The Death Rider Denim Jacket: a look back into its history
Are you searching for a jacket that you can wear on any occasion while looking cool as ever? Then you should give our Death Rider 1957 Denim Jeans a chance! If you are a biker or a motorcycle lover, then you will love our denim jacket. We made it having the motorcycle world in mind, so any peer you’ll encounter will recognize you very easily! Are you familiar with the history of the denim jacket? Levi Strauss imported denim as a material that miners, cowboys and railroad workers could use. This happened because these were men who lived a rough life and were in need of rough clothing. In addition to this, the denim jacket became more or less a symbol for the US people and its impact on pop culture is unmatched. Men’s magazine GQ refers to this item of clothing as “iconic, a staple for stylish men“.
The Death Rider 1957 Denim Jeans jacket: style and details
As a biker and a motorcycle lover what you truly need is protection and comfort. Well, our denim jacket will grant you just that! As stated above, denim is one of the toughest materials of clothing. The idea we have in mind is our denim jacket, which fits very tightly on the body, styled with an unbuttoned flannel and a t-shirt underneath! An everyday look that reflects your passion for motorcycles and the biker life. In addition to a great look, our Death Rider 1957 Denim Jeans comes with a lot of pockets as well.
The denim jacket: logo and illustration
Maybe they didn’t start the fire, but the world definitely went up in flames. Our Death Rider 1957 Denim Jeans shows in its logo the reference to the annus mirabilis 1957. During this year of wonders, multiple life-changing events happened. The USSR finalized the launch of Sputnik 1 into space. The writer Jack Kerouac published “On the road“, which soon became the Beat Generation Manifesto. And last but not least, 1957 was also the year during which Harley Davidson released their best selling model, the Sportster. This motorcycle become an icon for many generations. The keywords for 1957, an era-defining year, are unconventionality, revolution, innovation. We made our jacket with all of this in mind. All the patches and illustrations refer to the biker lifestyle and the motorcycle world. “Ride Till Die”, the helmet-wearing skull on the back and, again, 1957 referring to the year of wonders.
The denim jacket: how it’s made
We made our jacket by using a mix of 97% organic cotton and a small percentage of elastane, 3%. The reason behind this was to make it a comfortable item of clothing that would also sit tight on the body. The illustration you see in the images are not prints but patches. When washing it, make sure to avoid high temperatures and only use cold water. It is also advisable to avoid machine dryers. Air drying our jacket might be the best choice in order to avoid ruining it.
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