Description: This stylish mid-length real leather jacket belongs to Alen Cooper’s latest winter outerwear collection. It is a mid-length coat and it is of 100% real leather (sheepskin). Its peaked lapel collar style is making it classier than other options. It has big buttoned front closure, long sleeves and secure side pockets as main attributes. For a casual to a formal look, you can carry this option easily.
Storyline: Leather has a long history. The leather jacket is in the existence from the First World War time. After the creation of the motorcycle, it got popular among the U.S military. In 1918, Harley-Davidson provided half of the U.S army’s motorcycle. And that time, military men felt the need of adding protective outerwear for the bike riding purpose. And during World War II black, leather jacket and motorcycle were just commonplace. Irving Schott designed the biker jacket and inspired all the bike riders for enabling more protection (not only the military men). And this how the style entered into the common people’s style and according to Collen Hill “Part of the jacket’s appeal is its inherent practicality—it is warm, durable, and often looks better with age”.