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Untuck your t-shirt, full body shot.
post #27707 of 40731
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Originally Posted by mrchariybrown View Post

Untuck your t-shirt, full body shot.

this. who the fuck tucks their t-shirt into their jeans?
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Originally Posted by mike868y View Post


this. who the fuck tucks their t-shirt into their jeans?

 

It was just to see where the jacket was relative to my belt line.

 

Full body fit-pics

 

 

 

 

post #27709 of 40731
Length is fine. A bit snug but if you plan on losing weight, it should be fine.
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Only a little snug around the waist when you zip it...but you're in luck, it appears you have a double zip to unzip.  

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Length is fine but the sleeves look uncomfortably tight, as does the waist. 

post #27712 of 40731
Yea it looks a little small and a hair long, but if you intend to lose 5-10 pounds and don't feel obsessive over length, should be fine
post #27713 of 40731
probably a silly question but: if I get caught in a rain shower with my lamb leather jacket, will it get ruined? is it easily scratchable? I had a calf leather jacket and that thing was a tank.

or is your lamb much better than the regular lambs out there
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Thanks to everyone for the advice. I'm going to hang onto this jacket now. I really do love the DR design with the hardware. 

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Originally Posted by halisray View Post

probably a silly question but: if I get caught in a rain shower with my lamb leather jacket, will it get ruined? is it easily scratchable? I had a calf leather jacket and that thing was a tank.

or is your lamb much better than the regular lambs out there

Will be fine in rain, if it gets really drenched just let it dry. It will scratch on sharp surfaces under moderate pressure and scuff if dragged against gravel or something, so if that's something you do a lot it's worth thinking about.
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I always get really nervous when I get caught in the rain w/ my lamb MDR, but nothing bad has come of it.


Question: What kind of tailor would I take my MDR to to get the sleeves lengthened about an inch? Is this even possible?
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Originally Posted by brad-t View Post

Will be fine in rain, if it gets really drenched just let it dry. It will scratch on sharp surfaces under moderate pressure and scuff if dragged against gravel or something, so if that's something you do a lot it's worth thinking about.

damn I really enjoy dragging myself up and down the gravel sidewalks of Montreal!

I think I'll be fine with the lamb bomber (I literally just received it in the post, review to come shortly with pictures).. especially with the Montreal weather, we don't get rain that much and when we do it isn't very hard.
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Originally Posted by Dbear View Post

i dunno , judging from your pics a few pages back, it doesn't look tight at all--big if anything.  are you layering?

 

that said, sell to me devil.gif

Yea, with a layer on its pretty tight.  I'm getting less wear than I thought out of it so I'm considering putting it on sale, not sure.  I wish the arms were looser for a more relaxed fit, maybe a little longer too.  I'm still not sure what's going on with the shoulders but it feels super tight in that area.

 

 

Also..every fit pic ever taken in a mirror is a lie. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

Goodbye V taper. ffffuuuu.gif Low angle, but still.  The epaulets on the A2 just don't seem to mesh well with my sloped shoulders...tight on traps but still look droopy.  You can't see in the pic but the section behind the epaulets is raised/tight on my traps which is probably why it feels 'small' when it's really not...that and dem armholes.  But yea my shoulders/pits are not so happy with the tightness going on here.

 

Bonus stinky ToJ0 AE (48 w/ 50 lengths) pic that I still need to get a refund on...shame because I like the fit w/o layers - arms a little long but whatever.  Super comfy doe

 

 


Edited by NotCrispy - 2/20/13 at 4:31pm
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Originally Posted by reedobandito View Post

I always get really nervous when I get caught in the rain w/ my lamb MDR, but nothing bad has come of it.


Question: What kind of tailor would I take my MDR to to get the sleeves lengthened about an inch? Is this even possible?

 

There's nothing to take out, I don't think it's possible. 

post #27720 of 40731
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Originally Posted by NotCrispy View Post

Yea, with a layer on its pretty tight.  I'm getting less wear than I thought out of it so I'm considering putting it on sale, not sure.  I wish the arms were looser for a more relaxed fit, maybe a little longer too.  I'm still not sure what's going on with the shoulders but it feels super tight in that area.


Also..every fit pic ever taken in a mirror is a lie. 







Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



Goodbye V taper. ffffuuuu.gif
 Low angle, but still.  The epaulets on the A2 just don't seem to mesh well with my sloped shoulders...tight on traps but still look droopy.  You can't see in the pic but the section behind the epaulets is raised/tight on my traps which is probably why it feels 'small' when it's really not...that and dem armholes.  But yea my shoulders/pits are not so happy with the tightness going on here.


Bonus stinky ToJ0 AE (48 w/ 50 lengths) pic that I still need to get a refund on...shame because I like the fit w/o layers - arms a little long but whatever.  Super comfy doe




The fit looks fine in pictures but you can't see how tight it is there. What shoes are you wearing?
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