Leather coats, classic apparel for warm winter use

Womens leather coat

It’s almost time once again to be taking your winter wardrobe out of storage and dusting off your sweaters, jackets, and coats. This will provide you with a great opportunity to update and expand your outerwear. If you don’t already own a couple of leather coats, consider buying one.

Leather coats have been fashionable for years, but this winter they’ll be hotter than ever! Genuine leather just makes good sense. For one thing, it’s a natural material that’s extremely durable.

When properly cared for, leather coats will last for decades. Unlike outerwear made of fabric, leather coats will maintain their shape winter after winter, so they’ll keep their inherent good looks.
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Fall, time for leather jackets and coats!

Fall, time to get out your leather jackets!

Hi everyone, sorry it’s been a while since I made a new post, busy busy ya know! Now that Labor day weekend has gone that means lots of the country is getting ready for fall and winter.

That means getting out your leather jackets and coats. This is a good time to take a look at them and see if any damage has been done to the leather while in storage.

Do you see any green gunk around the zippers or hardware? If so that might be a sign of leather mildew. If you wipe it off and the leather looks okay then your fine.
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Care of leather jackets in the winter and cold

care of leather jackets in the winter and cold

When winter comes most people put away their leather motorcycle jackets. Unless your down south like Florida where I am. In that case it’s perfect for biking at this time of year! But even if your up north there still are plenty of fashion leather jackets and shearling leather jackets made for the winter to wear as all around jackets and coats.

Most have no idea what, if any, extra care should be done with leather jackets in the winter time. There are a few things you should do to help your leather jacket make it through the winter months as best as possible, as well as things not to do. The number one enemy of leather jackets in the cold winter months is drying out from the cold dry air. [Read more…]