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Men's Vintage Leather Cafe Racer Motorcycle Biker Jacket 40R S/M
Men's Vintage Leather Cafe Racer Motorcycle Biker Jacket 40R S/M
Men's Vintage Leather Cafe Racer Motorcycle Biker Jacket 40R S/M
Men's Vintage Leather Cafe Racer Motorcycle Biker Jacket 40R S/M
Men's Vintage Leather Cafe Racer Motorcycle Biker Jacket 40R S/M
Men's Vintage Leather Cafe Racer Motorcycle Biker Jacket 40R S/M
Men's Vintage Leather Cafe Racer Motorcycle Biker Jacket 40R S/M
Men's Vintage Leather Cafe Racer Motorcycle Biker Jacket 40R S/M
Men's Vintage Leather Cafe Racer Motorcycle Biker Jacket 40R S/M
Men's Vintage Leather Cafe Racer Motorcycle Biker Jacket 40R S/M
Men's Vintage Leather Cafe Racer Motorcycle Biker Jacket 40R S/M
Men's Vintage Leather Cafe Racer Motorcycle Biker Jacket 40R S/M

Men's Vintage Leather Cafe Racer Motorcycle Biker Jacket 40R S/M
Men’s Vintage 1970’s Cafe Racer Lightning Zipper Leather Jacket 40R S/M. The term cafe racer originated among British motorcycle enthusiasts of the early 1960s and 1970’s in London, specifically within the rocker or “Ton-Up Boys” youth subculture, where the bikes were used for short, quick rides between popular cafés, in Watford at the Busy Bee café, and the Ace cafe in stonebridge London. In post-war Britain, car ownership was still uncommon, but by the late 1950s the average Briton could afford a car. So by the early 1960s the café racer’s significance was that a bike had come to represent speed, status and rebellion, rather than mere inability to afford a car. In 2014, journalist Ben Stewart described the café racer as a look made popular when European kids stripped down their small-displacement bikes to zip from one café hangout to another. Writing in 1973, Wallace Wyss maintained that the term café racer was originally used in Europe to describe a “motorcyclist who played at being an Isle of man road racer” but was actually someone who owned a racy machine but merely parked it near his table at the local outdoor cafe. Sleeve zips, two front chest pockets with zips, two side pockets with zips, press stud collar. Measurements with garment laid flat. A (Underarm to underarm, measured at front): 22 inch. B (Underarm to cuff, measured at front): 18 inch. C (Shoulder to cuff, measured at front): 26 inch. D (Across lower body): 21 inch. E (Shoulder to shoulder): 18.5 inch. F (Length, excluding collar, measured top to bottom at back): 27 inch. The item “Men’s Vintage Leather Cafe Racer Motorcycle Biker Jacket 40R S/M” is in sale since Wednesday, May 1, 2019. This item is in the category “Clothes, Shoes & Accessories\Vintage Clothing & Accessories\Men’s Vintage Clothing\Coats & Jackets”. The seller is “suit-saver” and is located in West Yorkshire. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Modified Item: Yes
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  • Style: Cafe Racer
  • Chest Size Measurement: 22″
  • Look: Mod/GoGo
  • Chest Size: M (39-41)
  • Decade: 1970s
  • Material: Leather
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Shoulder to Shoulder: 18.5″
  • Main Colour: Black
  • Modification Description: Dry Cleaned/ Restored.
  • Occasion: Special Occasion
  • Brand: Unbranded

Men's Vintage Leather Cafe Racer Motorcycle Biker Jacket 40R S/M