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The Moto Jacket - Whiskey Steerhide
Taylor Stitch - The Moto Jacket - Whiskey Steerhide
We've admired this jacket from afar for some time now. Golden Bear is one of our favorite American Manufacturers, and they went ahead and knocked this right out of the park for Taylor Stitch. The original design was one of the owner's father's jacket that was reproduced for Taylor Stitch. They've been producing it for long enough to see how it ages, and trust us...it's good. This will darken and patina with wear like nothing else in the lineup. The color is initially a bright whiskey that changes to a deep honey brown eventually. With just under a century in production, you can trust Golden Bear to do everything the right way.
- Handmade in San Francisco by Golden Bear.
- Chrome-tanned, drum-dyed 3.5-oz. full-grain steerhide.
- Fully lined.
- Thinsulate™ insulation.
- Flannel-lined pockets.
- Hidden Snap collar.
- Zippered chest pockets.
- Interior chest pocket.
- YKK two-way antique brass zipper.
- Sleeve cuffs with antique brass zippers.
- Zig-zag-stitch reinforced collar and inside leather wind flap.
- Articulated bi-swing shoulder for greater range of movement.
- Dry clean only by leather professionals.
|36 – XS||39½||17¼||33¾||23½|
|38 – S||41½||17¾||34½||24¼|
|40 – M||43½||18¼||35¼||25|
|42 – L||45½||18¾||36||25¾|
|44 – XL||48||19⅜||36¾||26½|
|46 – XXL||50½||20||37½||27¼|
A variance of .25" is to be expected.
Fit Notes: Buy your true size in this jacket. Very few people will be able to or want to size down in this jacket like shop owner Tommy did for the pictures. Ultimately, both jackets fit...he just likes the way the 38 fits better. But to be honest, there aren't pictures of it zipped up, because it looks quite silly for the purpose of pictures. But in reality, a true moto jacket is supposed to be this tight. As long as you still have room to reach, which he does because of the bi-swing back, you should go tight. But ultimately, you should really buy your true size. Tommy is 5'10," 170lbs with a 40" chest.