So far the only thing i don't like about this jacket is the way leather folds/wrinkles near the shoulder/chest area when it's unzipped.
Take a look is it too big for me or why is it not straight in that area:
Zipped looks good though:
It looks that way because the jacket was not made for your shoulder slope. It's not a stiff, heavy leather like horse or steer, which will wear with time to conform to your body, either... So, I would return, personally.
Ok, this makes sense, I will return it then. Thank you for explanation
if I force my shoulder backwards, then my arms go little forward.
thanks for drawing + explanation. What's surprising is that it's the smallest size which they had (48), and I am not that small myself at 6 ft 175lb, and i workout,so this jacket is really for someone with really broad shoulders.
I returned it back, but little sad cause it's one of the best looking jackets I've seen. I'd say big majority are lamb jackets which don't look nearly as solid as this one.
She wore this during our trip to Pitti with her a couple of years and it looked frickin' cool. Most of the time, she wore it with a very different silhouette though - much less biker and much more aikidoika, with very wide bottoms. I liked that juxtaposition of volumnes more than this much more obvious styling, I have to say, though this looks good too.