Leather jackets - Page 4
You guys are never getting a full picture of me. No matter what it looked like, I'd never live it down.
What do you guys think about Acne Jeans leather jackets?
I really like the first one of them.
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If you are buying a leather jacket to look cool, any of the previous mentioned jackets will fit the bill.
However, if you really are going to get yourself a motorcycle, take the MSF beginner rider course, please, before you end up dead.
Also, if a "motorcycle" jacket does not have armor in it, it is a FASHION statement, NOT a piece of legitimate safety gear, regardless of the weight of the leather.
Here is the jacket I wear when I choose leather:
If you are going to get a jacket for riding, get one with CE approved shoulder and elbow armor, and a CE approved backpad. A CE approved chest protector would be good too, although not as readily available.
If you want to know anything else about what to wear when you ride to stay alive in the event of a crash, I can point you in the right direction. If you want a jacket just for fashion, then I've no doubt that you are in far, far better hands than mine on this forum.
Good luck and think twice about getting a motorcycle. If you don't already ride, it's a bad habit to start, IMO.