Self Edge just narrowed your options down for the upcoming leather jacket season with the Fine Creek Tylor Horsehide Jacket. Fine Creek takes inspiration from vintage and heritage designs with all of their outerwear, and the Tylor is no different, perhaps it’s more streamlined than what you might usually associate with a Rider Jacket. There are no epaulets, belts, or studs here.
The Tylor is a clean collared look, cut from vegetable tanned 1.3mm Shinki Horsehide, aniline finished, and teacore dyed. Fine Creek uses entire hides to produce each of their jackets, cutting down on waste, and resulting in a beautifully textured jacket that’s truly one of a kind.
Design details include red cupra/cotton lining, two hand pockets at the hip, buckle adjusting leather tabs on the backside (ever so slightly fishtailed), zipper closure on the front placket and the cuffs, as well as a small zippered stash pocket on the left arm. Motorcyclists used easy-to-access arm pockets like these for keeping toll fares in, so they wouldn’t have to stand up and fiddle with their wallets while on the move. Any while you won’t be a Son of Anarchy by a long stretch, I’m sure you’ll find a use for ’em, too.
Available for $1,995 at Self Edge