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Originally Posted by mellowfellow View Post

spotted toj in l.e.s
469

I don't think that's a TOJ actually... might be one of the newer ASOS/etc ripoffs of the original TOJs? redface.gif
post #10487 of 41803
girls love touching me now, thanks toj
post #10488 of 41803
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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post

also, the TOJ1 is not a winter jacket, wasn't supposed to be.

But what if your 'winter' is at in the 50s, at the lowest levels? I'm convinced I can probably do a white v-neck, sport shirt, and baseball jacket year round here, haha. foo.gif



Uncontrol: Don't let girls touch you, man. They have cooties.
post #10489 of 41803
Well if the temp is like that it is no "Winter" per se. In 50s we walk around in shirts & shorts.
post #10490 of 41803
TOJ 2010 calfskin bomber has held up wonderfully and has no wear on it at all after about a year of daily wear.
Edited by djan - 10/23/11 at 1:03am
post #10491 of 41803
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Originally Posted by Islander View Post

I do ur math 4u
For a comfortable fit
36.5 x 1.08 = 39.42 / 2 = 19.7" you need to round up to a 48 (20.7).
For a tight fit
36.5 x 1.05 = 38.33 / 2 = 19.2" so you can theoretically fit in a 46 (19.6), but I would measure one of your jackets to compare first. Remember these are outside pit-to-pit measurements so you have to take into account the thickness of the jacket and liner.
38 x 1.08 = 41.04 / 2 = 20.5" round up to a 48 (20.7)
39 x 1.08 = 42.12 / 2 = 21.1" round up to a 50 (21.7)
You good sir with the 38 or 39" chest would be comfortable in a size 48 or 50 TOJ1.

Hey I ordered a 46 just recently, with the lengths shortened a bit. But I did my chest measurement and it came in at 34. My arms are fairly scrawny as well (11). Do you think I should have sized down to 44? I did plan on maybe wearing sweaters underneath, as Canada gets cold (not going to wear it on harsh winter days of course). I wonder if it's too late to change it, seeing as I ordered on Thursday.
post #10492 of 41803
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no need to size down
post #10493 of 41803
Apparently I have grown an inch in height and half an inch in shoulder.
Thank God Drew gave me some room in the jacket to layer during the Winter!
Too bad now the best fit shows when I am not wearing anything between the skin and the Moto. <-ToJ Loungewear collection icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Originally Posted by foolosophy View Post

Hey I ordered a 46 just recently, with the lengths shortened a bit. But I did my chest measurement and it came in at 34. My arms are fairly scrawny as well (11). Do you think I should have sized down to 44? I did plan on maybe wearing sweaters underneath, as Canada gets cold (not going to wear it on harsh winter days of course). I wonder if it's too late to change it, seeing as I ordered on Thursday.

Using the same logic you would buy a 46 for a comfortable fit. You might squeeze into a 44 but it would be tight (no sweaters). You made the right decision.

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no need to size down
post #10495 of 41803
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Still down for the '66 Mustang, poly800rock
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Damn, now I am starting to second guess my TOJ1 size.  I'm 5'9, 188 lbs with a 41.5 chest, but I went with the 50.  According to equations above, 52 would have been better?

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When do we get to see a sample of the ribbed collar CWU45? nod[1].gif
post #10498 of 41803
drew, are you ever going to do guitar straps?
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oh god that's genius. i swear i'd put a down payment on like 8 of them.
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im not playin sonnn

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