It's been a while since Belstaff, the classic British outerwear brand, branched out from waxed cotton motorcycle jackets. But their latest collection for fall/winter, starting to hit their online shop, takes moto-inspired coolness to a whole new level, at prices ranging from $500 to $5,000 per piece.
Topping the lust list are a number of luxurious, Mad Max-worthy weatherproof leather parkas, some with fur-trimmed hoods like the Edworth LE jacket ($12,95, above) that are tough enough to tackle anything short of an actual apocalypse.
Other pieces like the Calderdale Knit ($1950) combine shearling, leather and wool for a badass layered look and maximum style at any speed.
The Northdown jacket (price on request) above in a stealth camo pattern with a fur-trimmed hood looks like it would keep you well-insulated on the back of a bike at the Arctic Circle.
The padded Fyfield vest ($650) is probably a better call for city wear, with a shearling collar, leather trim and the perfect weight for warmth and comfort.
But if you really want to go all-out get a jump on the Dennington one-piece down-filled motorcycle suit ($2350) that'll keep you going long after your bike itself has given up the ghost.