Aero jacket sizing question..

Discussion in 'Outerwear' started by mowgli222, May 8, 2014.

  1. jon11

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    great fit
     
  2. Seb Lucas

    Seb Lucas I'll Lock Up

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    Long sleeves are very popular around here but those are fine. They don't look short - like these on Leo.

    leo-dicaprio-joseph-gordon-levitt-love-leather-02.jpg
     
  3. Grayland

    Grayland One Too Many

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    I also think the sleeve length is fine. If the OP was a rider he'd need longer sleeves - but they seem just right for a casual wear jacket.
     
  4. mowgli222

    mowgli222 One of the Regulars

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    How do people get creases on the sleeves like in the picture of Leo above. I would love if something like that formed on my sleeves..
     
  5. Jägernaut

    Jägernaut Practically Family

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    If you had those creases on your jacket, the sleeves would be too short like leo's. It looks like the leather on yours might be a bit to thin to crease like that.
     
  6. scrawlysteve

    scrawlysteve One of the Regulars

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    I agree with Seb and Grayland--the sleeves are just fine--if you get a Sheene and are not riding in it you won't need any more length. I sometimes wonder about the advocates of sleeves ending halfway down your fingers, perhaps it saves them scraping their knuckles on the ground.....
     
  7. Cyber Lip

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    He has a team of people that do that for him
     
  8. Seb Lucas

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    Wear tends to crease jackets. Or getting them wet. In Leo's case he probably did have a team of people - the costume guys who hand age movie clothing with steel wool, rubbing alcohol and a washing machine.
     
  9. morrison2951

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    Yep- just wear those jackets. Time will crease the arms.
     
  10. jon11

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    sleeves don't need to cover most of your hand in my opinion
     
  11. mowgli222

    mowgli222 One of the Regulars

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    Got a response from Aero that they would not be able to alter an already made jacket and put a HWM collar as matching leather is slim to impossible. :(
     
  12. ProteinNerd

    ProteinNerd My Mail is Forwarded Here

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    Thats a shame....oh well, at least a replacement won't take long to get through Insurrection and its a great looking jacket, you could probably sell it off easily.
     
  13. morrison2951

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    Bummer about the HWM collar but the jacket as is is awesome.
     

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