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just check the model number, all the model fits somewhat differently any way. Though if by US model the previous poster mean the Nordstorm models (253/254?) then I take my usual size (US36/EU46) where as say model 184 I can take EU46 and might be even EU48 (tried it hastly once so hard to say), though for the AMJ03 I'm definitely prefer EU44 over EU46do you mean the ring jacket in japan and us have different cut? more big for usa, for slim for japan?
I was considering it as it appears to be way cheaper but I think it may pay to try them on at the Armoury as their styles are made for them and may look better on me. Obviously, the cost is higher.Has anyone here ordered Ring Jackets from Rakuten, specifically the Ring Jacket Outlet store?
(Cross-post with the Ring Jacket Japan thread.)
I was just looking at that piece the other day! I almost pulled the trigger.Thanks for the input, gents. I ended up taking the plunge on the following from Ring Jacket Outlet last week, and it should be here in the next few days.
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It’s a model 268, which I’m guessing is for the Japanese market. I ordered a size 50/40; based on the provided measurements, it should be a good fit (may need to let out the waist though). I do have another double breasted RJ that I purchased via LuxeSwap (@SpooPoker) a few months ago, also in size 50/40, though I am not sure what model it is - can anyone comment on this?
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