In 1947, Buco manufactured their first motorcycle jacket, the JH-1. It came available in both brown and black leather. The brown variant had a plain wool lining, whilst the black had a red and black checkered lining. Our brown JH-1 leather has been finished with aniline, creating greater resemblance to its vintage counterpart. The JH-1 model features a fixed studded belt, single breast pocket, two hand warmer pockets and a single inside pocket (a feature not commonly seen on Buco jackets). A design feature which sets the JH-1 apart from other Buco models is the absence of epaulettes and bi-swing back, this gives the jacket a softer shoulder and look overall, allowing it to be easily worn for all occassions other than just motorcycle riding.
- Vegetable Tanned Horsehide (Aniline Finish)
- Twill Wool Lining
- Talon Zipper
- Made in Japan