My very first of these jackets was a cafe racer tagged Arizona. I later on got a Natal cafe racer which was exactly the same, down to the last stitch, made in leather that I presume came from the same tannery, except that Arizona was like 2x heavy and considering how heavy the leather Natal used work in was, I suppose you can imagine what kind of a dreadnought that was. I bought an Aero right afterwards and felt like crying because I thought I'd be getting something even heavier and instead what was, compared to that Arizona, a lightweight leather jacket. Leather was characteristically Natal, only thicker. It was truly insane. Stitching was aesthetically shoddy at places but considering the hide the machinist had to work with, it's no wonder. Then I got my Natal cross zip which I sold to fund another jacket, something that would've ended up being a huge mistake even if I wasn't scammed by a crook from New York but live and learn. My last Natal jacket and one that could've easily been an endgame piece, if I only had allowed it.