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Good Tuesday morning all, its that time again for me to showcase another lovely ladies leather motorcycle jacket. This leather jacket is a very high quality jacket that I have just got in and it is really beautifully put together.
As you can see above it is a ladies black soft cowhide leather motorcycle jacket with vibrant pink colored wings on the back with also pink trim. Both the wings and the trim are reflective at nighttime, which makes it a lot more easier for others to see you. Continue reading Women’s Premium Soft Cowhide Leather Motorcycle Jacket W Pink Reflective Tribal Wings, Studs
How’s everyone doing today, out riding the Harley? I’m stuck in here, writing this post, lol. Well, now that I’ve explained how to get the best leather for a leather jacket, I’ll explain a bit about all the leather hardware that goes into a leather jacket. Hardware is anything that is sewn, stamped, snapped, crimped or otherwise attached to a leather jacket, or other leather product.
It can be the zipper, conchos, button snaps, studs, buckles, anything. There are special leather tools made to work this stuff into the leather. Anything that is just forced through the leather makes it weak and likely to tear. Leather tools cut the small holes and so on needed to attach the hardware.
Now, the last thing you want is to have your hardware rust! Not only will that render the hardware useless, it will destroy the leather around it. Real cheap leather is sometimes made with hardware that rust, I call it rustware. Also the thickness of the hardware determines how good it is. A thin cheap snap will pull out or stop snapping together. Continue reading Leather hardware for leather jackets