The biker look is one of the essentials of masculine styles.

So much so that his pieces are classed as timeless and adapt to any season. It is possible to draw inspiration from it for all styles, whether for a classic look or an outfit at the forefront of the latest trends.
If protection is fundamental and motorcycle accessories play a big role in it, being protected does not mean having to cut corners on your style.
Here are three essential accessories that will ensure style, comfort and safety.
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1 Jeans

2 Sneakers

3 The leather jacket

3.1 The biker jacket

3.2 The field jacket

3.3 The racing jacket


The origins of denim date back to the 1870s.

Their robustness and resistance having elected them the preferred garment of the miners. They then quickly arrived in all the wardrobes of workwear enthusiasts. They achieved their iconic status 80 years later, thanks to icons like

James Dean.

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Today, jeans are the most worn pants in the world, they have naturally joined the biker wardrobe thanks to their protective properties.


In the 1870s, the first models were designed using a rubber sole and a fabric upper covering.
The development of rubber working techniques resulted in new soles, which were more discreet and made no noise, thus making it possible to walk discreetly (to sneak, in English). The sneakers were born.
Royal Enfield brown high top trainers
Material: Brown leather
Details: navy blue interior and laces
Non-slip sole
Toe and ankle reinforcements
Reflective tabs on the back
Today, sneakers are the most worn shoes in the world thanks to their comfort. So much so that she joined the catwalks with designers like Raf Simons, Margiela, Balenciaga and Rick Owens. It has thus been able to reinvent itself over the generations.

The leather jacket

As with jeans, leather is one of the strongest materials in clothing. Enough to protect a motorcyclist during a fall. It also provides good heat retention, which is not to be neglected when traveling through snowy landscapes on your bike.
These days, the biker jacket is everywhere. First reserved for the style of bad boys, they have become more democratic to colonize all male wardrobes.
A key piece of the male wardrobe, the leather jacket deserves more development.
Men have worn hides since time immemorial, when they learned to master the tools that allowed them to tan hides. But the leather jacket as we know it has really taken shape since the early 1900s.
The brown pilot jacket first appeared among the ranks of aviators, precisely for its thermal qualities; at an altitude of 2,000 meters, it is best not to freeze in your cockpit. Quickly adopted in the army, this garment was particularly worn by German pilots during the First World War.
The turning point that made the jacket take on its biker style took place in 1928. A Manhattan tailor, Irvin Schott, designed and designed a biker jacket for the famous house of Harley Davidson. Called "perfecto" in echo of the creator's favorite cigar, this leather jacket was designed to protect its owner from the elements and accidents.
Then during the Second World War, the jacket returned to service among the

pilots to become the bomber.

Today, this piece is one of the most expensive pieces in the men's wardrobe. It is also one of the garments that will accompany you the longest through time, precisely thanks to its resistance and its timeless style. It will age with you and take on the marks of the years at the same time as you take on wrinkles, so it will be THE road companion that will follow you as quickly as possible – whether on the handlebars of your machine or on public transport.
In short, very practical for motorcycle clothing for a man biker style.
Royal Enfield classic leather jacket

The biker jacket

Also called Perfecto, it is a short cut jacket, found mainly in black. Marked by several zips and asymmetrical closures, its cut allows motorcyclists to lean easily on their machine without discomfort.
Its youthful and rebellious style should be tempered – for a modern look – with relatively close-fitting jeans. Don't forget to wear a light garment underneath, to ensure that this biker jacket keeps its lines close to the body.
Men's brown sheepskin leather jacket "BOMBARDIER" winter bomber style

The field jacket

The field jacket is usually long and decked out with multiple pockets, it takes all its style in brown tones. Intended for trips to the country, its longer cut will protect you from low temperatures and the elements.
They are more for winter styles. Their looser cut should be tempered with pants cut closer to the body, without being tight. With it, you can put on your thick sweaters without fear.

The running jacket

This sleek style jacket (unlike the two previous ones) is characterized by a short cut. Particularly fashionable in the 1960s in England, men returning from the Second World War had taken to tampering with pre-war motorcycles in order to compete in frantic races.

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