Miss Enthusiast Harley-Davidson Leather Jacket

Styled to look like you’ve been wearing it for years… Made from mid-weight distressed cowhide leather, the new women’s Distressed Miss Enthusiast Leather Jacket (P/N 97122-13VW, starting at $375) from the Harley-Davidson® MotorClothes® line matches convenient features with classic and comfortable style.

Two zippered shoulder vents complement two zippered back vents for custom climate control, while pockets at the elbows and shoulders accept accessory body armor for added protection. Its pre-curved sleeves and action back provide all-day riding comfort, while four pockets offer great storage options. Available in XS – 3W sizes. The Distressed Miss Enthusiast Leather Jacket is available now at most Harley-Davidson dealerships.

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7 Responses to “Miss Enthusiast Harley-Davidson Leather Jacket”


  1. 1 Zipper Sep 13th, 2012 at 9:26 am

    Some of China’s finest work. ..Z

  2. 2 Kirk Perry Sep 13th, 2012 at 12:07 pm

    Harley-Davidson should be looking into hemp/cotton (45/55). Wears longer than 100% cotton. Softer than 100% cotton.

    “Hemp’s so strong….and has been gone for so long (since the 30’s depression collapsed the never recovered USA textile industry) that hemp thread cannot be used, since it breaks our sewing machines, so we still use poly-cotton.” – Summer

    This is the source for the new old-age material of the future. A colored map of the U.S. shows that if (4) small states grew hemp, it would supply the entire U.S.

    If Harley-Davidson promoted hemp/cotton they will be recognized as introducing the new-old-way to people who don’t even know what hemp really is or give a flip about 1937’s Harry J. Anslinger & the Episcopal Church, the nitwit’s that ruined hemp for everybody.

  3. 3 Kirk Perry Sep 13th, 2012 at 12:09 pm

    Get it here first. A second generation manufacturer/importer of eco-textiles, small orders – up.
    http://www.envirotextile.com/

  4. 4 Kirk Perry Sep 13th, 2012 at 12:58 pm

    And hemp/cotton blends will have the same wear qualities of a heavier weight (8.5 oz. cotton) using a lighter oz. fabric of hemp/cotton (7.5 oz.) instead.

    The first Levi’s made in San Francisco were hemp. Miners rarely washed their Levis, since they used them more as a “tool”. And, they would roll them up and stash them in mines, where they’re being hunted and retrieved in NorCal, stiff as cardboard but still serviceable.

  5. 5 Kirk Perry Sep 13th, 2012 at 8:54 pm

    I ordered 2.25 yds of 12oz. 55% hemp / 45% Cert. Org. Cotton (preshrunk-softened) in Khaki, Black, & Dk. Brown from Summer in Glenwood Springs, and my seamstress & pattern maker is prepared to cut & stitch a pair of size 33 (lined) 17″ inseam, cell phone shorts in each color.

    Since my last encounter with Harley-Davidson, Inc., March 27, 1998 resulted in a favorable reaction from Dyann L. Kostello, legal counsel, and my word unbroken, I will be more than happy to sacrifice one of the (3) pair to HD for inspection and wear testing.

    These men’s shorts are going to change the world, if we have a backer with market clout. (not forgetting about Cyril). A percentage of something is worth more than 100% of nothing, and I have done at least 8-years of research on this one design. We’ll be the first. Then get ripped off immediately, but we were the first.

    These are riding shorts, mechanic shorts, and live-in’s that have a consistent fit. If one pair of 33W fits you, then every pair you order will fit exactly the same.

    Change. Be Coca-Cola® …. not Pepsi®.

  6. 6 Kirk Perry Sep 14th, 2012 at 5:37 pm

    And included with those samples was a 7.4 oz. unbleached, unwashed, 55% hemp – 45% cert. Org. Cotton swatch (the latter being the only 100% cotton available in America – unbleached, undyed & unwashed) for pockets that without pre-wash and cook-drying will shrink 3%), which the seamstress questioned “post-wash” since in the original sample, you can kinda see light through the weave.

    EnviroTech said not so, “Once you put the material through the warm wash and hot-dry the weave tightens considerably and we have some beater tote bags in the office that have lasted years using the same sample you’re holding. They’ll make for tough-wearing pockets”.

    See? There’s more to learn, and ends-up being a case for hemp as a fuel source and corn for cattle. It makes sense but you have to move people.

    Hard to beat leather for bucking a headwind though.

  7. 7 Kirk Perry Sep 21st, 2012 at 1:33 am

    The warp and weft are the basic constituents of all textiles. This textile is a broadcloth known as “pineapple”.
    45% hemp 55% organic cotton. The off-white is unbleached 45/55 for pockets.

    Colorfast. Warm washed and fry-dried to preshrink, even the lint removed from the Maytag dryer screen was thicker than plain cotton. Piled high. Easy to remove in one thick sheet. Hemp/cotton is something else.
    It’s gonna be a real contender out there in the durable clothing market. Beats 100% cotton hands-down for wear.

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