This is a classic style motorcycle jacket by Met in Jeans that is done in an antique brown, nylon fabric. As in other motorcycle style jackets, the fit is on the slimmer side with a raised waistband that will fall around the top of your waistline, done in a stretchy ribbed fabric that is repeated in the collar and the cuffs. The vertical seaming throughout this Met in Jeans jacket adds interest, as well as drawing the eye from your shoulders to your waist, which gives you an inherently slimmer look – which we all could use with several of our men’s clothing items.
The details in this motorcycle style jacket give it an aviator feel, first with the chunky zipper pull for ease of use. Plus, the front slash pockets that snap closed to secure your leather gloves or keep your hands warm while you are out walking, and the left-sided multi-compartment zippered pocket, which gives you the ability to stash your debit card, iPhone, MP3 player, or just some cash. In fact, even mens accessories like an extra tie or passport wallet would sit cozily.
The fabric of the Met in Jeans motorcycle style jacket is nylon, which is lighter that the heavier weight leather that is usually seen in this style of jacket. This allows the wearer greater flexibility of movement compared to its heavier counterpart, but not that you will be able to do cart-wheels if you never could before. Also, the fur lining is added to this men’s jacket in order to provide extra warmth, without the bulk.
This Met in Jeans nylon jacket would look sharp with your favorite denim jeans and a pair of men’s Ascot slip-on, leather shoes from Ugg or tan leather and suede lace-up Lamarcks from Lacoste. It may not be the jacket that you reach for when it’s 20 degrees below zero, but it will keep you warm and looking good throughout a good part of the season.