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Leather Jackets: Post Pictures of the Best You've Seen/Owned?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by RatherAnOddball, Jul 17, 2008.

  1. Distorbiant

    Distorbiant Senior member

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    I had a calf intarsia that was way big. YMMV. EU50 fit real baggy. I'm a 50 in MMM and other leathers.
     
  4. DLester

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    Current stooges fit really small. I just bought a 14/15 stooges in calf and had to size up to a 52. My 09/10 stooges (now sold) was a 48; my 09/10 bauhaus is a 48.
     
  5. nicelynice

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    Current season leathers fits small. Rick sizing is wack. Try stuff on or at least get good measurements. My 2007 Stooges size small fits like a current season 50.
     
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    idk this years stooges in 50 is like a 48 imo
     
  7. gettoasty

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    I might just go get another black leather then. Will revisit the Styleforum GMTO rider jacket
     
  8. artishard116

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    i've been a 48 in all the ones i've tried for the last 2-3 years (actually a 46) if it means anything. size up one is the safest 'rule'.
     
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    :nodding:

    That jacket completely upended everything I thought I knew about me too.



    Was like that new. I've worn the jacket maybe a dozen times.
     
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    Rick's not tall? I'd think his smaller sizes would fit better then. I'm athletic, but not a powerlifter or anything, 5'6" with a 13" drop, and I can't fit into any 46 or 48 jackets and a 50 is stupidly long.

    I wish I could find contemporary leathers for my body type. I like my shearling flight jacket, but it would be nice to have more options. Guess I should've jumped on ToJ when they were just a few hundred bucks and showed up in a month.
     
  11. t3hg0suazn

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    13" drop is pretty aggressive for any fashion-y leather unfortunately. best bet is probably to look into the lewis leather/vanson/aero type stuff. my solution was just to drop weight and go down to <10" drop, but I was also just bored of lifting
     
  12. planetarium

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    I have a Samurai x The Few flight jacket with a gusseted back that fits really well. Guess I should look into the Styleforum rider jacket.
     
  13. Coldsnap

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    Got those Schott jackets. I guess my measly arms are too big for their fashion line..
     
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    Any fit pics or are they all too small?
     
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    More Leon...
     
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  16. sinnedk

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    ugh i hate how it looks like left over pieces of leather were stitched together
     
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    I could never wear something like this, but I think the design is beautiful
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  18. MickeyPunch

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    At least mention the designer, Reo-Ma. ;)
     
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  19. planetarium

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    Anybody have sizing experience with Blackmeans or Undercover?

    I have the Undercover bring the rain jacket and it fits really well since it's cropped and boxy, but that might only be because it has mixed jersey and leather components. Dunno if their full leathers are slimmer.
     
  20. jordache jeans

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    Who copped the sz 50 RO black high neck intarsia on yoox for 600?
     

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