The Kensington Racer jacket design is based on the earliest café racer we own from Buco of Detroit which had an incredibly clean futuristic appearance with a quite complex pattern. It is defined as a racing shirt due to the simplicity of the single back panel. Early period jackets often did not have the common bi-swing should gussets to allow for easy arm movement. We designed a double v-shape with curved seams to make the forward arm motion work on this style of racing shirt. Each panel has leather piping to cover up the pocket and front zippers and a decorative yolk welt.