Vintaged Fitted Cowhide Leather Motorcycle Jacket
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626VN Cowhide Leather Motorcycle Jacket
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Vintaged Fitted Cowhide Leather Motorcycle Jacket

    Schott NYC 626VN - Hand Vintaged Perfecto leather motorcycle jacket


  • 26” length moto style jacket
  • Chrome tanned, drum dyed, light weight (2.5 – 3 oz.) cowhide leather
  • Asymmetrical main zipper pattern for added warmth and protection
  • Durable nickel plated brass hardware
  • Snap down lapels, collar and shoulder epaulets No Stars
  • Custom embossed “SCHOTT” snap faces
  • Attached belt with buckle closure and snap
  • Three outside zippered pockets plus small coin flap pocket
  • Leather trimmed inside chest pocket
  • 100% cotton flannel lining
  • Made in the USA

    Leather Type, Fit and Construction:

    Our customers asked for a lighter weight, trimmer fitting, asymmetrical leather biker jacket with a preworn broken-in feel and this is our answer. Perfecto Model 626VN leather jackets for men are made with chrome-tanned, drum dyed, light weight cowhide leather. Our light weight cowhide is tanned and processed to provide many years of use without the need of treatments or conditioners. The Perfecto model 626VN moto jacket was designed for warmer weather riding or casual trouble…you decide.

    Schott NYC uses this semi aniline cowhide to help your leather jacket or “second skin” resist the elements. Motorcycle jackets need to be as tough as the people wearing them. You will enjoy the benefits of both stain resistance and added protection while riding on your classic motorbike or out on the town. For wind protection and added warmth the 626VN features an attached belt and a durable 100% cotton flannel lining sewn into the body of the jacket. Nickel plated brass hardware complete this timeless American made classic that is built to last a lifetime.

    As with all Perfecto leather jackets, Schott only uses the best, highest quality leather available. In the same tradition used in the 50's, highly skilled workers hand-cut each panel for the 626VN. In keeping with their original custom style, Schott designed this jacket to fit tighter than most for that classic bold and streamlined look. We suggest you carefully check our sizing diagrams and measurements to determine best fit. Also please note that the absence of underarm footballs combined with Schott’s tighter cut arms make this a slim fitting jacket.
    The Schott Perfecto Model #626VN is proudly made in the U.S.A. Our customers know that the quality and construction of our jackets are unparalleled. From the heavyweight thread we use to the strong American hands that do the crafting. We build our leather motorcycle jackets to the same indestructible standards as the old style leather medicine balls. One-hundred plus years of being the best is your assurance that Schott Brothers stands behind every jacket we make.


    The three pocket design of the Schott Perfecto One Star dates back to the late 1940's. In those days this leather motorcycle jacket was referred to as just “Perfecto” or “Beck model 999” (manufactured by Schott). The small coin flap pocket started out as a custom option offered in the early 50's. By 1955 this coin pocket became a standard feature of this biker-style jacket known as “the Perfecto One Star".

    Considered to be the best motorcycle jacket it caught the mainstream public's attention after Marlon Brando epitomized the coolest of cool, wearing his Perfecto in that iconic classic film “The Wild One”. Originally referred to as "the One Star", it was officially banned from schools across the US for an entire year in the mid 50’s. Some believe this action served to make the Schott Perfecto even more desirable to America’s young renegades with their “Wild One” tendencies. School Boards wanted to burn it and youthful rebels saved every penny to buy one. At the time, this jacket retailed for close to $50 which amounted to roughly 100 hours of work if you were a gas station attendant making fifty cents an hour!

    The customized asymmetrical leather motorcycle jacket worn by Brando became the must-have anti-establishment symbol for 1950’s youth. The orders skyrocketed for this leather jacket causing Irving Schott and his son Mel to increase their workforce and expand the Schott factory. By the mid 1960’s the Perfecto mens jackets had also caught on with the emerging rock n roll movement. Once again, due to increasing sales, Schott had grown out of their current factory on King Street in Perth Amboy, NJ. A few new factories later and still in New Jersey, Schott proudly continues this iconic American classic motorcycle jacket for the wild side in all of us.
    Free shipping for all orders over $100 within the continental USA and APO.

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    1 of 2 people found the following review helpful:


    I bounce from working and living in Hong Kong to riding all summer in the Dakotas. I was really looking for a jacket that I could wear in both places/worlds; one that would function and protect while on a motorcycle but be fitted enough not to look ridiculous when out with the snooty, self-proclaimed 'fashionistas' of the city. This jacket is exactly what I was looking for, a true classic, updated!

    I originally ordered a 613 but found the cut a bit too baggy for me, especially in the arms. The 626 is perfect. The only concern I have is that this would not be an ideal jacket for cold weather riding: the arm zippers are not backed with a leather flap (like the 613) so they will let some air by, and, because it is fitted, it would be difficult to wear multiple layers underneath. For me though, those aren't concerns.

    Finally, the only downside I can think of is that because it is fitted, I too will have to keep fit. If I get fat, I will need to buy a new size!

    Published: Fri, 7/12/2013 by Aaron A.
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    Hello From France

    I just don't know how to describe this jacket. It fits perfectly even on first wearing.

    The vintaged process is just perfect, this jacket looks like it was worn for years.
    The leather is soft and the inner coton lining is warm, let you move easily and have a really good looking .

    It's my first real Schott "perfecto" i've some other brand leather jackets but no one is like this one and i already plan to buy an other A 118 i think.

    Only warning make sur to order the good size if you want to wear it with heavy sweater. I'm 5,9' tall and 50" chest and It's most use for me with light shirts. With heavy pullover or other i'm little tight. But with t-shirts or light sweater "i'm home"

    Thanks again and i see you for my next jacket

    Published: Sat, 6/11/2016 by Olivier
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    Customer Service was great Jacket came n just a few days Is wonderful,my son loves it Thanks

    Published: Sat, 3/26/2016 by Jeannie Hess
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    was hesitant about ordering a fitted jacket because I was afraid I wouldn't get the proper fit. of course you can always send it back for an exchange or refund if it doesn't fit but I find it a hassle in having to do that thru the mail. boy was I wrong. I'm 5 ft 11 in tall and weigh 175 lbs. I ordered a large and it fits me perfect. nice and snug (not tight) doesn't restrict my movements what so ever. the leather is nice and soft. very subtle but rugged at the same time. I have received many compliments on this jacket from both men and women. it just looks expensive. have owned several leather jackets so I know what to look for as far as quality. this is quality...
    thanks schotts....

    Published: Fri, 1/16/2015 by rodman
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    Schott really needs to get this jacket back into production. The leather is broken in perfectly. It looks like I've been wearing it for 20 years. If this jacket was next to a typical Schott Perfecto I think most people would choose the Vintage. It is tight though. I wear an off the rack 40R and the large is very snug on me. Not tall....5'10 175. Like I said its tight but an XL would be to long in the sleeves and body. GREAT jacket.

    Published: Mon, 10/14/2013 by Jim Bo
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