Plenty of Pockets in the First Manufacturing Utility Leather Cruising Jacket

If you like to travel light, without bags on your bike, but like to have room to stash your stuff, then the First Manufacturing Utility Cruising Jacket is worth checking out.


Constructed of a soft black leather that has a slight vintage design with it’s side buckle tabs and the wide lapels, you can get that traditional biker style in a durable, protective leather. With an action back for ease of movement and a full sleeve zip out liner, to keep you warm if the weather demands, you’ll be comfy while riding in the First Manufacturing Utility Cruising Jacket. The two way zipper down the front allows for greater adjustment and comfort while the snaps on the collar keep it down in the wind. As for storage this leather motorcycle jacket has 14″ dual utility pockets down the front that double as large vents, along with four additional pockets to stash all your personal stuff. With the dual 14″ vertical rear exhaust vents, you can keep cool if the sun starts to shine.



Now if you want a little more storage and are in need of some warmth for your legs too, check out the First Manufacturing Deep Pocket Chaps, which are unisex sized so your lady can be protected too. With 17″ deep storage pockets on each thigh you can take some more stuff with you on your ride. Made with a abrasion resistant black soft leather, with a mesh liner, you’ll be comfy in these motorcycle chaps. The unfinished bottom cuff allows you to trim them to your height and with 4 snaps and a long zipper they are easy to slip in/out of when needed.

So before your next ride, grab this pair of First Manufacturing Leather Motorcycle Gear, so you can look cool and be comfortable.

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