Leather Motorcycle Jacket - Men's - Bomber - Black - Up To 5XL - STALWART-DS

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Leather Motorcycle Jacket - Men's - Bomber - Black - Up To 5XL - STALWART-DS

Was: $345.00
Now: $249.99

Leather Motorcycle Jacket - Men's - Bomber - Black - Up To 5XL - STALWART-DS

Was: $345.00
Now: $249.99

Product details

Leather Motorcycle Jacket - Men's - Ventilated - Up To 12XL - Gun Pockets - DS779-DS.

The largest sizes always sell out first, if you need one of the larger sizes, order asap so you can get one before they are gone.


  • Made of premium New Zealand leather.
  • Standard length.
  • Traditional bomber jacket with center zipper.
  • Two buttoned hand pockets.
  • Ribbed collar, cuffs, and hem.
  • Two interior pockets.
  • Free shipping, so you do not have any extra added expense.

Size Chart

  1. Measure your chest and waist at the largest parts while wearing your normal clothing.
  2. Add 3-4 inches to your measurement for breathing room.
  3. Take the largest of those two measurements and choose your size chart from the chart below.
  4. If your waist is larger than your chest, make sure you use the Waist portion of the Size Chart to choose your size.
  5. The measurements on the size chart are of the jacket itself, these are not your measurements.
  6. Manufacturer's size charts are guides only and may not be exact dimensions.

Size chart for men's Stalwart leather bomber jacket.

A Bit of History About the Leather Bomber Jacket

The leather bomber jacket boasts a rich tapestry of evolution, morphing from a military essential to a cornerstone of contemporary attire. Tracing its roots to the First World War, aviators necessitated robust, insulating garments to combat the biting chill of early combat aircraft's open cockpits. Initially dubbed "flight jackets," these pieces were constructed with rib-knit cuffs and hemlines to seal in warmth, utilizing leather for its resilience and thermal retention.

Through the years, the design saw multiple transformations. In 1927, the U.S. Army unveiled the A-1 model, which introduced a buttoned front and knitted trims to preserve body heat. This model metamorphosed into the iconic A-2, distinguished in the 1930s by its zippered front and fold-down collar, a signature of the bomber jacket aesthetic.

Post-World War II, the bomber jacket made its descent from aerial battlefields to urban fashion, rapidly gaining traction among civilians. It emerged as an emblem of defiance and individualism amongst the youth, especially during the 1950s and 1960s, with its rebellion further immortalized by Hollywood figures like Marlon Brando and James Dean.

Presently, the bomber jacket maintains its status as a versatile and perennial fashion item, effortlessly styled for both casual and refined ensembles. Its perpetual charm has allowed it to be embraced by diverse subcultures and fashion movements through the decades.

At Ghost Rider Leather, the bomber jackets we feature continue to embody this storied legacy with classic design elements. The enduring ribbed cuffs and waistband, coupled with the robust leather construction, mirror the utilitarian yet fashionable qualities that have cemented the bomber jacket's beloved status over the years. While modern iterations incorporate novel materials and designs, they remain true to their hardy, functional origins, making them as desirable today as they were over a century ago.

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