1970s Leather Easyrider Jacket
This jacket was made in the 1970s and we've only ever seen one other in all the years we've had it. It could not be more perfect, and we don't say that lightly. The fit is completely modern and fits a size small like a glove. The leather is buttery soft with alternating red, white, and dark navy blue panels and sewn on white stars. The lining is a deep purple acetate. Closes at the front with double-breasted brass snaps and has two front pockets. We have had many people offer to buy this jacket over the years but have never been able to let it go until now. We hope this jacket finds an incredible home with someone who will appreciate this jaw-dropping piece of nearly 50 year old fashion history.
VERY good for it's age. Leather is extremely flexible and buttery soft, no stiff areas anywhere. Lining is fully intact except for one area near top neck that has been stitched closed by hand. White leather areas have some discolorations but it just looks perfectly worn-in and amazing to us.
Fiber Content: Leather shell, acetate lining
Measurements laying flat
Bottom opening: 15.5"
Sleeve about 22.5" long from where a shoulder seam would be (there are no shoulder seams)
Check measurements. This fits Brit like a glove and she is 5'9" and 125lbs and wears a size small.