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Belstaff Ladies Bradshaw Wax Textile Jacket - Black

60z waxed cotton jacket with water and windproof Miporex membrane, cotton liner and D3O limb armour

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Belstaff Ladies Bradshaw Wax Textile Jacket - Black

  • 6ox waxed cotton construction
  • Seam sealed Miporex membrane
  • Quilted cotton check lining
  • Corduroy on neck collar and cuffs for comfort
  • CE removable shoulder and elbow protectors included
  • Pocket for optional back protector
  • Inside facing jet pocket with coil zip
  • Lower jet pockets closed with flap and snaps
  • Reinforcements on shoulders
  • Metal underarm vents
  • Stretch side panels
  • Cuff adjusting gusset with snaps
  • Waist adjusting straps with side snaps
  • Last two central snaps in rubber to prevent scratching

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EURO SIZE3638404244464850

The Bradshaw features a body hugging fit thanks to it's accordion stretch panels that run up both sides. It has an asymmetric zip in the style of classic leather biking jackets. The outer fabric is a six-ounce wax cotton, the perfect weight for a biking jacket as it's not too heavy for the summer, yet sufficiently robust for the winter. For the rain, the Bradshaw comes with a seam-sealed Miporex waterproof and windproof membrane.

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From practical roots laid almost a century ago in the pottery towns of England, Belstaff has grown into one of the world s leading luxury brands. Eli Belovitch and Harry Grosberg formed Belstaff in 1924 as a waterproof coat manufacturer near Stoke on Trent in Staffordshire, deriving the company s name from the start of Eli s surname and their home county. Over the following decades their jackets made from tough waxed cotton became the clothing of choice for demanding customers like motorcyclists and Hollywood hero Steve McQueen wore one in his iconic leap for freedom in The Great Escape. The Staffordshire factory closed in 1991, but an Italian Belstaff designer rescued the brand and launched an astonishing recovery that has seen Belstaff become one of the most celebrated and respected brands in the world. The revival was based on the company's original ethos of high-quality materials, practical design and craftsmanship. If there are genuine design classics in the motorcycling clothing world, then many are wearing a Belstaff badge.