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10 Pockets Vests In Split Cowhide Leather

10 Pockets Vests In Split Cowhide Leather

 Men's 10 Pockets Vests in Split Cowhide Leather. Side Laces 2 front pockets, 2 vertical front zippe..

$60.00 $120.00 Sale Price: $60.00

1" 3-Ring Binder

1" 3-Ring Binder

Features: FN - Florentine napa drum-dyed cowhide GL - Genuine leather PV - Vinyl Locking O-ring and..

$45.99 $91.98 Sale Price: $45.99

10 Pockets Brown Vest In Premium Buffalo Leather

10 Pockets Brown Vest In Premium Buffalo Leather

Men's 10 Pockets Brown Vest in Premium Buffalo Leather. Side laces, 2 front pockets, 2 vertical fron..

$135.00 $270.00 Sale Price: $135.00

There are a variety of styles of leather jackets and different versions versions have been associated with different cultures. For example, the leather jacket has  been associated with Hells Angels, fighter pilots, punkers, and law enforcements, which wears jackets for protections and to be intimidating. In the 20th century the leather jacket became an icon, largely through Hollywood. Examples include Marlon Brando, Michael Pare, James Dean, and Arnold Schwarzenegger. All of these actors popularized leather jackets in American, British, Canadian and Australian culture. Another American icon from Happy Days, Henry Winkler’s ‘Fonzie’ also popularized the leather jacket. The Fonz’ jacket is now in the Smithsonian while the movie Grease also popularized leather jackets. The brown leather jackets worn by pilots and military called bomber jackets which were made to specific government specifications and seen in various movies, think Jimmy Stewart. Bomber Jackets, mouton collars, remain popular. Of course, who can forget Tom Cruise’s jacket in the movie Top Gun? 
Other popular leather jackets include the Terminator jacket, which became the  trademark of Harley-Driving Terminator, Wrestler Bret Hart's leather jacket, leather jackets worn by  the Black Panthers, punk rock, heavy metal, etc. These jackets have been worn to connote a rebellious image.