Across the pond, rebellious London youth favored reggae music and adopted a unique style of their own. Consisting of MA-1 bomber jackets, Fred Perry polos tucked into Levi's jeans with suspenders, and Doc Martens shoes, the skinhead style was accessorized with shaved heads and fedoras. Contrary to popular belief, there were many black skinheads-after all, Jamaican Rude Boys had a huge influence in the subculture.