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There are a few exceptions, but usually collars are interchangeable...for example, here's a Board Racer collar on a Sonoma Racer...  
The Premium with custom cuffs and without chest pocket could be a good idea.  The August is slim and has high armholes too, so that could be a good idea.....however, you'd want to specify the August with cuffs that you like.  Keep in mind that a lot can be mixed and matched with Aero...for example, here's a Plainsman with an August back and Sunburst cuffs that we did for an East Coast customer...the leather on this is CXL Steerhide...   
 See post above...however, you may want to check out the Aero Half Belts as well...  especially Aero's Premium Half Belt...
For a slimfit with high armholes, do the Aero Board Racer with a collar.  You can do the pocket details anyway that you desire!  Here are some photos of the Board Racer:    
Aero's new goat is really nice too!  Here are those photos: The OD Green contrast stitch was really nice on this customer's jacket...   
Don't forget your Vanson Comet PLU-3 for Fall!   www.thurston-bros.com  
People can request that we send out leather samples with the fit jacket.  Pricing is +$50.00 USD on any one-off leather...
Yes...correct.  For Horsehide, you'll want to check out our Aero products.  We have CXL and Italian Veg.-Tanned Horsehide.  Below, we've shown a photo of how the vegetable-tanned horsehide ages.  Because it's a new product, we've been getting a lot of questions about the patina the veg. tanned product develops... 
The cost would be $950.00 USD because we have to recreate the pattern with the slimmer shoulders and the Derby design.  Vanson's X150 leather approximates a horsehide look, while Vanson's Comp. Weight and Z150 are standard cowhides.  For awesome patina, the Comp. Weight is the BEST, but be ready for your arms to bleed from break-in on this tighter design (we're serious)... The Z150 is what was usually used on the Junya jackets...
Brass is available at no extra charge.  Nickel hardware was used because that's what StyleForum.net members requested...
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