All in the details
SIGNATURE HAND-WAXED COTTON
Originally used by Eighteenth Century sailors, Belstaff water repellant wax cotton is beloved by bikers for its unbeatable protection, its longevity and its endurance. The heritage fabric offers freedom, comfort and breathability in a low-shine finish that can be re-waxed in lieu of cleaning. Triple waxed to simulate years of use at the outset, it only improves with wear.
Aerators were traditionally placed under the sleeves of a biker’s jacket to add breathability without sacrificing wind tight protection. Today, archival aerators also appear on hoods, handbags and as decorative hardware honouring the moto tradition.
The collapsible bellows pocket was designed to keep personal effects dry and secure without adding extra bulk while riding. A feature of the original four-pocket Trialmaster, it retains an ergonomic advantage and is woven throughout the outerwear collection as a design detail.
The metal plaque inside Belstaff’s most legendary jackets signify a garment that is iconic and has historical value for the brand. These selected jackets are the ones most closely identified with the Belstaff brand the world over. The plaques feature the year the style was inducted into this select group and a serial number unique to that garment allowing the owner to know that he or she possesses something completely special.