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Is the A-2 the only jacket that offers an optional shearling collar (either on or off-menu)?
Awesome potsnu. Also, Brad fit is fantastic +1 on paying attention to Attachment thread.
Has anybody stopped by the H Lorenzo tent sale in the past few days? Anything worth looking at?
There is a post right above yours looking for a charcoal MA1 in 48. Does this thread ever work?
It's true that DR style jackets tend to accentuate the width of the torso to some degree. It's because there is a ton of extra material in the front so when worn open, especially, it makes the jacket look that much wider, as if to accommodate a wider torso.Motos are tricky because, yes, they can be better suited for "stocky" builds but they can also work against them if not configured right; band collars and cropped jackets are not good for stocky people. Go with a collar...
For the guy looking for boots- Alden Roy. KJ I like that Raf sweater. Benes, no on the jacket. My $.02
How are Dsquared2 leather jackets quality-wise?
PRICE DROP! POST O'ALLS ENGINEER JACKET Black, large p2p- 22.5 inches shoulders- raglan front length (measured from top button down)- 25.5 inches I am a 41-42" chest and this fits with enough room to layer a sweater and scarf under it. I imagine it would be very warm with those underneath, or a Fall jacket on its own. Heavy-duty cotton. Almost has a cordura texture and toughness to it, and almost has a hint of wax on the fabric, too. I bought this from another member...
STUSSY MA1 BOMBER p2p- 23.5 inches shoulders (measured straight across)- 20 inches front length (measured from top of zipper down)- 25.5 inches This would either fit oversized (a nice fit for this bomber) on a 40" chest or fit more traditionally on a 43" chest. Construction is sturdy and it has a good amount of padding for warmth without being bulky or puffy. Color of the lining looks a little washed out in pictures....it's a rich orange IRL. Please don't hesitate to...
I'd say goat. As I understand it, it's a good medium between lamb and calf. I had- and sold, because of fit issues- a lamb TOJ and while the lamb is buttery soft and beautiful, I did feel that my usual rambunctiousness would eventually tear it. If I were to reorder, I would get goat, just for the bit of extra robustness without the added structure of calf.
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