BUCO J-100 HORSE HIDE LEATHER RIDERS JACKET
BUCO (originally Joseph Buegeleisen Co.) has long had a reputation for quality and dependability, particularly in leather goods. During the 1940s the company began developing it’s motorcycle apparel based on military garments used in all corners of the World from the frozen Arctic to the African deserts wherever young Americans had been deployed to fight for freedom and injustice. As the 50s approached, Buco was at the forefront of Americana motorcycle culture and secured their place in history as the jacket of the All-American rebel. The Buco J-100 jacket recreated by the Real McCoy’s is perfect for the colder, wetter Autumnal weather. The genuine horsehide vegetable tanned and Aniline Dyed Leather jacket was originally used for competitive racing in the 1950s. Details include authentic 1950s Talon Front, chest and sleeve zippers with leather pulls, a Talon seven-link chain with diamond pull-tab on the chest pockets and a Buco embossed snap button closure at collar stand. An American classic, made in Japan, looking as badass as any leather jacket out there. A good leather jacket is not cheap, and a cheap leather jacket is not good. You can get yours via SUPERDENIM for just over a bag of sand, and up to three weeks wait. Believe me this will be worth it.