I just picked up a cafe racer style jacket made by Natal off of eBay for $100. After reading some posts here about their quality, I had to see one for myself in person. For $100, I figured it was a pretty good risk. The styling isn't a replica of the pre-60's era, exactly, but is a fairly timeless modern style that won't be going away in any future I can foresee. It arrived today, and I'm very pleased at the weight and quality of the leather. It is super thick, like a baseball glove. Fits like a glove, too. It's a size lower than I normally wear, but fits very close and snug over a t-shirt. Top coat is mostly worn away and has developed a fantastic patina with plenty of grain, and a soft hand. Should be a great jacket for early fall/late summer riding. Only two things about it that I'd change: the inside pocket is on the right side, making it better for a left-handed wearer to reach in with their dominant hand, and not much of a storm flap behind the main zipper -- only about a quarter inch of leather behind the teeth of the zip. As quibbles go, they're both quite minor. These seem to be undervalued on eBay right now, but I don't see them all that often, either. If my example is representative, they're a fantastic value. I feel like this one is worth easily double again what I paid for it. From what I have been able to find, they didn't sell for much more than that new, which is astounding. Today a jacket of this quality would easily command $400-500. I haven't been able to determine if Natal is still in operations or if they've gone out of business. Does anyone know?