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Leather Motorcycle Jacket

$330.00 $280.00





Women's updated distressed leather classic motorcycle jacket. Made from distressed leather giving it a unique one of a kind look. Specifically designed for the female frame, stylish and packed with features. Distressed colours give a "weathered look", producing an appearance of age and wear to your jacket.

  • 6 air vents, 2 in chest, 2 at front and 2 in sleeve
  • 2 front zip pockets and 2 internal pockets
  • Short racing collar with snap fastening
  • A zip-out liner,  highly versatile in any temperature.
  • Complete set of 5 removable CE approved armour (2 elbow, 2 shoulder & spine)
  • Adjustable zips at hips for comfort when sitting
  • Zip and stud sleeve closure
  • All zips are original heavy duty YKK,
  • Brass antique buttons - 100% rust proof
PLEASE NOTE: Each jacket is INDIVIDUALLY treated, and will have a different colour and look. Photo colours may differ from actual item due to lighting during the photo shoot or your monitors display.
Postage is FREE anywhere in Australia (includes tracking) 
Registered and express post also available


General › Men › Clothing
AU UK EU EU Chest Slim Chest Classic Neck
XS 32 81 2 90 95 37
S 34 87 3 95 100 38
M 36 91 4 100 105 41
L 40 102 5 105 110 43
XL 42 107 6 110 115 44
2XL 44 115 7 115 120 46
3XL 46 120 8 120 125 48
Body measurements are in centimetres.
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