Traditional styling with contemporary design and A safety rating. This classic-styled wet-waxed cotton jacket uses traditional materials and manufacturing techniques but hidden beneath the old-world look is a hidden layer of modern technology.
Inside, it has a breathable membrane for added protection against the weather and a classic Oxford lining. The collar features a rolled neoprene finish and corduroy facing on the inside as do the cuffs, adding to comfort levels. It has a big YKK No10 zipper at the front, handwarmer pockets and a short connection zip for adding pants. New Oxford Heritage press studs feature too.
There is provision for a back protector of your choice and CE Level 1 protectors to shoulders and elbows as standard.The Holwell is produced by British Millerain, a company which harks back to a day when goods were transported by wind-powered ships. Their sails were made from cotton which was waxed to protect against the ravages of the sea; the material consequently found its way into the clothing which sailors wore to protect themselves from the same weather.
OUR ADVICE: Go up a size from your normal jacket size.
Respectful of the material's heritage, Oxford's designers have employed traditional tailoring methods to assemble the outer garment. For example, pockets are pleated in order to lie flat when empty but provide space to expand when full. The collar and accompanying (removable) belt are designed and cut in 3 dimensions, rather than as simple, flat panels; the resulting fit is just perfect. On the front of the jacket are two princess seams ensuring this is a tailored fit for women. The labour-intensive triple-stitching employed in all the key and critical impact areas are both pleasing to the eye and highly protective.
The result is a highly protective jacket which looks and feels great.
The phenomenal success of Oxford Products owes so much to their passion and belief in motorcycle racing. From a small venture that began in 1973, they have focused tirelessly on the quality of their service and products, launching it’s own branded rider wear in 2013 to great industry acclaim