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CAROL CHRISTIAN POELL - Page 64post #947 of 137312/29/15 at 4:08pmThread Starterpost #948 of 137312/30/15 at 8:40pmpost #949 of 13731/2/16 at 11:10ampost #950 of 13731/2/16 at 12:04pmpost #951 of 13731/2/16 at 12:42pmpost #952 of 13731/2/16 at 12:46pmpost #953 of 13731/2/16 at 5:45pmpost #954 of 13731/2/16 at 6:55pm
Blouson 46, Pants 48 adjustable.
You can also get blouson in 48 here: http://supertalk.superfuture.com/index.php/topic/151580-saleccpa1923rolucincarnationguididevoaobscurisjulius/post #955 of 13731/5/16 at 5:21amFollow up question on the scar stitch- how much larger than your actual chest measurement do you guys go? Assuming one has a 40" chest, would you go for one with a 45" chest? Smaller, larger? I know it would be impacted by how fitted one wants to go, just curious what others do/have done.
I'd like it to be fitted in the sense it drapes well but with some room to move or to fit a warmer shirt underneath when necessary.
Thanks!post #956 of 13731/5/16 at 8:56pm^^ dude what are your deets - chest shoulders heigth weight?
You need the measurements of the particular jacket. Scar fits differently from batch to batch. Also leather is important. For example Cors does not drape at all. Also ccp fits best on tall, thin figured humans. Honestly unless you are super tall/ broad chest ( like xxl) sz 54 current season might be too long/roomy for you.post #957 of 13731/5/16 at 9:25pmQuote:Originally Posted by bdude
^^ dude what are your deets - chest shoulders heigth weight?
You need the measurements of the particular jacket. Scar fits differently from batch to batch. Also leather is important. For example Cors does not drape at all. Also ccp fits best on tall, thin figured humans. Honestly unless you are super tall/ broad chest ( like xxl) sz 54 current season might be too long/roomy for you.
I've got the measurements of a current and available 54, its a 45" chest, 18.5 shoulders. Cors.
My size- 6' 1", 205lbs, 42" chest and shrinking. I'll be 185-190 by Summer. My normal weight, which shrinks my chest a few inches. Maybe 39-40"
18.5" shoulders is perfect for me. Length is perfect. Only question for me is the chest. My A1923 wool coat is also 45", fits nicely but thats wool, not structured stiff leather..post #958 of 13731/5/16 at 10:38pmpost #959 of 13731/6/16 at 4:29amQuote:
Thanks, thats the info I was looking for. I'm such a noob, didn't realize there was a noob thread. Anyhow, I was hoping for CCP owner feedback on how these fit/look right. Hopefully I'll find some measurements on a 52.post #960 of 13731/6/16 at 6:32am
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