BMG Montana Motorcycle Jacket
This is the one you are looking for. Just got the "Top Pick" from Motorcycle Classics Magazine. Best Classic Motorcycle Jacket on the Market today. Although the Montana Jacket has been around since the 50's in the UK, it is a true testament to the classic look and styling of this jacket that today it still earns such respect. A Brilliant Thick soft leather with a classic style that looks good anywhere. Don't be surprised to find that you wear this jacket just as much off your bike as on it
- 1.4 mm drum dyed cowhide.
- The Montana Jacket comes with Knox Shoulder and Elbow Armor. There is a pocket for optional Back Armor.
- Removable thermal liner.
- Adjustable flow ventilation system.
- Pre-curved sleeves with rotated shoulders.
- Action back.
- Snap down touring collar.
- YKK brass zippers.
- Brass snaps.
- 4 Full ventilated front pockets
- Zippered cuffs.
- What The Press Has To Say ! TOP PICK: BEST CLASSIC LEATHER MOTORCYCLE JACKET "From the moment we opened the box, took a whiff of the lovely aroma pouring forth and ran our hands over the Montana™ creamy-smooth leather, we were taken. A few hundred miles later, we'd discovered even more to crow about. With its liner out, the Montana is surprisingly cool on hot days, as the four front pockets double as vents thanks to their mesh liners. The brown finish is a nice contrast to the normal black you see everyone else wearing, and the soft finish of the leather will inevitably lead to the jacket "weathering" nicely and developing a character all of its own within a few thousand miles. It's comfortable. It's well-made. It feels secure. It's something different, and it has that vintage feel. What more could you ask for." Motorcycle Classics Magazine
"Easily the most comfortable jacket of the bunch right from the get-go. The Montana jacket from British Motorcycle Gear has already become a favorite here at the office. Although made of heavy-duty 1.4mm cowhide, this jacket smells, feels and wears like a nice leather should. And even though it's a good piece of riding gear, it's one of the few here that's subtle enough to pass as a "regular" jacket. It features removable armor in the shoulders and elbows, along with a removable thermal liner for when it's cold, plus dual vents in the front and back of the jacket for when it's hot." Landon Hall/ Motorcycle Classics Magazine
"British Motorcycle Gear Classic Montana Jacket... This 1.4 mm drum-dyed cowhide jacket has been in the company's range since the '50s, so the classic look is a natural. The leather has a great "hand," meaning it has an uncommonly soft, supple feel. Snap the liner out in the heat and open the four front pockets ( which have mesh inside) and the rear exhaust vents for a little breeze. The pair of four-position waist belts on each side provide added comfort and style. If you don't care to look like a big, bad biker when you're walking into the restaurant, the Montana has a very classy look and could also pass for fashion wear." Rider Magazine
"No, Editor Mike, BMG does not stand for Buy More Guinness;( It doesn't?---ED) although that's never a bad idea. BMG actually stands for British Motorcycle Gear, and they're a smallish company, run by people who really care about what they make. This classic simple looking black leather jacket is called the Montana and has been a mainstay of their gear for many years--- and you can easily see why, It's built from 1.4 mm cowhide leather, the same weight of skin that most companies use for their professional road race suits. Yet somehow this BMG leather isn't stiff and restrictive, instead it's soft, flexible and easy to wear." Cafe' Racer Magazine. "The "Buy My Gear" boys have given their luxurious cowhide a well-worn, antique sort of finish and we absolutely luuurve it. It's also kitted out with easily removable top-notch body armor( from British experts Knox) a fleecy zip-out liner, plus sturdy metal snaps and zippers. When complete, it's a confidence inspiring jacket for hard-riding, but take the armor out and it's suddenly one of the most handsome looking bar-hopping jackets we've ever seen. Added to all this, it's not plastered in unwanted flashy logos, it's got a flattering fit and loads of pockets, some of which serve double-duty as ventilation. Really, what more could you want? Yeah, we know. More Guinness. BMG are the people who import all of the new Belstaff stuff too, gear like Ewan McGregor's Long Way Down Belstaff jacket, so there are plenty of reasons to book mark this firm's great web site." Cafe Racer Magazine