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Marlon Brando The Wild One Star Classic Motorcycle Leather Jacket
Marlon Brando The Wild One Star Leather Jacket
An ultra-rugged version of the classic Marlon Brando, black biker leather jacket in Calfskin. For those who need the ultimate in leather protection this is the jacket to do it. Substantially thicker and therefore heavier than sheep hide, this Calfskin nappa can take all you throw at it. The styling is so iconic it really needs little description but, her goes...
A chunky chromed, YKK zip angled asymmetrically across a double front to wide, notched lapels which fasten via studs to the body. The shoulder epaulets are also stud fastened and there are four working pockets on the front; three zipped plus the small change pocket.
A strong buckled leather belt is attached at the side seams but helps to adjust the fit while the zip gauntlet cuffs allow the use of gloves while wearing. Inside you will find a black, quilted satin lining with a leather trimmed pocket
Men’s Motorcycle Classic Biker Leather Jacket
The basic Men’s Motorcycle Classic Biker Leather Jacket
(Marlon Brando Style)
1.1 Thickness Premium Calfskin Black leather
Nickel Aluminum original YYK Zipper
Zipper on sides sleeves
Two zippered pocket on front for hand warming & Breast pocket
Two lining breast pockets
Half belted waist with center buckle
Side laces piece for custom fit
Fine quilted Polyester lining
This classic piece of jacket is taken from a past super hit American movie “The Wild One”. In the movie this jacket is worn by famous hero of that time Marlon Brando. Marlon Brando Leather Jacket is prepared with high quality cowhide leather. Its fine stitching done under experienced professionals. Classic leather motorcycle jacket is styled with YKK branded zippers on front with pockets. Back is plain to persist its classic style Button used for collar shutting
There are few modern men's garments so undeniably iconic as the leather motorcycle jacket. It shares rarified air in the menswear world with the blue jean, the T-shirt, the oxford button-down—pieces so integral to what we consider to be men's fashion that no style-minded guy's wardrobe could be considered complete without one. Like those aforementioned garments, there’s a clear mental picture that forms when you discuss a “motorcycle jacket,” but outside of a few distinct details, there’s plenty of room (and examples both past and present) to show off the style’s potential to be rework, rethought and rebuilt. From its original beginnings as a biker’s necessity, to its position as modern-day signifier of “downtown cool,” we examine the history of the motorcycle jacket.