Build Your Own Schott Leather Jacket

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Whether you are obsessed with Kim Kardashian and Kanye West or not, there is a good chance you came across the image of their custom made “Just Married” leather jackets as they posed in a photo booth at their wedding. Schott NYC is the designer of Kanye West’s sleek and stylish jacket. Founded in 1913, the American clothing company is still located in New York City and run by the Schott family.

Schott NYC was the first company to put a zipper on a jacket. Their famous Perfecto® motorcycle jacket appeared in popular movies like The Wild One (1953), and they also made clothing for the U.S. military during World War II.

Well, good news! For the first time in their 100 years of business, Schott NYC is giving you the chance to build your own Schott leather jacket; a completely customizable Perfecto® motorcycle jacket starting at $995.00. Just visit their website and follow the simple instructions to create your ideal leather jacket. Choose from the numerous colors they offer such as black, navy, silver, and fuchsia to name a few. Enhance your jacket by choosing the colors of your lining, top and under collar, pocket welts, hardware, zipper, and more. But wait, I haven’t even gotten to the best part. You will be able to visually see your custom design right before your very eyes on the site, so you can be sure you are 100% happy with your purchase. Hurry up while you still can!

Image courtesy of Schott NYC

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