Up for grabs: original 50s black leather motorcycle jacket


THE LOOK has been granted first look at this rock fashion classic: a 50s black leather motorcycle jacket which is being put up for sale by the owner, who purchased it from a thrift store on The Bowery in 1975.

The jacket is in remarkable condition considering that it has been on the road and around the world in the last three-and-a-half decades.

It was also worn for its purpose; the owner ran a Harley for a number of years.





Adorned with Harley Davidson and American Motorcycle Association patches, this is a Sears Roebuck AllState, with black quilted lining and lined, zippered pockets complete with original black suede pulls. There is also a metal-poppered flap pocket.

The belt is retained with a screw in the back panel. Details include epaulettes with star-shaped studs, shoulder vents and zips on each sleeve cuff.



For further details and inquiries, contact THE LOOK at thelook@rockpopfashion.com.

***NOTE: Following interest in this from our readers the vendor has opted for this to be listed for sale on eBaY. You can find the listing here. Best of luck.***


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