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Originally Posted by david raymond View Post

Ok I hate to be this guy, but I have a sizing question. I'm 5'6" around 155. Definitely have a stocky build with big shoulders and arms. I'm so confused with how to size for a MDR or Moto. Would I need a 50 with much shorter lengths? My biggest concern is that it'll be too tight in the upper arm area. I like my clothes fitted but I don't want to be busting out of anything. Thanks for any input dudes.

 

Take your measurements and email Charly.  He will take care of you and get what you need for the fit.

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Originally Posted by Wade View Post

http://www.tableofcontents.us/collections/patrik-ervell/products/patrik-ervell-helmetbag
Probably would've copped this instead of waiting for a TOJ if it was black.
Blue and nylon? No thx
post #30378 of 41419
Thanks the tips guys!! all ordered, i stuck on an extra inch on length and left the chest the same! 7 weeks 6 days 23hours and counting icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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TOJx2
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xpost but I just copped this but i think its a very good template for a TOJ duffle. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif



Vintage black leather duffle happy.gif
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Any update on daypack production?
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Originally Posted by Distorbiant View Post

Moto high above the pockets.

 

MDR

 

A2 Bomber length is right at the coin pocket. instead.

 

CWU-45 however is a little higher.

 

 

Yup, that's also where my MDR hits. Above the belt line when slouching, on belt/below when not. And the fit on the sherwood MDR is all over the place, the side shot is disastrous butbut.gif

post #30383 of 41419
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Originally Posted by chv7 View Post

Yup, that's also where my MDR hits. Above the belt line when slouching, on belt/below when not. And the fit on the sherwood MDR is all over the place, the side shot is disastrous butbut.gif

It's open in the side shot and floating away from the body, what the fuck do you expect?
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Originally Posted by brad-t View Post

It's open in the side shot and floating away from the body, what the fuck do you expect?

it's ok to say that it doesn't fit well. the world isn't going to collapse.

i think it's too big in the waist. slouchy works great on bombers, double riders not so much.
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i think the fit isn't my taste, but i think commenting on the open shot where it's obviously being pushed away from the body, is stupid.
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Originally Posted by brad-t View Post

i think the fit isn't my taste, but i think commenting on the open shot where it's obviously being pushed away from the body, is stupid.

 

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Originally Posted by brad-t View Post


It's open in the side shot and floating away from the body, what the fuck do you expect?

No, sorry. There are plenty of open side shots of MDRs that aren't "floating" away from the body.

post #30387 of 41419

the horizontal zips on the dr have a tendency to push out the sides of the jacket because they're pretty stiff compared to the leather. happens to me too with my qdr and mine definitely isn't too big.

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Moral of the story? Nobody post poor angle pics of box fresh jackets.
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that's not what i said. but the position he's in obviously causes it to float away. i can make my jacket look just like that, too.

noticing that a fit has issues is fine, but it seems like people take a certain glee in doing so in this thread and make a big deal out of minor issues, which seems especially mean since it's a non-returnable MTM piece.
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I think the problem with that jacket is that it doesn't look very tapered going from shoulders to waist. Not sure if it's the photo, jacket, fit, or body-type causes such a thing. Having the sleeve cuffs unzipped definitely takes away from the fit too, as it makes it look like the area near the waist is flaring even further.

 

It's still an awesome jacket. The bad photography hurts it more than anything else. I'd like to see some better fit pics, personally.

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