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Men's Moto Collection

Better Together: Leather Jackets and Rugged Boots

The Moto Collection ramps up your wardrobe

Our Moto Collection is all about rugged, refined leathers and sturdy, stylish boots, inspired by a motorcycle aesthetic. Take a cue from the bike scene’s untamable sense of adventure and hit the road in our range of classic leather jackets, boots, and slim silhouettes.


Our Mount Wilson Bomber Jacket is light, but heavy enough for cooler nights. The smooth finish and waxed texture on the jacket make it one-of-a-kind piece and touches like the waxed cotton ribbed cuffs and elbow patches make this a stand out item. More concerned with comfort? The soft cotton lining make it super comfortable to wear. 

Worn with our Echo Lake black denim and the Brewstah Side-Zip Boot in light brown suede, with white organic cotton laces, the look is cool and understated.  

The Brewstah Side-zip boots are hardy and crafted with a heritage feel, and with the Sensorflex™ sole which provides underfoot support, they’re designed for comfort during long days on your feet.  


In our second look, we pair our Tenon Leather Field Jacket in Cocoa, a two-tone jacket made with premium leather. The black patches make this leather jacket an original – and it’s sturdy enough for wet and cool weather. It’s complemented well with dark denim jeans, like our Thompson Lake Workwear 5 pocket pant with front straight pockets, a back patch pocket and a tool pocket in slim fit (available in black, bronze, cub and botanical garden green). 

A T-shirt, like our Herring River Moto Tee is soft and casual (it also helps you channel your inner James Dean). Our City Premium 6-inch Side Zip Boots are a cool weather staple to wear on any night out.

This autumn, take your look up a notch with our Moto Collection. Hardy leather jackets, dark jeans and sturdy boots are a timeless look that will block out the elements while looking effortlessly cool. 

Check out the rest of the Moto Collection with the help of our latest MarkMaker, photographer Benjamin Holtrop.