- Oct 16, 2014
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I had a similar model in llama leather once. The leather itself was soft, sturdy and reminded of Guidi horse. The sizing was indeed small. My jacket was a 50. At the time I was a 48 and could not really wear anything heavy underneath.Hey,
Does anyone have experience with a1923 leather sizing and fit?
Been eyeing this one :
But not sure about the sizing. As you know darklands don’t provide measurements and from what I’ve read here Campbell’s eye for sizing is not necessarily to be blindly trusted. Would also like to hear what llama leather is like as a jacket material if someone has owned one.A1923 - Fitted zip llama leather jacket with grey top-stitching Size: 52 (Fits like a 48) Price: 3360 € Sale! 1344 € Outside E.U.: 1129 € FINAL SALE !www.nagnagnagshop.com
Don’t know whether to go with a BBS j2 in horse or something more like the a1923 jacket.
Thanks in advance for any tips or insight.
Look into ma+ and ccp as well they both do overlock and the first seem better than BBS/A1923Thanks for the input everyone. I actually asked about the hem as it indeed looks way more uneven that I’d think is possible unless its intentional but what do I know.
And @skeen7908, while I greatly cherish your eloquent and evidently thought out response of unmeasurable value I’m not here to argue with the great literary talents of the 21st century such as yourself.
I’ll take these things into consideration. Heard some less nice things about a1923 beyond copying designs when browsing sf so might go with a bbs leather instead as I’m also a fan of contrast overlock stitching but we’ll see. Thanks guys.