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I ordered one, received it in 5 months with no problems. Made exactly to spec, great jacket and easy people to work with.
exactly how many leather jackets do you have lmao
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exactly how many leather jackets do you have lmao


A stupid ass amount...typically buy and sell them and keep the great ones, the lewis ones are nice!

They sell off the rack jackets but not in usa(at least I do not think so), I picked my first one up in Hong Kong, a model T (tight fit), which fit great off the rack and exactly what I ordered again for my second.
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A stupid ass amount...typically buy and sell them and keep the great ones, the lewis ones are nice!

They sell off the rack jackets but not in usa(at least I do not think so), I picked my first one up in Hong Kong, a model T (tight fit), which fit great off the rack and exactly what I ordered again for my second.

Which store in Hong Kong sells Lewis Leather?  My fiance will be in Hong Kong in Oct. so might ask her to pick one up for me. 

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Which store in Hong Kong sells Lewis Leather?  My fiance will be in Hong Kong in Oct. so might ask her to pick one up for me. 

I.T
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The Viridi Anne horsehide jacket
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What do you guy think, it's not very skin tight, I will need to either grow into or shrink it somehow. Is this worth 1300 ???

 

 

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I just snatched this of the Aero sale section - a J100 made on the Board Racer pattern in black Vicenza horsehide. I am hoping it fits, otherwise it'll return to Aero (if any others are interested in the same jacket).

 

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And now, no more leather jackets for me. For a while. :fu:

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I just snatched this of the Aero sale section - a J100 made on the Board Racer pattern in black Vicenza horsehide. I am hoping it fits, otherwise it'll return to Aero (if any others are interested in the same jacket).

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And now, no more leather jackets for me. For a while. ffffuuuu.gif

That's a great pickup. Quick question about the return process on Aero's items. Is it pretty easy? I assume I would cover return shipping?
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Quick question about the return process on Aero's items. Is it pretty easy? I assume I would cover return shipping?

 

I don't know. Yet. :) But according to the Aero website it seems to be a pretty standard procedure:

 

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Returns

 

Goods must be returned within 14 days.

If in the case your jacket doesn't fit, it's important to send it back correctly. Send it back in a box that the jacket fits in to, it is vital that these are not squashed into small boxes as this will impact your refund/exchange price. 

If you are re-using our original box, please ensure that all security tape is removed before returning it to us.  And please note, the box needs to be clearly marked as a return - this is especially important for returns from outside of the EU.

Print off this Returns Form and cut off the top and stick it to the box.

-Ensure you fill out the Returns Form and place it in the box with your jacket so we know who it's from.

We accept returns on unworn sale items and clothing goods. We will refund you on receipt of the goods for the amount paid excluding postage - as long as the items are recieved in the same condition you recieved them in. 

We do not accept returns on washed denim goods, please ensure to purchase the correct size on non-sanforized products.

 

Now, this doesn't say anything about return postage obviously, but I just assume that this will be the buyers responsibility. 

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I don't know. Yet. :) But according to the Aero website it seems to be a pretty standard procedure:

 

 

Now, this doesn't say anything about return postage obviously, but I just assume that this will be the buyers responsibility. 


Thanks hoodog. Def very helpful

post #14786 of 16648

Alrighty, quick fit pics of the J100 from Aero. Opinions on the fit? Now, this wasn't made according to my personal measurements (MTM) so keep that in mind. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

@ChrisGold

@LA Guy, what do you guys think?

post #14787 of 16648
Looks like a keeper to me. Appears to be trim but with a little room for comfort and possible layering? I'd hold onto it especially if you got a good deal off the sales page. How do you like the leather?
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Looks good. I have one of these from Buco in size 36, willing to let it go cheap if someone wants it.
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Looks like a keeper to me. Appears to be trim but with a little room for comfort and possible layering? I'd hold onto it especially if you got a good deal off the sales page. How do you like the leather?

 

My plan is to basically treat this as a fit jacket (à la Thurston), since I can return it for a full refund if I want. And the deal wasn't that great - as Aero's sales seldom seem to be - maybe like 10% off the standard price. So there's not much holding me back from placing an new order "from scratch" if that would be worth it terms of fit.This jacket is completely new though. Of course, if there isn't anything to do to improve the fit, then I might just as well keep it.

 

So, alterations and improvements. Any ideas? I was thinking maybe taking out a bit at the lower back (which will probably make a center seem necessary as on the regular Board Racer) and maybe slimming the upper sleeves a tiny bit. Does these seem like good ideas or am I just nitpicking and being OCD about the whole thing?

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Oh, and the leather is awesome. Not as heavy as I expected at all. My guess is that the leather used on my LL jacket is heavier, though much more supple of course. But the best thing about the leather is probably it's smell... :drool:

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