Item Etiquette : Schott Leather Jacket General Style 67 Comments

JKISSI : When thinking of where to begin my leather jacket journey purchase the company Schott NYC came to mind instantly. People may label leather jackets as something trendy or popular, but the truth of the matter is they can never go out of style. The leather jacket is a American classic varying in different styles, colors and lengths. My earliest memory of my first leather jacket was a biker jacket from Vanson leathers which obviously became out of fit within years. Once again I faced the dilemma of purchasing another jacket even with all the information learned it was still a hesitant process. With a new breed of  quality leather jackets being made it can become expensive, but this life time purchase can be worth it in terms of longevity. Similar to a pair of raw denim jeans you would purchase this piece can last for a very long time.  I chose to go with a leather bomber with it’s thick knit wrist and neck bands to keep the body warm during the colder months.  It seems nothing is better than to have a full lineup when it comes outerwear during the fall and winter seasons.

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Schott NYC (Schott Bros.) the first company to place zippers on jackets started back  in 1913 by two brothers Irving and Jack Schott in New York City.  The two brothers sought out to produce quality driven products with a function more than appealing to fashion and style world. The company produced garments for the US Military during World War II and continues to produce the classic naval pea coat for the US Navy.  Schott NYC is considered a American classic manufactured right here in the United States, it’s great to see a company withstand many years and still stay true to it’s roots.


JKISSISchott NYC Leather BomberTopman Gray Herringbone cap – GAP Flannel – A.P.C New Cures – Ralph Lauren Ranger Boot – David Z exclusive

Schott NYC were great enough to add a promo code just for Street Etiquette readers – Promo code: Street09 – 15% off reg. priced items – Take advantage guys

Fit Description : – : The Schott bomber was the perfect choice even in the midst of many jackets to choose from, I wanted to stray away from my usual  love for biker style jackets. The details on the jacket were vital to my decision the triple thick collar, multiple zippers on the front and hand warmer insulated pockets were perfect. When it comes to leathers it seems people are more comfortable to pick black, of course going with anything you pair it with. The brown also gives off a classic bomber feeling which I really thought would work well with what I had in mind. New Cures have just experienced their first treatment at the dry cleaners, faded beautifully. Classic Ralph Lauren ranger boots more known as ‘Cookies’ in gray a collaboration with Ronnie Fieg of David Z and Ralph Lauren. I recently wrote a short article on our Hypebeast blog about the Lo-Lifes in correlation with Ralph Lauren.  I know you guys are still awaiting that much anticipated Boot post we’re still working hard on that post.

Biker jackets are probably my favorite style of the leather jacket. Here are a few pictures which I think personify the jacket style.



Chosen Few Motorcycle Club – TheSelvedageYard


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  • Mat

        posted on November 27 , 2009 :

    Great post! I’ve been on the hunt to invest in a good leather jacket this year. This may hep a little. I love how you’ve started to infuse fashion history into your posts now, it’s what keeps me coming back.

    Keep up the good work!

  • Milly

        posted on November 27 , 2009 :

    I love the fit of that jacket.

  • Prêt-à-Porter P

        posted on November 27 , 2009 :

    Leather jacket are classic pieces. It is just certain styles that go in and out of popularity. Right now it’s the motorcycle jacket aka “the Perfecto.” I believe it was Schott’s that actually coined “The Perfecto” name, which Balenciaga calls their version too.
    I like that you chose a bomber style, love a bomber jacket. As always your color coordination is always on point, even your choice of background is on point too. The boots are especially awesome.
    ALso your Moto gang pics are pretty awesome too.


        posted on November 27 , 2009 :

    Mat : I highly recommend looking into it man can define a outfit all depending on the jacket style you choose and such, tjhanks man try to give a little background or text on things than just posting a picture of ourselves alone and say “look what I wore” lol that’s what forums are for mainly I would say.

    Milly : Yeah its a great jacket it’s actually a medium for anyone wondering , 6’1 162 lbs to give people a better idea on the fits of the jacket.

  • D-Why

        posted on November 27 , 2009 :

    Another well thought out post. The jacket is official (granted a little different than I expected, but dope nonetheless)…not everyone can pull off hats like that. The polo boots add a nice street flare to what is otherwise a pretty traditional-style outfit. Fingerless gloves are a nice touch. You know what it is my dude, will be hitting you up soon.



        posted on November 27 , 2009 :

    Pret-a-porter P : You’re absolutelyright on that about certain styles going out of style, I think the biker jacket has been in the light for some time now. Like who didn’t want the Marlon Brando, James dean type of bad boy look even today. Yup Schott did coin the name “The Perfecto” one of their most popular jackets. Yeah like I said above I love biker style jackets but opted out on purchasing it this time around, maybe the next time, thank you pret-a-porter for always commenting we’re thankful for that.

    D-Why : Yeah man I know when I told before you were probably thinking of something black and more traditional but went with something different to see how I would throw this one together. You got it ! the cookies do actually add that element like you said without it would seem like a traditional outfit. Yea man you know where I am from day to day.

    Thanks D

  • Craig

        posted on November 27 , 2009 :

    Another great post JKISSI! I am currently on the hunt for a new leather jacket after tearing my last one on a night out and I am looking at it as a chance to pick up an investment piece. Its funny that the styles you posted are the bomber and the motorcycle jacket as I can’t decide between the two.

    Also like the outfit in your photo – really strong look.

  • maria

        posted on November 27 , 2009 :

    Once again, great post. Leather jackets are everywhere these weeks! The Sartorialist also shares some great ones. Boys your blog is one of my favs. Please share more looks!

  • willy cheesesteak

        posted on November 27 , 2009 :

    Word up, the zippers, zipper color, the richness of the brown leather, overall fit, and the collar make that jacket crazy.

    It’s a little cliche but I’m probably gonna get a perfecto too since I just realized I lack really solid black outerwear. Definitely going the ToJ route especially since Drew really spit that leather knowledge on SF. 5lb MTM calf leather jacket that should last years and years. :)

    Peep Yannickl’s ToJ perfecto, it’s damn perfect:
    Fit pics:
    Detail pics:

  • Neal

        posted on November 27 , 2009 :

    Strong post. I am feeling the jacket. I agree that you definitely have to pay for quality and the leather jacket takes time to find the right one. The polo boots are on point as well. Always showing quality looks. Keep it up

  • dayinthelyf

        posted on November 27 , 2009 :

    Wow, you look warm! I wasn’t even sure if you washed your jeans or it was photoshop or something but I think they fade better when you dry-clean. I normally see people wash them in a washing machine. As for the jacket, I think you were spot on with your decision. Most people opt for the traditional style of jacket and as you said, in black. This is a very unique jacket. Those boots look proper also.

    That photo of you is one for my style archives :) Best of Luck to you Josh.

  • Najee D.

        posted on November 27 , 2009 :

    Not much to say besides “this is what I’m talkin’ about!”

  • SoHo B

        posted on November 27 , 2009 :

    quality post. By now I have come to expect nothing less. The cut and fit of the leather jacket is nice but right now I’m more into the vintage styles so the pics towards the end of the classic bikers jackets hit closer to the heart for me. I just got my second biker’s leather and I’m seriously debating whether I should wear it tonight. I chopped the sleeves off of my first one, real bike gang style; hahaaa!

  • The Ca$h

        posted on November 27 , 2009 :

    Awww, My Motorcycle is in CT
    But, I’m that look Kiss
    I might put up a Jacket similar to that,
    In the next few weeks

  • Wale

        posted on November 27 , 2009 :

    JOSH!!! you don’t understand how much I envy that fit right now you’re wearing two pieces I have always loved but everytime I try them on I felt I could never pull them off, the cap and the leather jacket. I especially love this post for the Company history you just shed though, I’m a discovery channel, wiki everything kinda guy so I love when I’m being fed with information. this is why SE will live on forever, content, substance. Stay true my brother and even the sky isn’t a limit high enough.

  • The Ca$h

        posted on November 27 , 2009 :

    Awww, My Motorcycle is in CT
    But, I’m loving that look Kiss
    I might pick up a Jacket similar to that,
    In the next few weeks


        posted on November 27 , 2009 :

    Where’s the hat from? Loving the grey version of the polo boots. Saw you in that photoshoot, did you get your pair for free? haha

  • RoyalRJ

        posted on November 27 , 2009 :

    This dude be STYLING.

  • Phillip

        posted on November 27 , 2009 :

    Hey I just want to say I appreciate the flair and style you guy put behind your post. I am definitely a fan of the meshing of classic and redefining it with your own perspective. I especially like the polo ranger boots and apc jeans (best fitting out there). I would love to see more of what you guys would do with sweaters (i love sweaters product of my environment) and love to see where your inspiration comes from. Keep up the good work guy!

  • Anonymous

        posted on November 27 , 2009 :

    The hat and leather jacket are mad flavorful and you know you had to put Marlon Brando up there, but where is James Dean, who made the Biker look classic? But still, your style is sick.

  • Isis

        posted on November 28 , 2009 :

    Nice Jacket! Love the zipper details!

  • TheSouthSider

        posted on November 28 , 2009 :

    It’s the zipper that we’re talking here! I also love the boots and the scarf. Overall, 10/10. great job josh.

  • theTrendyDwarf

        posted on November 28 , 2009 :

    I am in love with your bomber! I have been thinking about getting myself a leather jacket, but I am afraid I would look extremely weird considering I am 16. Normally older people wear leather jackets and they rock them, but if I wore one I don’t know if I would look like a little kid trying dress older than he is. Another big fear is that looking at your bomber and how it fits you, which it fits your perfectly. I am especially afraid that my leather jacket may be way too big on me. I love your bomber so much! I just have to say, that I am literally obsessed with this blog! Literally. I literally keep your blog as a tab on my internet constantly! You are what mainly inspire my ensembles lately. It’s finally good to have a blog I can rely on to have really cool ensembles I can draw my inspiration from! I have heard from a lot of people and blogs and such that a hat is a really understated item of clothing and that not many people are brave enough to sport one. Well, you are sporting one which looks really good on you, but for example, me, I could never pull of a hat like yours. Believe me…I’ve tried. Some people such as myself cannot really rock hats. Although, I am constantly in search for one I could rock. I have to say that I love ALL the shoes that you and your friend wear in your posts! You never fail to find and wear the most amazing shoes ever! O.k. I might as well just add some pictures to this comment and make it a post because it’s lengthy!
    check out my trendy blog!

  • David

        posted on November 28 , 2009 :

    Nice blog. Just discovered it via Put This On and have gone about 5 pages deep into the archives. It’s nice to see a couple of young guys with some real style. Out in Southern California where I live, most guys your age just have either the surfer/slob look or the douchebag Spencer-from-the-Hills look.

    I really dig the jacket, even if it isn’t the Perfecto model. The zippers and the collar make it. FYI, not all Schott products are made in the US. They have to make a few items outside. However their website has a section that lists all their Made in the USA items. Nice stuff if a bit pricey, but it’s the kind of stuff that will last with the proper care.

    Also love the hat. Showed my wife your picture and said “what do you think about that hat?” since I have been on the hunt for a non-flappy golf hat, and she loved it. She loved your whole look, so you’ve got our approval.

  • DC

        posted on November 28 , 2009 :

    Can you give us more info on the cap?

  • Leon

        posted on November 28 , 2009 :

    Yo, I met the owner of Schott outside the pick up flea and he thanked me for making the perfecto look good

    insta fukkin cred

    badge of honor

  • juge

        posted on November 28 , 2009 :

    HB fam here you doing it big, surprised you didn’t add in the video for the ronnie fieg shoot
    those boots are looking sick I am still stumped on whether i want to add those or red wing moc toes for this winter.. what would you recommend? jacket is killing it also and at that price tag I am sure the quality/cut is superior

  • TeoV

        posted on November 28 , 2009 :

    I like everything about that fit ! the hat , the jacket , fingerless gloves …. and those Polo boots , need something like that :-) , that’s definitely my style


        posted on November 28 , 2009 :

    Craig : Thank you Craig this post is perfect for you then like I said above we all know purchasing a new leather can be a expensive investment especially when you’re unsure on a lot of things applying to the style/color/brand etc. I have you covered with the brand Schott NYC is the perfect choice to scour their site and break down the choices. I hear you man it all depends which do you really want to have for a very long time and make a decision biker or bomber style either way you cant go wrong in my eyes.

    Maria : Thanks much! , yeah I would guess Schott Schuman capturing some great shots of people in leather jackets . Lol more are coming for sure :D lol

    Willycheesesteak : Totally forgot about my brother Drew at TOJ , thanks Will, guys he produces made to measure leather jackets for great prices if you are interested in customizing your own jacket and have many options to add on your jacket. Let’s be honest though lol most people need a perfecto in their closet somewhere its a great classic jacket.

    Neal : Yeah the post took some time to really get on point what I wanted to get across in the post without sounding too much like a guide pushing people to buy, wanted to come off as just a great recommendation for anyone like me before looking for a great leather jacket. Thanks man polo boots are great.

    Reggie : Hey Reggie, yeah I dry cleaned them once and they came out very impressive for the alright wear I put into them , I wish I was more dedicated into wearing them a lot like I was with my last pair, but as time goes on they will fade just will take a much longer time. Thanks man you been with us from the starting we are thankful for that man, it’s the readers who make us. Lol very much warm man!

    Najee D : Lol thanks always check out your blog from time to time should update it more ;d

    Soho B : Great look man , when we were at the Madbury shoot I peeped you had cut the sleeves off the leather really bringing in that biker gang feeling. It looked great man a lot of people with leathers are scared to experiment on it , I would have one regular and one chopped off it brings in these sick layering options you could play with with flannels and other print.

    The Cash : Thanks man

    : Apologies just added the link to the post originally, the hat is from Topman thought it would definitely bring in a different element to the outfit as far as leather jacket and such. Lol secrets :S

    Royal RJ : Thanks my brother appreciate it !

    Phillip : You just hit it right on the head my brother that’s what we seem to do without even really trying too hard to go that way, I think we just really grown accustomed to it, great blog you have see you guys are very dapper keep up the good work on that side.

    Anonymous : Thanks I know I was trying to find the perfect picture of James Dean, but I couldnt find anything I really liked and not just throw up here I’m sure people know him and Mr.Brando are def the starters and influence behind the whole biker style lol. Thanks man appreciate the good words

    Isis : Thanks Isis

    : Thank you appreciate the good words, keep the good work on your side

  • Kadeem J.

        posted on November 28 , 2009 :

    Bro this is one of my favorite post in the S.E. archives. The fit is on point and the black and white images are a perfect touch. Can’t wait to your post on boots. That’s all I wear! Lol

  • damien

        posted on November 29 , 2009 :

    Leather jackets really are about fit . Great look.

  • Arjan

        posted on November 29 , 2009 :

    Damn son, lookin’ spiffy.

    Jacket’s nice and this fits just filled with swag.

    Oh yeah, nice meeting you at the pop up..

  • Jack

        posted on November 29 , 2009 :

    damn J, I just checked out the website n that jacket is serious $$$!! dropping the loot

    really smart investment though, that jacket will last forever!

  • Ralph G

        posted on November 29 , 2009 :

    Very nice outfit man you mix things so well..

  • Taevon Palmer

        posted on November 29 , 2009 :

    Good Stuff Bro you really killed this fit! I’m looking to invest in a nice leather jacket as well. Brixton had one I wanted but their sold out now

  • friendinfashion

        posted on November 29 , 2009 :

    This is fabulous! The accessories you’ve chosen compliment the leather perfectly and those boots….killer!

    Visit me @

  • LOLA

        posted on November 30 , 2009 :

    That leather jacket looks like it has a great fit!
    and I am so loving your boots and the Newsboy hat :)

  • DC

        posted on November 30 , 2009 :

    What a decadent choice! I like your style JKISSI.

  • Steph Monroe

        posted on November 30 , 2009 :

    Wow , my friend has showed me this site and I have to say I’m amazed, if I was in NYC I would scoop you up :D

    men dont dress/look like this anymore

  • Kate

        posted on December 1 , 2009 :

    I love leather jackets and yes, you are right. It never goes out of style.

  • nineteen74

        posted on December 1 , 2009 :

    jacket looks cool

    check this out

  • Dosu

        posted on December 1 , 2009 :

    JKISSI, what size are those boots? and should i size up or down? i normally wear 10 in vans slip-ons and 9 in supra skytops and 9 in chuck taylors

  • illtek

        posted on December 3 , 2009 :

    Fellas. Thanks for the inspiration. I have been going through my own style evolution. I am about to graduate from college and I’m dressing more like a man as of late. I love what you do with your mix of colors and patterns. I would love to have the confidence to do that but I just don’t know what I’m doing besides matching like colors. Any tips or resources like books or websites I could use?


  • Kenji Summers

        posted on December 3 , 2009 :

    ^^^ Illtek, while I don’t contribute to this blog or visit nearly as much as I should, I suggest checking out
    Dressing the Man, Mastering the Art of Permanent Fashion by Alan Flusser, Tom Ford By Tom Ford, Bridget Foley, and Gentleman: A Timeless Guide to Fashion (Lifestyle) By Bernhard Roetzel for starters. They should provide you with a nice spectrum of looks and knowledge.

    Good luck!

  • TZ

        posted on December 4 , 2009 :

    How do the cookie boots fare in the rain? I’ve been mesmerized by the grey cookie boots for a while now but i live in oregon. Are they waterproof? and if not, what are some waterproof boots that aren’t too goofy looking that you would suggest? Great post and keep up the ill work!


        posted on December 6 , 2009 :

    …have just read about your blog in an Italian magazine…beautiful clothes and visual quotations!

    Diana from

  • Mille

        posted on December 6 , 2009 :

    I love your outift!


        posted on December 7 , 2009 :

    thetrendyDwarf : Thanks a lot I’m glad we can provide that medium for you that’s what I like to hear generally it’s like we can attract different crowds of people who are at different levels. Some are more knowledgeable and older and other just starting out looking for inspiration it’s a great thing def makes us feel great to keep on the good fight.

    Thanks for keeping our blog on the tabs even though we update weekly which should turn into bi-weekly but it’s all a work in progress I should say. Took a look at your blog looks cool like the fact you keep it up to par with that is going on the runway while still incorporating your style with some nice photography.

    David : Great! the guys at ‘Put This On’ are great from the first time I discovered their site I knew it was something about the site that would be very promising. Some people may agree but we need sites like that to just read. It doesn’t matter if you are advanced in your info on menswear everyday something can be learned , if you let it tune in of course.

    Thanks , yup like I said above the perfecto model is exactly what it says “perfect” especially the history behind it further pushes the need to buy it not even considering design or anything. I’ll go out on a limb and throw it out there and say some people are just not able to pull off the biker jacket. I just feel like if you know what compliments you as far as different jacket styles you should be perfectly fine.

    Thanks to your wife I appreciate her cosign , great hat to go with hyperlinked it in my original post.

    DC : got you (hyperlinked in post)

    Leon : Man I would agree with the owner of Schott you were really doing good to that jacket , let’s link up soon.

    Juge : much appreciated love from HB my brothers over there always supporting SE. I would say depending on price tag RW”s are probably going for a bit more than the polo boots both are visually appealing depending on who you talk to, personally my feet never look good in Red Wing boots for some odd reason so I often pass on it. That story could be different for you though both are great pair of boots. Don’t forget to size down on polo’s if you do.

    Usually wear a 10.5 / 11 D
    Polo boots a 10 D fit perfect on me

    Teov : Thanks man definitely your type of stuff my brother influence all to teov!

    Kadeem J : Thanks my brother tried to incorporate some favorite vintage photos from a good blog by the way TSY you should check it out- but yes man the boots post should be here soon!

    Damien : You’re definitely on the ball with that one , that’s a great thing about leather jackets

    btw checked out your blog some really nice posts you have so far , definitely bookmarked keep up the good work

    Arjan : thanks my brother yup likewise always great to meet supporters of SE in person , good lil chat at pop up flea.

    Jack : Lol Jack let’s say I will try to place that aspect in the back of mind , you and I both know you have a bit of expensive taste lolol *cough* RRL back in 07 *cough*

    Ralph G : Thanks my brother

    Taevon Palmer : Much appreciated man , yeah man get back on it I say it wouldn’t be a bad idea to get situated with purchasing a nice leather jacket. I know your in a similar boat to us such as still in school / tedious job lol but it will be worth it for sure.

    Keep up the good work on the blog saw the feature on Phil

    Friendinfashion : Thanks! Love the looks on your blog , ladies I recommend checking out her blog for nice looks from a female perspective.

    LOLA : Thanks a lot!

    Steph Monroe : Lol such a flattering compliment thanks a lot lol move to NYC I’m sure they’re a lot of people you would find

    Kate : Thanks !

    Nineteen74 : Appreciate it , checked out the blog really interesting to capture my attention span lol

    Dosu : Like I said above my friend I would advise sizing down I wear a 10.5 – 11 US for the boots a full size 10 fit my perfect. From the looks of your deets looks like you would be a 9 in the polo boots. Hope this helps man.

    illtek : You’re definitely on the right path my friend like Kenji mentioned some great bodies of writing to read, I would suggest just clicking through the links we have in our blogroll/family section just to see various styles and just a whole new world of things.

    I would suggest just going on different fashion/style forums just reading up on certain brands that you like the aesthetic of and start to trim it down. I would say you can;t lose by just trying different styles out seeing which one you think suits yourself more. Email us with any questions man

    Kenji Summers : Thanks for that comment, it’s all cool we all have to attend to work good work on the blog my brother. See you around NYC

    TZ : In the rain I think they should fare pretty well I remember during the photo shoot for the boots I stumbled across a big puddle full of mud/leaves and they dried up pretty well with no napkins or anything to wipe them clean. At that they dried up pretty quickly so I wouldn’t worry too much about rainy weather and these boots even with the gray nubuck. Thanks for looking at the site much appreciated!

    Intothefashion : Thanks a lot we greatly appreciate all the international press we’re receiving just from the Guardian UK feature. It’s great to see people across all boundaries connect with us in such a way. Nice blog!

    Mille : Thanks a lot!

  • sssence

        posted on December 7 , 2009 :

    This outfit is sick. I agree with Pret a Porter P that your color combos are on point…I always struggle with not being too “matchy matchy” and I find that your outfits always incorporate a great color palette that not only blends well, but emphasizes other aspects of the outfit. I love how the buffalo plaid shirt, scarf and jacket all accent each other quite beautifully, and the boots are just plain sick. Cheers on a great blog…It’s now among my favorites.

  • cindy

        posted on December 8 , 2009 :

    awesome jacket, i love the Selvedge Yard as well.. so great. your’s as well!

  • garzo

        posted on December 9 , 2009 :

    The jacket looks great on you. I think Schott does a disservice to itself by not having actual people on their website wearing their jackets. I first saw this jacket on their website and didn’t really like the way it looked. On you, it looks great, though. Schott just has a really bad picture of it on its site:

  • H.A.

        posted on December 10 , 2009 :

    you cats are so ahead of the time, yet behind the times. Meaning you encompass style that can be classic to modern yet timeless and you both definitely have it on lock! I’ve always loved fashion but style is the foundation of a good fit. From the colors to the textures and patterns, you guys make it look easy! Keep up the great work. I’m a huge fan on the left coast of San Francisco!

  • Dee

        posted on December 10 , 2009 :

    I agree, the outfits can be a classic or modern fit however and wherever you want to wear them. The photos along with the descriptions are an excellent blend. I really enjoyed the history behind the zippers, as it gives me a different visual when I am looking or shopping for outfits such as yours. I also sell leather jackets and the like; not only have you made me appreciate the differnt stlyes, but the work behind the product itself is an amazing gift. Visit my website if you have a chance:

  • Ryan

        posted on December 11 , 2009 :

    Whats good man,
    I’m really feeling everything both of you guys are doing on the site. I love the fact that it has a modern day gentleman appeal while still keeping an urban twist… perfect.
    Anyways, I live in Canada and it is difficult to go into stores and try things on. I live in a city which does not have much to offer in terms of fashionable clothing stores, therefore I was wondering if you could quickly help me out with sizing as I would like to place an order and I am a similar height and weight as you.
    Could you provide the sizing for your… A.P.C’s Uniqlo Shirts and Uniqlo cords and G.A.P flannel … i’d appreciate it!

  • VeeUrbanite

        posted on December 12 , 2009 :

    Those boots look really nice ..I think it’s the color that does it for me.

  • The Ca$h

        posted on December 15 , 2009 :

    Your starting to remind me of my old driver

  • Donald Blake

        posted on December 25 , 2009 :

    I just purchased a Schott TYPE A-2 Bomber (Vintage Red) and was really surprised by the quality. I still prefer Vanson (I own 5 vanson leathers and 1 vanson Textile) but Schott’s quality isnt bad at all.

  • phi

        posted on December 30 , 2009 :

    that leather jacket is very dope but my dilemma is getting the brown jacket and not having a lot of things to wear with it, mainly shoes. so i guess my question is what would someone wear with this jacket if they purchased it? i realize that this isn’t a jacket that you wear daily lol.

  • Lala Lopez

        posted on January 25 , 2010 :

    The brown leather is beautiful. Great look!

  • Coco Ledasha

        posted on February 25 , 2010 :

    True, a lot of leather jacket designs never go out of style but they have all been around for at least 50 years. Overuse of zippers is a sure-fire way to guarantee a jacket is unwanted in a few years. e.g. All those wacky jackets from the ’80′s. BTW, I think this particular Schott jacket is an import.

  • Coco Ledasha

        posted on February 25 , 2010 :

    Another problem with Schott is they only make long lengths in a few styles. If you’re over 5’11, 95% of Schott jackets will be too short.

  • Yufka

        posted on April 10 , 2010 :

    JKISSI, do you have a link where I can buy your jacket today?
    Because I was searching all the time without finding anything similar…

  • Tumi

        posted on May 5 , 2010 :

    What do you think about a female in ranger boots. big no no? or acceptable?

  • Kirby19Felecia

        posted on September 10 , 2010 :

    Various people in all countries get the credit loans in different banks, because this is easy and fast.

  • Leather Directory

        posted on October 16 , 2010 :

    wow the Schott bomber looks cool…elegant, classy and at the same time casual in a good way..I mean I love the overall look..the boots the scarf everything..I mean every detail fits it perfectly…I mean I can honestly say this is what I would like to wear from top to bottom… :)

  • Chea Jackets

        posted on February 2 , 2011 :

    This is very stylish leather jacket I have ever seen. specially different zips which are giving it a stylish look. Are they cheap or costly?

  • Anonymous

        posted on March 14 , 2012 :

    @D-Why, It is a sick jacket, but what is the jacket that you wore in your Shooter McGavin shoot. I have been looking for the answer for about a year now