The leather jacket is a staple piece that has been around for several decades. The jacket was first introduced during the First World War and later transitioned into the motorcycle jacket in the 1920’s. Thicker leather and heavy hardware was used to create a protective layer for motorcyclists. Later in the 1950’s young teens wore the jacket for a statement of individuality. Over the years the jacket acquired studs, spikes, patches, fringe, and more.
The leather jacket today has stayed true to itself, but has modernized through use of color, texture, and cuts. +Beryll leather jackets are created with super soft 100% lamb leather shell and cotton lining. Centered zip fly front with +Beryll cross. Each piece is treated by hand and is unique. Handcrafted by good people in Los Angeles.