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Unless you have a particularly strong taste for gold-plated shirts or diamond-encrusted underwear, a leather jacket is likely to be the biggest investment you’ll ever make in your wardrobe. Splash out on a good one, and your future grandkids might one day end up wearing it. Then again, don’t start thinking you can go from zero to badass simply by throwing a lot of money at the problem. A poorly-fitting leather jacket looks ridiculous, no matter how much it cost.


Select The Right Skin

Taking the time to select the right skin for your jacket is a decision you will thank yourself for every time you put it on. This crucial choice will dictate everything from looks to comfort, to performance and long-lasting durability, so it’s not something you should take lightly. That said, the tanning of leather is an incredibly complex process and there are many, many factors to take into account. Here’s a short breakdown of a few of them:

The first choice is what animal you want your leather to come from. While you might think most leather comes from cows, in actual fact bovine leather (also known as steerhide) is fairly stiff and takes a long time to wear in. As such, it’s often reserved for the more practical end of the market (motorcycle protection etc.) along with similar hides like horse or buffalo. A far softer alternative is calfskin, which is pliable and feels like it’s broken-in almost from the first wear, but is less hardwearing in the long run.

A sound alternative to these is Goatskin, which manages to be both supple and durable at the same time, not to mention highly water repellent.Sheepskin, has some similar flexible qualities and is lighter than goat or cow, but isn’t as tough. LambSkin, meanwhile, is the thinnest, lightest and softest of them all, but is incredibly delicate and likely to tear and scratch easily.  – is actually a fine choice if tanned well. Soft and pliable, it has a very minor grain that makes it seem smoother than many other options, although poor-quality pigskin can look noticeably cheap.

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Find A Good Fit

All that money you poured into good quality leather and a stylish cut is like sticking chrome rims on your grandma’s Volvo. A good jacket should look and feel as effortless as a second skin, so you need a fit that suits your frame. By and large it should sit close to the body, so the general advice is to be sparing with your underlayers and take a size smaller than the one you might normally opt for. After all, this is not a winter coat, and you are not an eskimo.

High-cut armholes are commonplace in good quality pieces and ideally there should be just enough room to move your arms freely without any unsightly bits of loose-hanging leather at the armpit or shoulder. The sleeves, meanwhile, should come down no longer than the wrists, while the rest of the jacket should sit at waist height in all cases but the Fatigue style (as mentioned earlier).

Those with a thinner shape will benefit from a tight or elasticated waistband, as it will accentuate the shoulders and suggest a broader torso. Conversely, the bulkier among you should avoid anything that will stretch around your contours or make you look more round. Go for a straight cut, unless you want to look like a beer-swilling nightclub bouncer.

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Cow Skin :  The most commonly used leather in work gloves. It is known for its strength and durability. This hide maintains its integrity and takes the shape of the wearer.

Buffalo Skin :  Buffalo leather is durable and abrasion resistant, yet comfortable. It also resists punctures better than most types of leather.

Goat Skin : Contains the highest natural lanolin content, which makes these work gloves soft and pliable, yet very durable.

 Grain : Leather that has had the upper “top grain” and lower “split” layers separated. The second-highest quality grade of leather is this top layer which has had the “split” layer separated away. This makes it thinner and more pliable than full grain

Split :Leather created from the fibrous part of the hide left once the top-grain of the rawhide has been separated from the hide. During the splitting operation, the top grain and drop split are separated. The drop split can be further split (thickness allowing) into a middle split and a flesh split.

Sizes : To obtain your glove size, use a tape measure to find the circumference of your hand around the palm. This measure, in inches, is your glove size. If the measurement is 10″ then specify size 10 or L (Large)

Glove XS S M L XL 2XL Jumbo
Hand 6-7 7-8 8-9 9-10 10-11 11-12 12-13

Compare Gloves Perfomance :

Cow Skin Buffalo Skin Goat Skin Split
Dexterity Good Very Good Very Good  Good
Durability Good Fair Fair Fair
Flexibility Good Excellent Excellent Fair
Abrasion Resistance Good Fair Good Good
Dries Soft & Flexible No Yes Yes Yes
Cold Blocking Very Good Good Good Good
Breathability Fair Fair Good Good
Puncture Resistance Good Fair Good Good
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Unless you’re stacking serious pocket change, buying a leather jacket is likely to be a major long-term investment, so you’ll want it to last. While it is technically possible to replace things like zips, buttons and buckles if they wear out, doing so is neither cheap nor easy, so save yourself the headache and make sure the hardware is up to scratch before you hand over any green. YKK or RiRi zips are a must – anything less is a con.

Beyond that, be sure to check the quality of the lining. If a jacket is lined with something thin and flimsy, then chances are the leather is cheap and low-grade too. What’s more, if that lining rips, you’re going to have a serious job on your hands to replace it. Check the stitching at the seams both inside and outside for an indication of how many man-hours went into producing it. A good quality jacket will be stitched densely and evenly with strong polyester thread, and should have no loose ends or potential points of weakness to come undone further down the line.

With all this knowledge at your disposal, you should find yourself equipped to make a purchase you will love for decades. Stay tuned for future posts in this series and check out the entire ‘Check Before You Buy’ archive,