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The Daytona Ladies leather jacket from Richa is a retro style motorcycle jacket with stitched leather on the shoulders and elbows. A great looking fitted retro cafe racer jacket, the Daytona is made from high-quality bovine leather and comes equipped with CE approved flexible D3O elbow, shoulder and back armour. There is also a removable thermal lining making the Daytona Ladies leather jacket a great all-year-round-jacket. All in all, a fantastic looking jacket to wear on your cafe racer, scrambler or bobber and great for everyday use.

£299.99

Richa Daytona Ladies Leather Jacket - Black

Richa Daytona Ladies Leather Jacket - Black

Excl vat £249.99 Incl. Tax: £299.99
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Product Description Sku: RICDAYLBLK

The Daytona Ladies leather jacket from Richa is a retro style motorcycle jacket with stitched leather on the shoulders and elbows. A great looking fitted retro cafe racer jacket, the Daytona is made from high-quality bovine leather and comes equipped with CE approved flexible D3O elbow, shoulder and back armour. There is also a removable thermal lining making the Daytona Ladies leather jacket a great all-year-round-jacket. All in all, a fantastic looking jacket to wear on your cafe racer, scrambler or bobber and great for everyday use.

  • High quality bovine leather
  • Mesh lining for added comfort
  • Removable thermal lining
  • D3O CE elbow, shoulder and back armour included
  • Zipper to connect to trousers
  • Waist adjustment
  • Material Leather
  • Gender Women

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