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Milwaukee Sioux Falls Motorcycle Leather Jacket

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Milwaukee Sioux Falls Motorcycle Leather Jacket

$263.00

4.0 (2 Reviews)

Item Number: 082918

89 - BLACK
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    • Milwaukee heavyweight black leather motorcycle jacket protects & rides stylish
    • Four vented, zip-closure body panels & mesh lining provide cooling comfort
    • Zip-out quilted nylon/acetate body lining
    • Fit adjust elastic side insets, zipper gusset cuffs, & Velcro leather side tabs
    • Reflective back yoke piping
    • FIT NOTE: Slightly fitted motorcycle styling

    Motorcyclists have been trusting Carroll Companies Milwaukee motorcycle leather jackets and leather motorcycle apparel for nearly three decades. Milwaukee pairs rugged, contemporary good looks with the protective features motorcyclists need. Milwaukee motorcycle jackets feature the finest leathers - choice skins chosen for softness, luster, and durability. The Milwaukee Sioux Falls motorcycle jacket features heavyweight zipper closures. Two side secure zip closure pockets, two inside zip pockets, and inside cell phone pocket. Ribbed elbow pads. Back length (collar to hem) is 27". Body lining is made of 50% nylon/50% acetate. Mid-weight 100% polyester fill. Sizes: M(38-40), L(42-44), XL(46-48).

    Rated 4 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Great jacket, great price! I have another jacket by Milwaukee Leather and this jacket is just as nice. Good quality jacket at a very reasonable price. Comfortable and well made. You will not be disappointed. September 12, 2013
    Rated 3 out of 5 by exelent mc-jacket this mc-jacket is too small, - uncorrect sizing. it is sized XL, but it is a L. but nice leather and the innerpockets are placed practical for reaching cellphone or license/documents. but the mainzipper should go all the way up - it leaves a small opening where the wind is blowing direct against your throat. wear a scarf here. June 8, 2010
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