Real Blue Cafe Racer Leather Jacket
Cafe racer motorcycle leather jackets were designed and made by Tony Lama in Los Angeles, California in the early 1950s. The unique one made by Brando in ‘The wild one’ was made for singer/actor/comedian/model John Travolta. This Blue Biker Jacket and the lean jacket are almost a replica of the original cafe racer designed by Brando, and the jacket which followed suit and served as the inspiration for the real jacket was created by designer John Lasseter. Real Blue Cafe racer was the first motorcycle jacket that was worn by the popular Travolta.
A Cafe Racer Blue Leather jacket that is meant to be loose-fitting and made out of soft leather. It is characterized by a dark green color with big lapels, zippers, and a collar. Many jackets of this type were worn by members of the motorcycle club The Blue Cafe racer jackets were mainly worn by men who lived close to busy areas, as their loud colors and loud fabric made them quite unfriendly to many women. Cafe racer jackets are still very popular amongst motorcycle riders today and many are looking to recreate them.
Blue Cafe racer jackets are usually made from cowhide, suede, or velour, but other materials like ostrich or chicken skin are used to make them. These jackets were inspired by the rich people of Los Angeles. Cafe racer jackets were later adopted by the rock band Velvet Underground. The jacket given by Velvet Underground is one of the most sought-after leather jackets and is also quite popular amongst other motorcycle riders. Motorcycle leather jackets are available in many different patterns, colors, and sizes. One can choose any pattern that suits his or her taste and preference.