Barbour Steve McQueen Rexton Jacket
The Barbour Steve McQueen range celebrates Steve's love of motorcycles, and the iconic Barbour apparel he wore while racing them for team USA in the 1960's. Based on the Barbour's original A7 International motorcycle jacket, the Rexton is made from heavyweight 8oz waxed cotton with a quilted American flag lining. the jacket is finished in authentic style with a distressed, aged effect, and a Stars and Stripes pop stud complemented by a replica of the USA team's badge from the 1964 International Six Day Trials on the opposite side.
8oz Heavyweight Waxed Cotton Outer
Quilted Stars and Stripes Lining with Steve McQueen Photographic Patch
Two Way Zip Closure
Cotton Corduroy Lined Collar
Stand Collar with Flap Fastening
Two Front Flap Pockets and Two Chest Pockets
Interior Chest Pocket
1964 ISDT American Team Flag on Chest
Stars and Stripes Pop Stud on Pocket
This jacket is a must have for any true Steve McQueen fan. Looks just like the one he wore that now hangs in a motorcycle museum in Europe. COOL..
In my opinion, this is one of the best looking heritage styled motorcycle jackets on the market. Review by B
_looks amazing (leather buckles on the belt and neck).
_heaps of pockets means you can do away with back packs and paniers if you're carrying more than a slim wallet and a phone (and they are easy enough to open and access with gloves on).
_secure zip pocket on the right chest.
_waxed cotton, keeps out the wind and rain.
_looser fit, but comes in nicely at the wrists without looking daggy, and the belt brings it in at the waist.
_a fraction of the weight of a full leather jacket, so it folds down a lot smaller and is easier to carry around / store away when your not on the bike.
_could easily wear this jacket off the bike.
_would not provide any protection in a fall.
_I imagine you could buy a better performing jacket for less dollars (certainly in terms of protection).
_more green than pictured (not really a bad thing, its just greener). (Posted on 12/22/2014)
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