Seeing a garage rock band perform in tweed overcoats or Gore-Tex pullovers would be freakin’ weird. Gritty rock bands belong clad in black leather jackets. Always have, always will be. Pride & Glory: The Rockers’ Jacket features years of images and stories about rock’s most common garment. The 400 page read traces the history of the leather jacket’s popularity back to the 50′s when it was the ultimate sign of rebellion through current trends with the staple today. The book also features iconic Lewis Leathers numbers that have never been seen before and their contemporary counterparts. Whether the bands road Harleys to their shows is irrelevant.