Taylor Stitch Moto Jacket

Sep 7, 2015

Category: Style

Is there such a thing as the perfect leather jacket? Well, Taylor Stitch has set out to prove that there is, and that they are just the ones to make it. Based on a 40+ year-old racing jacket, this is the flagship of their new Moto line of gear that is tailor made to the buyer for a more comfortable fit.

Each jacket is handmade out of full grain steerhide by the craftspeople of Golden Bear in San Francisco. The large three-inch collar can lay flat for a night out, or snap up to fit beneath your helmet for safety and warmth. Plenty of zippers and pockets for all the EDC gear you will need on the road, and a stunning look that is confident without being cocky, bold without being brash, and tough without being tacky, it will be love at first wear. [Purchase]

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