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Leather moto jacket fit - PHOTOS SHOWN

milecargo

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Hello all -- I typically wear quite slim fitting clothes. The jackets below are two different sizes. Anybody prefer one fit to the other? Shoulder seam fits right at the top of the shoulder on one of them. The other is semi-loose in the torso. I don't want the jacket to look too miniature.

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shanker

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difficult to tell for sure.

zip them and post pics.

shoulder looks better in the 1st pic, but both bodies look too large.


that said, since you are concerned with being "too miniature", stick with the first one if you wish not to post proper pics.


if you usually wear slim fits, return the jacket as the cut does not work on your frame.
 

Chips

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The second is aweful. Way too big, especially for that style.
 

changy

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First one. IMO motos, and leather jackets in general, should be fitted or you end up looking like "Dad". Similar concept to mom jeans.
 

milecargo

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Thanks for the input.
 

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