You’re more than likely no stranger to the incredible prowess and downright beautiful wares of Toronto-based leather jacket manufacturer Himel Bros. Leather. Under the direction of founder and CEO, David Himel, the brand has built a steadfast reputation as one of the best in the business.
Boasting an incredible familiarity with the finest materials and an encyclopedic knowledge of vintage leather jackets, Himel Bros. is offering another investment piece that will last a lifetime—The 1930s style half-belted Peregrine Double Rider Jacket, which oozes motorcycle cool. Brimming with details and steeped in history, the jacket is named after one of the fastest creatures on the planet—the Peregrine Falcon—and based on an asymmetrical D-pocket design by famed Californian maker Block Built.
The Peregrine is available in black and medium brown Shinki horsehide as well as stock leather options. You can also choose from a variety of linings, threads, and trimmings as a custom order, even adding additional interior pockets, snaps, and zippers.
For more detail, head over to Himel Bros. Leather and check out the deep dive video into the Peregrine and daydream about your perfect leather jacket.
Available for $2,650 at Himel Bros.