• 1940s style
• Relaxed fit
• Button closure
• Longer style
• Horiztonal front yoke
• Two cargo pockets with corded profile
• Horiztonal rear yoke
• Storm cuffs as standard
• Pictured left in Tumbled Black Chromexcel Front Quarter Horsehide
As far back as the end of the 19th century, a longer button-up jacket with secure pockets was an essential part of foul weather protection for those involved in cattle driving where days on end were spent on horseback in some of the worst. The Stockman leather jacket takes it’s inspiration from the jackets more typically used in the mid 20th Century.
The Aero Stockman shares a similar look as the Veste des Rallye. This jacket however is a longer jacket more in keeping with 1940's European styling than the 1960's Rallye styling.
Our version has two large patch pockets, four hand-sewn buttons, with proper keyhole buttonholes (as they used to be done, unlike more modern manufacturers). The sleeves have a straight line cuff effect, plain but stylish. Three leather sections make up the back: an upper straight yoke (8" deep) with two large panels finished with typical period top stitch feature effect.
This jacket is a 1920s inspired design, but while many designs of this era were very slim fitting, this style was intended as an 'overcoat' and so has a more relaxed fit than designs typical of that era.
If you plan on layering with heavy sweaters underneath then we'd recommend selecting your usual size, but if you plan to wear light sweaters/shirts you can usually 'size down' one size for a more fitted look.
Don’t worry, all sizing information displayed here is only a guide. Every order placed is checked over by a member of our production team who will confirm your size selection against your measurements or recommend any necessary changes that need to be made. If you have any specific queries, you can note these in the special instructions box on the ‘measurements’ page when placing your order.