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Yeah, the thickness of fur means you can’t wear the same pit-to-pit measure you would on plain leather.Supposedly. But now I'm reading that with this particular model some need to size up 2 because it wears like a slim in the size down. i.e. 40 fits like a slim 38. I bought a 40.
Wasn't it established that you've been measuring yourself wrong this entire time? Shouldn't you be a few inches larger? Not to mention, all the jackets you post look too small, so there's that. Buy a 45 if it runs small.Supposedly. But now I'm reading that with this particular model some need to size up 2 because it wears like a slim in the size down. i.e. 40 fits like a slim 38. I bought a 40.
He only wears his jackets around the house. Problem solved.FWIW, I'm a size 38 chest and took a 40 in that.
I imagine that's going to be hard to wear in Texas. The coat wears a bit warm and IMO it looks best layered over a knit. I wear mine when temps are below 60 degrees. The weather has to be brisk.
That « eco » shrunken horsehide (I have no idea why it’s called that) is a great looking leather.My newest leather Jacket! An olive horsehide car coat from Y’2 Leather. Killer jacket to break in. I’ve worn it a few times since getting it the other month and the thing is still stiff as cardboard.