Right after releasing wilderness utility top, the american Prometheus Design Werx is introducing another leather jacket for daily wear under the trade name the O.R. 66. The jacket stands out with its classic design, inspired from the ’30s, ’40s, and ’50s. It reminds the jackets of motorcycle riders.
The jacket is constructed with timeless “half-belt” silhouette. The Horween Horsehide leather has been used as a base material. The manufacturers haven’t yet specified what kind of materials are used in the inner part of the jacket. But it looks like, it is made of nylon and cotton.
The jacket itself features Period USN G1-style wind flap, gusseted bi-swing back, lined interior “Napoleon” pockets. There is also a hidden pocket in the collar for keeping important stuff such as keys. Zippers are from YKK.
Having a closer look to a new O.R.66 jacket, we found out that this jacket is perfect for riders and for those who need to move a lot. It provides a lot of flexibility, as it is not bulky and yet it offers protection from mild weather.
The exact dimensions of the jacket is not known yet. However, it is already known that the jacket is made in California. The O.R.66 will be available tomorrow at PDW’s online store. The pricing information is not available yet.