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post #346 of 1345

Thanks for the mockups, very helpful.  No latch would be optimal for me too, though a shorter one would be fine.  

 

Also, aren't we going to be able to specify jacket and sleeve length?

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post #347 of 1345
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Originally Posted by canstyleace View Post

my options on that would be no latch and no collar snaps, shorter body would be cool too

i agree on collar snaps, didn't even notice them, body length i'd say longer
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Originally Posted by burghler View Post

Thanks for the mockups, very helpful.  No latch would be optimal for me too, though a shorter one would be fine.  

Also, aren't we going to be able to specify jacket and sleeve length?

per Fok "You can adjust the sleeve length and the length for a given size. "
post #348 of 1345

Why on earth would you want to get rid of the collar snaps, that's the defining feature of a rider jacket

post #349 of 1345
by the looks of this I would like to participate in the buy. I would say no bottom flap latch but the snaps are good. Even though the intent is for looks I will still try and ride my moto with it.
post #350 of 1345

just me or are the lapels on the junya much smaller

post #351 of 1345
also agree on smaller lapels
Edited by canstyleace - 5/8/14 at 11:21pm
post #352 of 1345
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Originally Posted by Dbear View Post

just me or are the lapels on the junya much smaller

yea i just looked back and they are a bit smaller
post #353 of 1345
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Originally Posted by sinnedk View Post

per Fok "You can adjust the sleeve length and the length for a given size. "

 

Thanks, I only ask because multiple people have commented on changing the length, which is confusing to me because they will be specified for each jacket.  Maybe the comments are about the base model we are developing so that any length adjustments needed won't through off the proportions/design?

 

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Why on earth would you want to get rid of the collar snaps, that's the defining feature of a rider jacket

 

Agree, I like the collar snaps as is.

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This is just the standard C2 profile pattern.  We even have access to a "Tight Fit" C2, but StyleForum.net members wanted something slimmer...

post #356 of 1345
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just prefer a cleaner look especially considering they're going to be chrome, if gunmetal hardware were an option I'd consider keeping them

also agree on smaller lapels


We should do the more nuanced lapels...

post #357 of 1345
Yeah I like ours, I was just posting it here to show the process and get a rough idea of pricing.
post #358 of 1345
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Originally Posted by hangten View Post

Even though the intent is for looks I will still try and ride my moto with it.


I know...that was my thought...

post #359 of 1345
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Originally Posted by Vordhosbn1 View Post
 

1st Same as before with slighter higher handwarmer pockets.

2nd Higher again handwarmers & chest pocket adjusted to be closer to the Derby/Junya version. Banded hem cleaned up to be a solid panel.

 

 

Derby / Junya (Click to show)

Pocket lengths/angles a bit off, but hope it provides a crude impression.

Edit: I just took the handwarmers straight from the runway picture above so they sit a bit strange on the mock ups.


The higher handwarmer pockets look better...the band at the bottom of the hem looks good both ways...

post #360 of 1345

The mock ups used a cyclone as it's base so the proportions are off regards lapel size and the cut of the breast/main zip line. I won't go flooding the thread with the same images just slightly adjusted (and I may also have some work to do:D)  but I'll add these two images: The first as previous but without flap, and the second an edit of the junya/derby to show how it looks with a banded hem and the belt and pocket clean cut out - The pockets are left in the original position.  

 

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