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Boda Skins Kay Michaels Men’s Leather Jacket Review By Stuart Reardon

The price of the Boda Skins jackets are very close to stepping into the designer brand price bracket, setting you back around £459, this jacket is worth every penny if it's within your budget. it’s definitely made to last and comes with a 100 year guarantee.

I have a few cool jackets in my collection, I think I have a jacket addiction, I don't think you can go wrong with the classic black model. But is it the correct decision for you? Find out in my review!


Design & Style


The Boda Skins Kay Michaels Leather Jackets have based their design on the classic biker style, something which is seemingly timeless. Ever since biker jackets were first created they have gained legions of fans throughout each passing decade. The Boda Skins team know what the people like, adopting this same classic look for their flagship piece, yet adding their own unique additions and details. The most easily noticeable feature is the heavily padded upper arm sleeves, this is what easily sets them apart from rival brands and also what makes Boda Skins jackets instantly recognisable and so attractive to look at! The leather looks expensive, more of a matte colour rather then the deep and dark alternatives.



Leather & Details

As mentioned, the leather looks high end, but upon touching, it feels expensive too! Incredibly soft and supple, particularly the iconic arm padding and the overall feel of the fabric when wearing it. the leather doesn’t have the side effect of being delicate, so no need to worry too much about easily damaging your newly acquired jacket.

The jacket is well designed and covered in little details, Boda Skins logo branded studs, quality zippers made to last pullers, an internal phone pocket, and the unobtrusive English flag patch on one of the arms. These nice little subtleties are what separates this well designed quality product from it's rivals.



  1. Comfort


Biker leather jackets are an iconic style, one of the few types of clothing which complements almost anything in your wardrobe, the Boda Skins Kay Michaels is no different. Paired dressed down with your favourite jeans and sneakers and a crisp white T Shirt or slung over the top of your smart shirt and tie, creating an eye catching combo. When it comes to regular wear, this jacket pretty much ticks all the boxes. With its internal soft padding and smooth feeling leather, you won’t ever feel uncomfortable. It’s a jacket that I can wear all day. The Sizing

I choose one size up being an athletic build man, size XL in Boda Skins jackets fits me like a large, so be aware before you order, they fit really nice and snug in the arms and shoulder area (without constriction). The sleeve lengths are great, suitably sitting across my wrists. Top marks from me if you get the right size, it also comes in a tall version if you’re on the taller side.



Price

The price of the Boda Skins jackets are very close to stepping into the designer brand price bracket, setting you back around £459, this jacket is worth every penny if it's within your budget. it’s definitely made to last and comes with a 100 year guarentee.



My Summary

My opinion of this jacket was always going to be good, after over a year it's still my favourite jacket, (after all, I already told you I love it). Excellent style and design, super soft leather, a small fit so go for a size above your normal fit.This leather jacket is one of the best I have had, over a year in and it still fits like new. The Kay Michaels has become iconic now and one of the most beautifully designed leather jackets I’ve seen, especially detailing which goes into this jacket.


Let me know what you guys think of this leather jacket?


Peace Stu :)

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