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yet another peacoat sizing question

AC7

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Two questions:

1. I wear a 44 suit jacket, but a 42 overcoat. What should I go for on a peacoat? Was going to go for a sterlingwear but maybe another brand. I have lost weight recently, and plan on losing some more, so I don't mind a somewhat tight fit right now, and I don't plan on wearing many layers under it.

2. I have somewhat long arms (I'm 6'8", with maybe a 6'6" wingspan). Will an extra long be suitable sleeve-wise?
 

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Sterlingwear has all their coats' dimensions - shoulders, length, sleeve length, etc. listed on their website. I would recommend that you get a couple of chest sizes, at most your jacket size and perhaps 1 size below and try them out - they have a very good returns policy and other than postage, you have nothing to lose.
 

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