Brown is probably easier to wear for the average guy, but it really depends what you want. Black looks better for double riders; brown is probably better for bombers. Bombers are arguably easier to wear, but some guys really like DRs.
Again, think you should focus more on design than quality. Looks are obviously subjective, but the stuff you've been posting doesn't look good to me (again, subjectively). Given that, I'm not sure why it matters if it's built well or not. FWIW, pre-distressed leathers are sometimes done to hide the imperfections in a poor quality hide -- although it's sometimes also just a design feature. Almost any jacket will last five years, even the cheapest ones. You're paying a premium so that a jacket looks good, not so that it can last past five years.
I think you should just set your purchase off for six or eight months and pay attention to the styles and brands you like, then figure things out from there.
Good advice! Well i am not really sure what design i want so maybe it's need better to wait.
What do you mean "I am not sure why it matter if it's built well or not"? I don't want my leather jacket for 300+ eur to break apart or change color (or whatever else may happen) because it's very poor quality stuff.
I mean you guys dislike these no-name brands, then my question is, what's wrong with them? If it's same as comparing 30K watch to 500 watch, then I am perfectly fine with 500 watch because it's still great watch and will last for ages.