Continuously making waves in the footwear realm, Hender Scheme is known for its interesting approaching to leather construction, most recognizable in the use of natural untanned leather. Expanding their expertise beyond footwear and accessories, Ryo Kashiwazaki creates a rider's jacket made in a combination of deerhide, horsehide, and cowhide. The trio of leather used for different parts of the jacket all subtly deviate in tone and texture, which will ultimately yield different patinas throughout. Even though all iterations of the jacket will begin the same, they will become drastically different dependent on the wearer and each leather's characteristics; I would love to see the progression of change with these jackets as seen with the their past footwear releases. Available now at HAVEN and select Hender Scheme stockists.