A collaboration between Wisconsin-based retailer Context and two legendary American manufacturers – Horween Tannery and Schott NYC – this classic “D Pocket” horsehide Perfecto jacket is a tribute to the original motorcycle jacket designed by Irving Schott in 1928. The jacket is made of Horween front quarter, top grain, natural Chromexel horsehide, and is handmade in the Schott NYC factory in Union, New Jersey. Rarely are motorcycle jackets cut from natural Horween horsehide. This jacket is built to withstand centuries of abuse, and thanks to natural Chromexcel, requires no care and benefits from consistent wear. The Schott NYC CXL 113 Horween horsehide Perfecto motorcycle jacket is now available exclusively at Context for $990 USD.
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