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post #8491 of 16075
As I went through the trial and error of owning my first RO, and had the help of others here, let me repeat that in most cases you should size up from your normal size due to the slimmer cut and high armhole. More so, the arms are ridiculously long, so, unless the sleeves are ribbed, as Mr. Moo said, even sizing up will not warrant a great fit because the cuffs will end up covering your entire hand

FWIW I have yet to get my hands on my normal size in the non-ribbed sleeve type leathers like Stooges though I did try the Bauhaus cut, but in a size 50 where the sleeves were too long. Perhaps a 48 would have fit better. YMMV

FYI: Usually a 48 but wear a size 50 in the Intarsia. Feels comfortable, but anything more than a tee would be ridiculously tight borderline unwearable. I fancy one of those L/S RO knits or tees would be fine though.
post #8492 of 16075
Sooooo I guess no tricky Ricky for me smile.gif
post #8493 of 16075
I have only owned one leather jacket: from Wested in London styled after the Indiana Jones one. The best I have ever seen was a black alligator one; unfortunately I didn't take a pic.
post #8494 of 16075
I took a trip and whilst in the car forgot to take off my RO Intarsia.

I was fighting with the jacket trying to get it off while seated. I could not for the life of me get my arm out of the sleeve. Was sort of embarrassing and awkward.

I ended up pretty heated for a bit through the first 30 minute or so of the drive. The jacket did not want to come off.

I learned to plan your trip accordingly, or take the jacket off before entering the car. Safe to say the leather is decently warm though.

YMMV
post #8495 of 16075

Hey guys, hoping to get some fit opinions on this jacket.  I can't decide if the sleeves fit me or not.  I know they are a bit long and I think they might be a bit baggy from elbow to shoulder.

 

I'm not sure if I should wear it as is, try to get some alterations done, or get return it all together...

 

Thanks!

 

AppleMark

 

 

 

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AppleMark

post #8496 of 16075
i think it fits you fine, when the sleeves are unzipped then they look a bit long but zipped up all good
post #8497 of 16075
I don't mean this in a mean way at all – it's totally irrelevant – but I love the juxtaposition of the rick jacket with the "living with grandparents" bathroom
post #8498 of 16075
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

As I went through the trial and error of owning my first RO, and had the help of others here, let me repeat that in most cases you should size up from your normal size due to the slimmer cut and high armhole. More so, the arms are ridiculously long, so, unless the sleeves are ribbed, as Mr. Moo said, even sizing up will not warrant a great fit because the cuffs will end up covering your entire hand

FWIW I have yet to get my hands on my normal size in the non-ribbed sleeve type leathers like Stooges though I did try the Bauhaus cut, but in a size 50 where the sleeves were too long. Perhaps a 48 would have fit better. YMMV

FYI: Usually a 48 but wear a size 50 in the Intarsia. Feels comfortable, but anything more than a tee would be ridiculously tight borderline unwearable. I fancy one of those L/S RO knits or tees would be fine though.

Yeah, I definitely see what you mean mate! Overall I'm pleased with the fit, but if you have shorter arms then it definitely makes it a bit harder I can imagine. How did the rest of the jacket fit with the Bauhaus cut at size 50?
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I don't mean this in a mean way at all – it's totally irrelevant – but I love the juxtaposition of the rick jacket with the "living with grandparents" bathroom

hahaha! I intended for it to be that way mate! :P
post #8499 of 16075
^Fit fine, which is why I was bummed out
post #8500 of 16075
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Originally Posted by brad-t View Post

I don't mean this in a mean way at all – it's totally irrelevant – but I love the juxtaposition of the rick jacket with the "living with grandparents" bathroom

my sense of a lot of people here is that they make sacrifices elsewhere to afford this shit

and grandma's blueberry pancakes more than make up for the social stigma
post #8501 of 16075
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Originally Posted by superego View Post

my sense of a lot of people here is that they make sacrifices elsewhere jerk-off korean businessmen to afford this shit

and grandma's blueberry pancakes more than make up for the social stigma
post #8502 of 16075

I know a lot of the conversation on this thread is focused on higher-end brands, but does anyone have any sincere comments on, or experience with, All Saints Spitalfields leather jackets?

 

I'm looking at this one: http://www.us.allsaints.com/men/leather-jackets/allsaints-kushiro-leather-biker-jacket/?colour=5&category=9

post #8503 of 16075
All Saints are mediocre even when on sale. That jacket on the link looks terrible though, the leather looks faux and cheap. It honestly look like the faux leather jackets I see at H&M.
post #8504 of 16075

Any recommendations for something in that price range?

post #8505 of 16075
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Originally Posted by DarkSpiral View Post

So today I got my Intarsia today in size 48 in and I have a few questions.

How tight is it supposed to fit? Right now it definitely a bit snug, but not uncomfortable. I don't think I have much room to grow in it though. Also, the leather seems quite supple. How much, if any will it stretch?

Fit is good, but probably shouldn't be buying that if you're still growing.
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