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Belstaff Crosby jacket

In the world of the motorcycling, there are really just two styles of jacket: the short and the long! The long jacket from Belstaff is called the Trialmaster and has four pockets and a belt. The short jacket is normally more of a blouson style, and is often associated with a sportier style of bike. Belstaff call their version the Mojave or the Brooklands. The Belstaff Crosby jacket sits somewhere between the two and almost, for that reason, is our favourite. It just seems to fit more people and works on and off the bike. It still has four pockets, but instead of a belt it has adjusters on the waist to taper the jacket in. New for 2024, the Belstaff Crosby comes in a technical wax cotton in four colours or in leather (called the Turner) in two colours.  In many ways, it is the perfect all-round jacket. Not too long. Not too short. Can be layered up to wear in colder weather but it is light enough to wear through most of the summer. It is, in fact, just right!

How often should I rewax my Belstaff Crosby jacket?

A modern Belstaff motorcycle jacket does not need rewaxing in the way that traditional wax cotton jackets did. They Crosby is not relying on the wax finish for its waterproofing as it has a fixed drop-liner Miporex membrane for that purpose. The modern wax finish is for look and feel rather than pure function.

Does the Belstaff Crosby come up true to size?

Truth be told, even though Belstaff is back in British hands, the sizing is still a little Italian. Check the size charts on the jackets as you will probably need to size up on the Crosby.



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