- Mar 16, 2006
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Wrinkles on the back of the sleeve means the sleeve is set too far to the front/forward. You rotate the sleeve so it hangs more to the back.Thank you so much for the knowledge! I understand pitch can be wrinkles forming at the front too, but I thought the wrinkles appearing on the back if I move my arm back meant that it was pitched too far back - I had no idea it was the sleeve still being attached to the jacket that did that, so thank you again. I'll get a picture from the front.
Wrinkles on the front, like your jacket means the sleeve is set too far to the back and you rotate the sleeve to hang more to the front, move the pitch forward. The sleeve naturally wants to hang to the back but with your arm in the sleeve pushing the sleeve forward, it creates the wrinkles over your bicep on the front.