has been an industry leader committed to serving the needs of the motorcycle industry throughout North America and Europe. Their products are the result of decades of leather tanning and manufacturing experience, using only hand-selected leather and premium textiles under careful supervision.