The Flat Head Horsehide 50s Single Riders Jacket (Brown Tea-Cored)
Talking about some of the best ‘Made In Japan' leather jackets, you can not ignore The Flat Head! The concept of this single riders jacket is inspired by the 1950s vintage version, The Flat Head does re-create this jacket to the next level!
The shell is made of a 1.3mm thick horsehide which is specially developed by Shinki, the most famous Japanese leather tannery for The Flat Head! It takes 4 ~ 6 months to finish its vegetable tanning process and its brown uneven dyeing (a.k.a Brown Tea-core Dyeing). With wear, you will expect some more beautiful sheen and also some reddish-brown underneath coming up little by little.
This jacket is lined with their signature lightweight kersey rayon, which is made up of the fibre of bamboo. It is antibacterial material and also makes this horsehide jacket more breathable on warm days!
Construction-wise, this jacket has 'Leather Piping Construction' in the back yoke for extra strength. The back has twin iron buckles that allow you to adjust for different styling and layering in different seasons! The buckles are painted with brass, with wear, you will expect both buckles will age to a crackled vintage look.
Fitting-wise, compared with some 1950s vintage versions, the sleeves are slimmer and shorter, the body shape is more curved which fits perfectly for a modern fashionable look!
For those who are looking for an 'Only The Best' single riders horsehide jacket, we guarantee this will amaze you!
- Shell: 1.3mm vegetable tanned & brown uneven dyed horsehide (which will appear some reddish-brown underneath with many wear)
- Lining: Japanese lightweight kersey rayon
- Left chest pocket & Twin front side pockets with “Universal” zippers
- Iron buckles painted in brass
- Hidden internal chest pocket
- Adjustable waistbands
- Slim fit
- Made In Japan
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