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As the Italians will say, the selection of stores and markets offering leather jackets in Florence "è embarassante" which literally means it is (almost) embarrassing. And although I wouldn't say it is embarassing - I would venture to say, it is overwhelming.




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If you are looking for a leather jacket - then you will be delight in the selection to be found in Florence, as it will literally appear unending. If you are looking for an Italian leather jacket - the search will require you to be a bit more discerning.


And, of course, there is always the question: if it is not Italian leather, does that mean its not good leather? The obvious answer is NO, but it does mean it is not the quality of leather that one associates with Italy and, therefore, may not wear as well as you had hoped when you made the investment.


It is near to impossible to give you a list of the best places to buy a leather jacket - because your options are almost endless. As you roam the beautiful streets of Florence you will be bombarded with stores, market stalls and enticing boutiques that offer jackets. In my quest to provide a bit of groundwork, I turned to the natives and I asked them... if you were to buy a leather jacket, where would you go? And some of the answers surprised me. I thought most would have that tiny hidden secret boutique, but actually the results proved that they prefered the classic stores which are practically status symbols in Florence.


Bemporad (Via Calzaiuoli 11/15/17/B Firenze ) is located in the heart of Florence. Another classic, established in 1885, they have been serving the well-dressed citizens of Florence for over 100 years. Originally carrying only a menswear collection, they have long sinced opened their doors to the fairer sex as well. Their collections concentrate on sleek, classic lines and include handcrafted leather garments to sportswear. The store actually carries a wide range of items from everyday clothing to accessories - and, of course, classic leather jackets. Not only do they have designer fashionwear but they also have a wide selection of their own styles. When I asked why he suggested this boutique, Enrico - who has worked with supplying leather jackets to an international market for over 15 years - explained that he knows where they have their jackets made and they are Italian suppliers that create with criteria.


A recent addition to the Florence market of leather boutiques is Benheart, a brand that is just 5 years old. But its growth in this short amount of time, with two stores in Florence, another in Rome, Verona, Tokyo and Milan, shows the popularity and high-quality of the artisan, trendy jackets, shoes and accessories they have on offer. Learn more about Benheart through our interview with Ben, one of the brand's founding partners.


Most of us know that leather is a natural material which is not ready to use in its original or raw form when it is extracted from animals. It goes through number of processes - from removal of hairs on the skin, tanning, drying etc. These processes involve using special chemical treatment and technique to achieve the final grade of leather. Having worked very closely in a leather tannery, I have witnessed how every process was carried out to achieve the desired leather quality. Because of these countless hours of manpower and special processes, the final product turns out to be a little expensive than fake leather which is simply a plastic coating on a piece of cloth. Yes, thats true..and because fake leather is simply a coated material, it cannot provide the same level of protection and warmth that a genuine leather would.


So in a nutshell, a cheap leather jacket cannot be of best quality and the best quality leather jacket cannot be cheap. And even if you find one, that may not be a REAL/GENUINE leather jacket. So does it sound confusing? I hope not..


So now the question is how much should a real leather jacket cost. A Real or Genuine Leather Jacket can cost you anywhere from $300 to $2000 or more, depending on the quality and origin of leather hide and the brand popularity. But remember, expensive is not always the best. Plus, Price and Quality don't always correlate !! In fact the world's most expensive and high-end Purse Brand does not even use Real Leather. They are just good at selling and marketing their name !!


So how come our jackets have reasonably lower price tag than other popular brands if they are made with Top Quality Leather ? That's a very Valid Question...and the answer is: We currently do not retail our jackets...meaning there is no middle man who would take his share in selling our jackets. In order to make our jackets affordable we only sell these jackets online almost at the wholesale rates. We do not have any overhead cost and are not spending fortune on marketing. Its a family owned business running by a couple.


At Finest Leathers. We believe that a real leather jacket is an investment to your Closet and therefore you should get Return on your Investment by making sure that it gives you the pleasure and comfort every time you wear it. A real leather jacket will mold to your body and gives a unique look as it gets older. It is durable and should last longer or even lifetime.


As a matter of fact, when pondering upon buying a new leather jacket, one should ask himself , how much you can afford to pay every pay check instead of how much should a leather jacket cost. Because, honestly, you dont buy leather jacket every season. Therefore, we have partnered with KLARNA so our customers can split their cost over 4 easy installments without any extra charges. Simply choose Klarna when checking out and we will take care of the rest.


Poor man can definitely buy a leather jacket. Our brand core objective is to make everyone happy by offering good quality leather jackets at a very reasonable cost. If your budget doesnt allow, we have partnered with Klarna by which you can break your cost to 4 biweekly payments without incurring any charges or credit check. Plus if you are student we give 20% discount if a valid student ID can be shown. Just email us to our address above and we would be happy to help.


So, before you opt for any leather jacket, to make your decision worth it we are here with a leather jacket buying guide. This guide is surely going to help you get your hands on the leather jacket which is made for you.


When you think about how to buy leather jacket the most crucial and important part is to pick the type of leather and to know what leather is used in the leather jacket. It can be very difficult for a normal person, who has not much knowledge on this subject to identify what is what. You could do worse than learning about leather in detail before buying your dream leather jacket.


The entire hide is used in full-grain leather in its natural state with marks, scars, and patterns are retained and not altered. It ages well with use and is higher in price as only the best quality hides are suitable.


Top-grain leather is split from bottom layers, it is thinner and flexible than full-grain and remains the same throughout its life. Putting functionality aside, top-grain leather is used to make most fashion jackets (where the look is the main thing).


The skin of a recently shorn sheep or lamb that has been tanned and treated with the wool intact is what we call shearling leather. Shearling jackets, therefore, are the most expensive ones in the market.


The next tip in our leather jacket guide is to know about the joints and panels of the leather jacket. As a rule of thumb, jackets made with fewer panels making fewer joints would be more expensive than a jacket made with many panels and forming many joints.


There are exceptions though; where a jacket, having many panels and forming many joints may also be expensive due to detailing, embroidery, or embellishment that is used alongside the panels and joints.


The inner lining is an extra layer of fabric that adds more weight to the jacket and thus tells about the leather jacket quality. It helps to firmly tug down the jacket on your shoulders and makes for a smooth fall from top to bottom. The inner lining also absorbs sweat in some cases, is soft, warm, and makes for comfortable wearing.


The type of fabric used in the inner lining of the jacket and the qualities it offers will also have a bearing on the price of a jacket. Bemberg lining is considered to be the best option for the inner lining. It is breathable, light, and has a silky touch.


Clean and neat stitching in a jacket is testament to the jacket being of the highest quality, evidence of great effort put into making the jacket. A good leather jacket will be stitched with strong polyester thread evenly and thickly with no loose ends.


Additionally, decorative stitching on pockets and seams is a very desirable detail among jacket enthusiasts. Decorative stitching and details in a jacket require extra effort which leads to an increase in price.


Examining the hardware and accessories used in a leather jacket can be a great and easy way to judge the quality of a jacket or a brand. One must make sure before buying a particular jacket that it contains quality accessories and hardware.


Accessories, also called embellishments, include patches, motifs, studs, eyelets, buckles or any type of additional often decorative elements used to enhance the look of the jacket. Likewise; hardware refers to the zippers, buttons of all types, or metallic elements that have a functional aspect such as closure of the jacket.


For zippers, YKK and RiRi zippers are well-known. Its use means that other components used in the jacket would be of good quality. These zippers are shinier, stronger and smoother in zipping up or down.


A pretty valid point to remember before you buy a leather jacket is the cut and fit. These two aspects can make or break your chances of looking good in your leather jacket, regardless of where you got it. 041b061a72


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