Porsche Design Motocross Jacket

Jan 19, 2017

Category: Style

Nothing is cooler than a leather jacket. It’s a totally classic piece of men’s wear that has been a staple for decades, and it doesn’t look like it’s going to be getting any less badass with time. Quite the opposite. Case in point, people keep on turning out amazing pieces like this Motocross Jacket from Porsche Design.

This gorgeous bit of outerwear has gives an easily noticeable nod to motocross jackets. While the detailing along the arms are directly inspired by the motor sport, they look perfectly at home on this refined piece. Made from incredibly fine nappa lamb leather bonded with jersey, the jacket is more flexible and soft than most others you’ll find on the market. Due to the specially sourced material, it also won’t crease or crack after years of wear. It’ll simply acquire a unique patina. For easy adjustment of the waist, the jacket features rolling buckles along the sides, as well as two breast pockets, and two more that sit right above the hip. A heritage piece to be sure. Prices are set at $1,860. [Purchase]

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