Womens Cowhide Leather Motorcycle Vest With 7 Pockets By Milwaukee Riders
Your bike and the clothes you wear tell everyone that only the best will do for you. This vest, made with the beautiful Naked Cowhide, comes with concealed gun pockets on both sides with button snap closures. You’ll feel as comfortable as you do safe with side laces for adjustable fit, button snaps, and the polyester and nylon lining. Want to bring along some extra items for the trip? We covered that also with two front stash pockets, two front pockets with zipper closures, two inside pockets with zipper closures, and two without. Since we knew you’d be so proud to wear this vest we left the back panel solid so you could display your club’s badges and colors – cowhide leather motorcycle
- Beautiful Womans Motorcycle Vest
- Made from Top Grade Naked Cowhide Leather
- Contains concealed gun pocket on both sides with button snap closures
- Side laces for adjustable fit
- Solid back panel for patches or embroidery
- Front snap up vest
- 2 front stash pockets, 2 front pockets with zipper closures
- Polyester and nylon lined
- 2 inside pockets with zipper closure, 2 inside pockets without closures
Leather is a strong, flexible and durable material obtained from the tanning, or chemical treatment, of animal skins and hides to prevent decay. The most common leathers come from cattle, sheep, goats, equine animals, buffalo, pigs and hogs, and aquatic animals such as seals and alligators.
Leather can be used to make a variety of items, including clothing, footwear, handbags, furniture, tools and sports equipment, and lasts for decades. Leather making has been practiced for more than 7,000 years and the leading producers of leather today are China and India.
Animal rights groups claim that modern commercial leather making and the consumption of its products is unethically killing animals. According to the life-cycle assessment (LCA) report for the United Nations Industrial Development Organization, 99% of the raw hides and skins used in the production of leather derive from animals raised for meat and/or dairy production.
Critics of tanneries claim that they engage in unsustainable practices that pose health hazards to the people and the environment near them. The processing stages of tanneries use thousands of liters of water for one hide or animal skin and release toxic liquid waste into the environment that can cause soil depletion and health issues related to the human skin, respiratory system and more. However, advancements have been made in the amount and treatment of water used by tanneries to reduce impact.