Full Grain Horween CXL Leather Cavalry Jacket
Full Grain Horween CXL Leather Cavalry Jacket
Full Grain Horween CXL Leather Cavalry Jacket
Full Grain Horween CXL Leather Cavalry Jacket
Full Grain Horween CXL Leather Cavalry Jacket
Full Grain Horween CXL Leather Cavalry Jacket
Full Grain Horween CXL Leather Cavalry Jacket
Full Grain Horween CXL Leather Cavalry Jacket
Full Grain Horween CXL Leather Cavalry Jacket

Full Grain Horween CXL Leather Cavalry Jacket

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One of One Leather Jacket in full-grain Horween Leather
Stunning Horween Chromexcel leather is hand cut and completely hand stitched using fewer pieces of leather than any other leather jacket on the market. This is simply the best leather jacket, completely bespoke, and the last one you’ll ever need.

Measurements:
Sleeve Length: 24.25”
Jacket Length: 24.25”
Shoulder Seam: 6.75”
Model: 6 ft./165 lbs.
Model Chest: 39.75”

I’ve always wanted a solid leather jacket. I even saved up in high school and bought one from a department store. In my quest to find the right one, however, I realized the one I wanted didn’t exist yet. I wanted a simple jacket without excessive shiny metal hardware or too many seams.
This particular leather is world-famous for being a beautifully dynamic material.

The Cost:

This is an expensive leather jacket for a few reasons. (1) The material is the highest quality leather from the American Horween tannery. The German thread and antique brass buttons are both the best available. (2) The cut also adds to the price of this jacket. Every other jacket is pieced together from well over a dozen pieces of leather strategically cut to reduce material waste. The body of this leather jacket, however, is cut from only five pieces of leather! I cut leather to improve the fit, longevity, and function of the jacket. This means less of the hide is used to make this piece, and that is costly. The most important benefit to this is being able to choose the exact piece for each panel of the jacket body. I can select ones that are stiffer where it should be, and more giving where the jacket needs to flex. The labor is the next part. It is extremely time consuming to make this heritage leather jacket by hand. It adds up to over 50hrs of work for me to complete a jacket, as compared to less than an hr on an assembly line.