Item #L205FB - Ladies cropped leather jacket with fringe. Comes with two conchos, braid trim, removable belt, zip cuffs, inside chest pocket and zip out lining. Custom beading available as shown (call for pricing).
Made of heavy weight top grain buffalo black leather. Comes with 8'' leather fringe on front, back and sleeves, decorative conchos, 2 front pockets, inside chest pocket, zippered cuffs, zip out lining, and a removable full belt. Jamin' Leather Brand. Sizes may run small: XS, S, M, L, XL, 2X. +$10 for 2X. [6#]
nice, November 10, 2016 By Anonymous (FARMINGTON, MO)(Verified)
jacket was very nice!
Great basic Riding jacket., May 20, 2016 By Anonymous (folsom, CA)(Verified)
I like the coat, it is a comfortable summer jacket. I removed the tinny concho looking things. I am will look for real concho' while I am out and about this summer. I really wish the fringe was longer, but I think I will add a row of longer and tapered red fringe underneath the eight inch black fringe.
Great Quality and WARM!!!, November 25, 2014 By NANCY
I didn't know what to expect when I bought this jacket online. I was hoping the leather would be good quality and not look like "pleather". I was not disappointed. It's so fun to wear this jacket while I'm riding my motorcycle. The liner makes it very warm. The only issue with it is that because of the short waist on it, it can get a little cold on my lower back while I'm riding. But I feel like a bad a$$ in it. LOL!
Quality and pricing on PRODUCTS ARE EXCELLENT!, November 12, 2014 By M ZUNDEL
Quality and pricing on PRODUCTS ARE EXCELLENT!
you people are great!, November 10, 2014 By SANDY L
Has to be one of my best on-line ordering that I have ever done. Super easy!
Fits snug just how I like it, January 23, 2013 By LUMMUS
Fits snug just how I like it
Very well made!!!, February 12, 2012 By MARIA
Very well made!!!
Great company!, September 21, 2011 By G WHITMAN
Incredible Selection, March 17, 2011 By KAT
I love the cropped fringe jacket I just received!
Good service - great products, December 28, 2010 By M DUNSEITH