September 20, 2013 1 min read
A perfect marriage of form and function, Schott's iconic, asymmetrical cut still looks as tough today as it did back when they first started making them in the '20s — down on the Lower East Side. Of course, all good marriages need to spice things up from time to time, which is where Todd Snyder comes into the picture. Hewn from distressed lamb leather and detailed with gold hardware, quilted shoulder and elbow pads, and a sleek cafe racer profile, the Black Leather Motorcycle Jacket is the type of rough luxe staple even Brando could endorse. We like to think of it as the real wild one.