A high-quality leather jacket is extremely versatile, it is timeless, and has the potential to last you forever. Plus, they come in many different styles and colors to match the specific preference. Here are a few of the most popular choices:
The leather biker jacket is thick and hard-wearing. It has great abrasion properties to give a certain degree of protection in the event of an accident. They are also highly resistant to rain and wind. The style of the jacket is slim and tight-fitting across the arms and body. This slim fit is necessary to avoid issues with wind buffeting when traveling along the road at high-speed. The cuffs and collars often include zips, straps or other fasteners to stop the wind entering the jacket. Any pockets will have zip fastenings. Also, extra padding is included in certain areas, such as the elbows and shoulders, which are vulnerable points in the event of falling off a motorbike.
The bomber jacket started out as an item of clothing for early pilots because of its ability to provide a high level of warmth and protection. This type of jacket has a loose fit around the arms and body to give greater freedom of movement and insulation. The actual length of the jacket is slightly longer than the biker styles. A rib knit is featured at the hem, cuffs and collar to help keep the warmth in. Also, they often include large bellow or patch pockets for carrying a wide range of items.
The leather blazer is styled on the traditional suit jacket. This is an extremely versatile item and is easily blended with other items of clothes in a casual or formal look. Most of these jackets are single breasted and styled with notched lapels and a choice of two or three buttons. The two button style gives the slimmer look, while the three button style is preferred by those with a larger waistline. The high-quality blazers are designed with buttons at the cuff. This feature may not apply to the low-cost versions. Also, this type of jacket can feature one or two vents on the back.
The reefer jacket is similar in style to the blazer, but with a more casual look. Most are styled with button fastening and have three or four buttons on each side. Other features include a plain back, slanted hip pockets and wide lapels.