- Manufactured from 1.4-1.6mm full grain leather.
- Dual front, rear, and sleeve vents for optimal airflow.
- Two inside pockets: Left with a snap closure, Right with a zipper closure.
- Laced adjustable sides.
- Hide-away fleece neck warmer and removable insulated full sleeve liner.
- Removable insulated full sleeve liner with hide-away fleece neck warmer.
- Padded and extended kidney panel.
- Antique Brass YKK Hardware.
*Some of our Men's Classic II Jackets do not have the armor pockets, but we are now designing all Classic II Jackets with armor pockets. During the transition there are limited sizes that are available without them so if you don't want armor pockets, please indicate it in the notes and we will ship as available.
The Classic II Motorcycle Jacket is cut extra long in the back with a padded kidney panel for added protection. Dual front and rear vents move the air easily through a mesh shell while an internal wind flap stops it cold at the zipper. A zip out full sleeve insulated liner completes the climate control package. Side lacing enables you to contour the motorcycle jacket to your body and an inside snap pocket is set in the leather facing where it won't rip out. Leather is 1.4 to 1.6mm soft, thick and supple with a dull luster.
This is the motorcycle jacket I would usually end up wearing before I sold my last bike.
The difference between the Classic I and the Classic II is that the Classic I has a watch pocket and breast pocket on the left side and a half belt in front. Outside of that they are the same leather jacket.
Please read How Your Motorcycle Jacket Is Supposed To Fit if you have any questions on sizing.
Made in USA - Lifetime Guarantee
Our lifetime guarantee covers the workmanship and materials on all of our American made chaps, jackets, vests and pants as long as they are owned by the original purchaser. This includes any problem with snaps, zippers, seams and grommets that arise due to normal use of the garment.
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OUTSTANDING YOU NEED THIS JACKET
Posted by T-Bird on Nov 25th 2016
If you ride, I mean really ride not just to the bar on weekends, you have to add this jacket to your gear. It is hands down THE BEST leather jacket I have owned and have yet to see a better quality jacket. Sizes imo run a lil small so if you're questioning opt for the larger jacket the material and craftsmanship is the best you will find and protection is superb
Posted by Brock Z Rigmaiden on Sep 17th 2016
Jacket arrived with broken snap, Foxcreek sent me replacement snaps. Will YouTube how to fix. A lot of money for a jacket that needs repair, but I like the fit and feel (made in America) so I'll deal with the other issue.
Bomb proof Leather
Posted by Unknown on Aug 11th 2016
I purchased the Men's Classic Motorcycle Jacket II to match my new Road King. I couldn't be happier. It is a very beautiful jacket. I am 6'1" and went with the 50" regular cut to begin with. However, I traded it back in for a 52" Long instead. It was a little tight in the chest and short in the arms for my height and build. If you are my height, definately get the longer length. It makes a difference. Great customer service and great jacket all around.
Classic Motorcycle Jacket II
Posted by Steve Giuliano on Jan 12th 2015
Last year I bought my first Fox Creek Leather leather Motorcycle Jacket, a Classic II. Let me say, I have traveled the world and this without a doubt is the finest leather and craftsmanship in the world. Last week I ordered the deluxe lined chaps to match my jacket.
Well let me tell you, when I ride up on my American, USA Victory motorcycle, wearing my American USA Fox Creek Leather, I am a Showstopper! Everyone can feel the softness of this thick, but soft and pliable leather; and style, unmatched!
I just want to add I am writing this to the public, not because I am getting any payment, at all, I just want all riders to feel what I feel when you wear the full outfit, just awesome! HURRY AND ORDER YOURS TODAY!
Outstanding, Reliable Purchase
Posted by Tim on Dec 12th 2014
A couple months ago, I tossed my jacket atop a pile of collecting junk in the garage after what would turn out to be the last ride of the season.
This jacket has traveled with me for seven years, the better part of 50k miles, and to every conceivable destination. I have tossed it on barstools and sat on it, folded and stuffed it under the bike in museum parking lots, used it as a pillow in my tent in several states. A commendable effort has been made to eliminate the insect population from my home state, and the remains of this effort have been scrubbed off with paper towels and water untold times.
Shortly after mounting the snow tires on the car I finally dragged the jacket inside for its semi annual grooming. This is a chore that I'm sometimes found avoiding for weeks, but when I finally get to it I always enjoy. I wet a towel and scrub the dust and dirt from the jacket, especially out from the seams and folds. Then I break out the mink oil I invested in the day I bought the jacket, and rub light coats of it into the surface.
It's at this point that I always renew my deep appreciation for the materials and workmanship of Fox Creek. That moment the leather shines before the oil draws away under the surface, it just looks so remarkable. The dirt having been wiped away from every crevice and corner, the jacket looks great, almost new. But not new, exactly. It's somehow just a little better. There is a very light hint of wear and tear, inside the elbow creases, and some general patina throughout that looks not the slightest dingy. Rather it tells a quiet tale of adventure and meticulous care.
Except it's really never been that much work, and I've not babied this hide. Just some oil twice a year, or anytime it squeaks and creaks after a rainstorm. Two light coats if it 'looks thirsty' while I'm applying it.
I am glad that someone referred me to Fox Creek Leather all those years ago, and my brother and several others are enjoying their jackets as well, having ordered them on my recommendation and after comparing mine to what's generally available in stores.
A good motorcycle jacket, and everything Fox Creek Leather seems to qualify in spades, is a dependable and respected travel companion. I've been kept warm, and cool, frequently on the same day, kept somewhat dry, and protected from over exposure to the sun and wind on those thousand mile days. This is a heavy jacket, thick and purposeful, with an outstanding look and feel - so supple! - that I'm sure other owners can relate; My travel companion has tipped over its share of chairs.
Best Leathers out There.
Posted by Clayton S. on Oct 18th 2014
Simply put, the best leathers out there. Fox Creek Leather is the only leather products that I own, and will continue to own. I have searched high and low, on the internet and in person, to find a product that even comes close to Fox Creeks' quality and affordability, and believe me, it doesn't exist.
I am so impressed by the quality and craftsmanship of these leathers, that I also own chaps, a vest, and have purchased another jacket for my Father, from Fox Creek Leather.
If you have any doubts about ordering from them, don't because their customer service is awesome, and they were very understanding, and patient with me, because I ordered several jackets from them before I found this one that I liked the most. So if you want my opinion, They are completely honorable, hard working Americans, that put out an amazing hand crafted product, that you will look great in, and will last you a lifetime.
And it doesn't get any better than that.
Thank you Fox Creek.
For reference, I am 6'2 256 lbs, and am wearing a size 52 Long
Classic Motorcycle Jacket II
Posted by John on Apr 22nd 2014
The only thing I can say is WOW, this is the nicest jacket I've held let alone had the privilege of owning, soft leather definitely wears lighter than it is.
No Velcro to be had which is a very good thing just snaps, buttons (on the liner sleeves) and YKK zippers throughout. Jacket fits perfectly and if you have any questions a human picks up the phone when you call. I will be placing another order soon.
Posted by Jack Stevens on Dec 30th 2013
So, if I order it from Fox Creek Leather I'll have to pay all that tax to get it shipped to the UK, and if the reviews are accurate and it's really heavy, then the weight will mean even more additional cost... Orrrrrr... My brother lives in America, he's visiting at Christmas he can wear it over as his own. Ha!
So send cash to little brother and he places the order. I want the classic 2 but with no shoulder epaulettes and no vents - dunno if that's possible but they say they can offer custom option. The jacket arrives at younger sibling's gaff and he writes to let me know it's arrived. Great that was quick. He says it's top quality, it weighs in at more than a small family saloon and probably offers more protection. Even better!
But it's got vents and silly shoulder apparatus and I don't have a beret collection. Still, I'm not that bothered enough to muck about.
Brother arrives wearing jacket sweating his way through Heathrow airport. Oh it's soft, it's heavier than you can believe and it's very cool looking. I've done the research, I've read the reviews so I've measured myself with fleeces on... So I'm pretty peeved to find it only just fits over jumper. Arse! I'll try again tomorrow with lining out - I live in England where rain was invented.
It has to fit I'm already in love and can't send it back!!
You need this jacket
Posted by Kevin on Oct 21st 2013
We got out of town this year for Derby, and drove down to northwestern Georgia to see the sights and relax. It was beautiful, but chilly on way from Louisville to Chattanooga. I was glad I had my trusty $99 leather coat to keep the wind off of me and the accountant in me was even happier with the price. I was a genius. We got up the next morning to 40 degree temps and rain. Buckets and buckets of rain. The jacket made it to the Linfoot Inn and when I unzipped it, the zipper came off in my hand. Ruined the entire trip. When we got back I Googled leather motorcycle jackets and swore off the cheap stuff. Made in USA has always appealed to me and the reviews on this sight for the Classic II made it sound like me.
This thing is incredibly heavy! Buttery soft right out of the box and fits a little bigger than I expected, but has worked out perfect. I'm 6'1 230 with a 46 inch chest. I ordered a 46. The arms are perfect, the front inside chest pocket holds and hides a .38 snubbie perfectly and the zippers are super heavy duty.
Now, I'm sitting in my hotel in Maggie Valley dreading the drive home in the morning in 38 degree temps. I'm fine from the waist up wearing my Classic II Jacket with a cotton t-shirt, long sleeve cotton t-shirt, and medium weight fleece pullover. I put a bandanna around my neck and lined gauntlet gloves on my hands. My problem is, I should have ordered the chaps two weeks ago. Even with fairing lowers, the thighs and calves get chilled. Rain pants help, but they have their own issues.
Keep up the great work guys! The Blue Ridge Parkway is my favorite ride. I'll make it over to see you soon. In the meantime, is there any way you could have someone drive over a pair chaps, tonight? Size L, please.
Posted by Tim on Jun 10th 2013
When I bought my first motorcycle in 2007 I asked around where to buy a jacket. A co-worker let me know that there was only one place, Fox Creek Leather. I did my due diligence and found Fox Creek Leather to be almost universally praised, and at a bare minimum, considered far superior to any mere retail jackets are person is likely to encounter. It seemed that the quality level, robust construction, and safety level were compared to some of the most exclusive custom jackets, while the price made them as accessible as the ready-to-ship inventory.
I bought a Classic II and after one painless exchange, had a jacket that fits very well. I’ve been absolutely in love with the jacket for the past six years and nearly forty thousand miles. Hot, cold, rain, and shine. The vents work terrifically and allow the jacket to adjust to big weather swings. I hate being caught out without it, and barely ride without my extra hide anymore.
At least two other people have purchased Fox Creek Leather jackets after seeing mine and comparing it to what’s available in the stores. This is some stout and heavy leather, but still very soft. Fox Creek Leather jackets are easily the best deal around in motorcycle safety and comfort gear.
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