What makes the Axel’s Deerskin jacket so desirable is that it only gets better with age. It’s the kind of rugged, worked style one has to earn.
Over the years, the skin starts to warp and break-in to tell the story of the wearer who inhabits it. The leather crinkles and molds along the joints and around the seams, becoming more supple and better fitting as its broken in.
Even better is the subtle patina and color distortion that appears notably along the collar, at the elbows and around the pockets.