Belstaff was founded in 1924 by Eli Belovitch and his son-in-law Harry Grosberg in Longston, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. The name Belstaff is a combination of Eli's surname and his Staffordshire home. Belstaff was the first company to use wax cotton in the manufacturing of waterproof apparel for motorcycling.
The Belstaff Roberts waxed jacket takes the form and function of their leather Sliider jacket and remakes it in lighter-weight waxed cotton. The Roberts includes all the style you'd expect from Belstaff and geatures a corduroy neck lining, CE armor at the shoulders and elbows and pocketfor a back protector (sold separately). The waterproof lining means the jacket will keep you dry when the skies open.
Crafted from signature 10 ounce waxed cotton, the Brooklands 2.0 Jacket perfetly unites the vintage racer with the modern technologist. This classic shell is subtly paired with a seam-sealed, waterproof internal membrane to guarantee dryness. For cooler excursions, Belstaff includes a detachable 150 gram thermal liner that further accentulates the cozy corduroy detailing at the inner cuffs, collar and waist. Adding reinforcement, diamond-stiched exterior panels mirror internal D3O T5 EVO X impact armor at the shoulders and elbows.
Tough Subtle and supple, the Belstaff Rider Jacket is all of the above. Supported by CE level armor at both the shoulders and elbows, the Rider Jacket is constructed of thick yet velvety calfskin leather with discrete quilted accents over the elbows and shoulders.
Other popular Belstaff products also available including the Temple Jacket, classic Tourist Jacket and more.