This vintage jacket was made in the early-mid 1950s under the Windward label for Montgomery Ward. It is made of horse hide leather in a surcoat length half-belt cut. It has handwarmer pockets, a zipped breast pocket and flapped cargo pockets. The jacket has a quilted lining.
This vintage jacket was made in the early 1950s. It is made from brown horsehide leather with a Talon zipper. It has elasticized sides, a front and back yoke, an angled chest zip and handwarmer and snapped cargo pockets.
This vintage leather jacket was made in the early 1950s. It is made of Front Quarter Horsehide, in a classic motorcycle jacket cut, with an offset zipper, cigarette pocket, handwarmer pockets, epaulettes, belted waist and chest pocket. The main zipper is a Talon, of an design used in the early 1950s with a U shaped, wide rib, unmarked stopbox and square holed slider. The bell shaped zips on the sleeves are unmarked. The chest pocket zip has an enamel Triumph Twin badge and the front of the jacket has an American Motorcyclist Association enamel pin. The epaulettes have star studs and the jacket has bi-swing shoulders. The back panel has developed an amazing grain. The jacket has a quilted lining.
This “grizzly” jacket was made by the Aero Leather Clothing Co. of Scotland under their Thunder Bay label. It is made of heavyweight brown front quarter horsehide leather, with a mouton collar and sheepskin panels. It has slash handwarmer pockets, a belted waist, Talon zipper, button cuffs and an alpaca lining.