Without thowing me off a cliff... how many folks make a point of making sure the jacket is American made??? Again, not trying to start anything, it is out of curisiody that I ask.....
And again, not trying to be smart.... what are good sources for an american made jacket?
I have a Fox Creek also. Not cheap. I payed $500 for it, but it is the best made article of clothing I have ever owned. It was worth every penny.Got a new Fox Creek jacket last year. It's classic, solid, and very well made. Heavy weight hide, massive zippers, brass snaps, this thing will out live me for sure. And it's American made...may not be important to some folks, but it was important to me. Hell, some of the Chinese made H-D jackets cost what I spent on my Fox Creek jacket. Not cheap, but in this case, I feel that I got what I payed for.
Leather Motorcycle Jackets, Chaps, Vests, & Gear - Fox Creek Leatherwhat are good sources for an american made jacket?
http://www.allamericanclothing.com/traceability.htmlA recent documentary revealed 90% of the blue jeans made in the world are made in.....China.
Believe me, I understand being on a budget. That is why I recommend being patient and searching Craiglist and Pawn Shops. So many "Shiny Riders" buy the bike,all of the accessories, the leathers, etc. only to find out they don't enjoy riding, they don't have time to ride, their wife won't let them ride...the excuses go on forever. So, they sell the bike cheap, and pawn the leathers.Bradahj stated he wanted a leather jkt but basically is on a budget. I doubt he's gonna find an American made jkt cheap. The Leatherup jkts are a subsidiary of Xelement ( made in China). That's why they are inexpensive. Just because its made in China also doesn't necessarily mean it is of poor quality.