Rare vintage 1950s-60s Perfecto steerhide leather motorcycle jacket, totally distressed. The Perfecto style biker jacket was originally designed by Irving Schott in 1928 and has remained a classic style ever since. The jacket also comes with a Harley Davidson pin attached to the lapel. Can fit men or women, see measurements and all condition details below.
Measurements and Item Details:
Fits like: Men's XS, women's small
Fabric: Leather, with what feels like a nylon lining
Brand: Perfecto Genuine
Condition: Distressed/as is, with light wear, wrinkling, minor discoloration and some nicks along the edges throughout, tears and discoloration throughout the lining (see photos), two tiny holes on the lower back of the left sleeve, and part of the fastener for the Harley pin is missing so it isn't totally secured shut. There are seam gaps throughout (specifics listed below), all zippers still work besides the main central closing zipper:
Central zipper: a 3" tear at the bottom left of the zipper where the teeth have torn off so the zipper isn't functional.
Sleeves: a 2.5" seam gap on the back seam of the right sleeve near the elbow, a seam gap along one side of the right sleeve zipper and the sleeve hangs open there (see close up photo), a repaired seam gap on the other side of the right sleeve zipper, a seam gap along the left side of the left sleeve zipper (the leather there is still secure at the hem so the sleeve doesn't hang open).
Pockets: a seam gap along one side of the right pocket zipper, a 2" seam on one side of the left pocket zipper, and a 3.5" seam gap along the top edge of the chest pocket zipper
Other: a 2" seam gap on the middle back left.
Shoulders (seam to seam): 15.5"
Shown on a 5’9” model with measurements of 33”-24”-37”, usually wears a size extra small to small. See our FAQ section for more information on sizing and condition ratings.