Though we praise Captain America as the most dominant superhero of Marvel, his styling approach offers one heck of an impression. You can do the same by getting this Captain America Brown Leather Jacket. Chris Evans wore it as Steve Rogers in Captain America: Civil War.
The Captain America Brown Jacket is made of real leather. It has viscose lining inside for ease. Six pockets are featured in this jacket. Four are on the outside, and two are inside. It has an erect collar and zipping closure. You can also get the captain america costume style jacket here.
*From given size chart It is recommended to select the size option corresponding to your body chest size.
**You can also select the size by comparing your jacket chest measurement that fits you the best.
Posted by Kyle T.
I was a little hesitant to order from this site at first. The fact that the type of leather isn't listed (it just says "real leather) was off-putting. I wasn't sure what to expect. However, you need not worry in the least. The jacket is great - the color is very true to the photos, and the quality feels great. All of the zippers on mine pull smoothly. The shoulders have a little bit of construction to them (almost like a suit jacket- they make your shoulders look a little wider than usual). The lining isn't heavy by any stretch of the imagination, but also isn't featherweight. My one almost-complaint is that the buckle hardware on the straps could be better quality; they feel very light. Also, the sleeves on mine are a bit longer than ideal, but that's not the jacket's fault. If you're doing like I did, and shopping around, stop! Order this jacket! You won't be sorry. I'm 5'9", 145lbs and the Small fits me well.
Posted by Jason D.
I had never heard of the company so I was a little skeptical at first, but the reviews seemed to be legit and encouraging so I pulled the trigger on the leather moto style jacket from Civil War. It took a little over two weeks to arrive which is fine (patience guys!). After receiving it and giving it a few wears, my verdict is that it's a good product for the price. Looks good, feels good. Don't expect luxury/designer quality, but it certainly doesn't look or feel cheap. I have no hesitation recommending the product. Advice: if you are debating sizes, go with the smaller one. I'm 5'10" and 185 lbs and the size small fits me well.
Posted by Edward A. Waugh
Due to some quality checking, they had to deliver my jacket 3 days late. Due to that being so late and me being very busy with getting stuff for my new house, I completely forgot about what the jacket looked like. So when I got the jacket, I avoided the tag and saw that there was something wrong with the color of the jacket. It had some light coloring on the body that gave the impression of it being a defected piece. That’s when I re-read the tag, and so the word distressed. Yes, I could be blind but the fact that the jacket came 3 days late.
Posted by Christopher T. Cane
It looked like the manufacturer had a whole stack of orders, but with the quality of the jacket, it's worth the wait. The jacket is in exact the same color than the one shown. The other details are unbelievable, with the button collar tab looking just like in the movie. I will recommend people that they should buy this distressed jacket. I really can't imagine it being any better as a film costume replica.
Posted by Danny Johns
I was so happy with the jacket and the shipping that I thought that everything would be okay. That’s when I came to closure. The zips were smooth and reliable, but the problem came with the button of the collar. I tried closing it, and it opened again! I thought it was loose, but it turns out that I didn’t close it properly. I pressed it hard enough that it eventually closed. Also, my thumb started to pain. I’m still giving it 4 stars but due to the quality of the jacket and delivery. This button was a pain in the ‘neck’ (no pun intended). After I had written to them about this, they told me that it happens because of the new pieces. At times, the zip is even rough, but once you keep opening and closing it, it gets okay.