For any Steve McQueen fan, These Steven R. McQueenGulf Leather Jacket is the perfect one to wear. Whether used on a motorcycle or going out to dinner, these gulf leather jacket will be the perfect accessory for you. This button-up Collar has a classic design, with split tabs on the collar and front zipper. It's available in two colors: black And white. The black version has a stripe on one side chest. Offsetting the white jacket, there are red and blue stripes on one side of the chest that run vertically.You can dress more uniquely by wearing this outerwear on the outside edge of a jacket.
Steven R. McQueen Gulf Leather Jacket Specification
Available in Black and White colors
Material Craft from superior quality genuine & faux leather
Colourful stripes at the front on one side of the chest
Erect collars with snap tab button
Zipper for closure
History Steven R. McQueen
Steven was born in 1950 and he is the eldest of two children. Steven's father was a Walmart store manager. Steven's mother, Linda, stayed at home. Steven had a normal childhood with his family. He never really had any connection with his grandparents who lived only five minutes from their home.
It was said that they didn't like Steven's father for some reason. They were always very distant to the family.
Steven grew up to be a nerdy, gothic boy in school who wasn't popular at all and he had no friends even though he tried really hard to make some. He also spent most of his time reading comic books and playing on his mom's old phone when he was little. The only thing that seemed really interesting about him is that he loved horror movies and would watch them in secret every night with a flashlight since he knew that his mother would never allow him to do so. His parents would constantly fight over what kind of movies Steven should watch but there was nothing they could do since their son is a stubborn person. Steven would rarely talk to anyone and when he does it is in a very arrogant tone, making others dislike him even more.
In 1966, Steven's grandfather became ill and died suddenly of a heart attack at the age of 41. Five years later, his grandmother also died of an unknown disease that seemed to be spreading throughout the family very fast with no treatment possible. Because of this reason, Steven had always been suspicious about these two deaths since there is no way that his grandparents could have diseases and die so soon without any answers as to why those things happen. This lead to many sleepless nights for Steven because he could not get over the idea that it was something else other than just old age causing their death.
From 1966 to 1976, he starred in the movie "The Blob", "The Dunwich Horror", "The Cars That Ate Paris", and others.
In 1976, he starred in the cult film "Carrie" which was a huge success.
In 1985, Steven McQueen became a producer for more than 80 movies.
In 1995, Steven McQueen began starring in the TV series "The Practice". In 1999, he acted in the film "Fight Club" with Brad Pitt and Helena Bonham Carter among other actors.
Steven McQueen's death is a mystery as he died with no answers as to why he passed away so young at age forty-four. It was said that he died of a heart attack but his body did not show any signs of that. The medical examiner stated only days after the actor's death, along with many other celebrities, that they were murdered by some kind of spyware virus. Steven McQueen would never find out what happened to him and why he had died so young.