Himel Bros is typically one of those grail brands that you see often, but can never quite afford. Their Canadian-made leather jackets are beyond classic and their construction second-to-none.
Luckily for those budget shoppers among us, the folks at Himel are offering their first price-driven jacket—the HB2 Rider’s Jacket. Available now for pre-sale, the HB2 retails for $1,450, which for Horween-tanned horsehide, is a total bargain. The jacket is the exact same quality of Himel’s bespoke offerings, but, with a slightly more modern design, it should appeal to a wider consumer base than some of Himel’s more eccentric retro pieces.
Made in Toronto and slow-stitched with all-cotton American thread, the jacket comes in both natural and black, outfitted with Japanese hardware, epaulets, a belt, and the D-pocket that all leather jacket fans crave.
Available for presale now from Himel Bros.