Mens Western Leather Jacket
Leather Jackets are the start of Western outerwear fashion. Mens Western Leather Jacket first came into the Western world in the 19th century when they evolved from duster coats that were worn only by cowboys when riding out in the wild. They were made for the upper class of society that traveled in motorcades and the duster coats were proving to be ineffective.
Western Leather jackets are usually worn with fringes on their backs and sleeves that originate from the 1970s. These fringes are cut in a way that disperses the rain set on the jacket allowing it to dry faster and dispersing all the water and dust blowing around faster. These fringes are usually made up of buckskin which is the skin of a deer. The fringes are also an effective and practical tool for hunting as they break the outline of the person wearing them giving them good camouflage in the wild.
Western leather jackets for men are a huge part of fashion and are still quite famous and wanted around the world. Western leather jackets are now available in different styles such as shearling jackets which are made up of sheepskin or lambskin, Bomber jackets, Aviator jackets, and most importantly Suede jackets. Suede jackets are a historical part of Western fashion.