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These are custom-made all leather motorcycle breeches. I had them made specifically to my measurements by Mr. S. Leather of San Francisco, California. Mr. S does great work, and I own many leather garments made and sold by them.
These breeches are made of medium weight (7-8 oz) top grain cowhide leather. They have a traditional full seat for added comfort when I sit astride my Harley. The legs taper to fit closely at my ankles and have a zipper closure at each ankle so tall patrol boots will pull over them easily.
There are four pockets -- two in the front and two snap-closed pockets on the back. That's what bikers want -- plenty of pockets in riding pants. The breeches are also cut so there is ample room in the crotch. This is important when a biker swings his leg over the saddle of his iron horse -- doesn't bind the private parts or restrict movement.
These breeches have a zip fly, an important feature to bikers. Fetish-oriented leather often has a snap fly, which is fine for fetish purposes, but not for gear that a guy wants to keep his fly shut while swinging a leg over a motorcycle saddle.
These breeches weren't cheap, but they are perfect for what I use them for -- comfort, style, and protection when I ride my motorcycle.
These photos shows the zipper at the bottom of each leg that closes the breeches for a perfect fitting of patrol boots over them.