The cafe racer is an iconic style originating out of Britain.
By far the best-looking tunic we have ever seen was an early 1950s American style and we based The Kensington on this racing shirt.
Named after the famed Jewish market in Toronto, Kensington, this jacket is simple beauty. Using a giant back panel reminiscent of the 1930s this jacket works without a bi-swing back. The give in the pattern behind the shoulders and the V-gusset that is formed over the belt buckle in the front allow for the forward arm movement. This icon has piping over the zippers and across the shoulder, back, chest pockets, and cuffs, and has one interior pocket. The 1950s diamond pulls on the chest pockets finish this simple, classic, look.
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