Customize my leather jacket?

by Molly
(Holland, MI)

I have a great - and expensive! - black leather motorcycle jacket. Very comfortable. Fits great. Love it. It is not, however, reflective at all. Is it possible to have an existing jacket customized to make it more visible at night? Something that looks great and lights up when headlights hit it. I'd rather not spend another $350 for a new jacket.

I'm in the West Michigan area, if you know of someone how can do it.


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by: Anonymous

Check out the MSF website. They offer a black mesh reflective ve4st that is superior to most others in that the reflective parts are also easily visible even in daylight hours. The black vest can be worn over your jacket and is not obnoxious looking.

Customize Jacket
by: 1200 lady

Check out Ace High Leathers. Nancy is the bomb and Can help make your customizing dreams come true for a fair price.

by: Molly.

Great ideas. Thanks!

by: Anonymous

keep your jacket and buy a reflective vest to fit over it ~ I love mine

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by: Lynn - SW Florida

Check out some reflective patches. My boyfriend surprised me by having a beautiful orange/white "Lady Rider" patch sewn onto the back of my jacket. He didn't realize it at the time, but the white portion of the patch is reflective. It is pretty AND reflective.

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