Aero Sheene Size 38 Black Chromexcel FQ Horsehide leather Jacket

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  1. deswaaf

    deswaaf New in Town

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    Catch and release, took a gamble on this, but for me it is slightly too short, alas! This jacket is as new, the original owner bought it directly from Aero and wore it twice, I bought it for 600,- euro (650,- usd) Would be happy to let it go for the same, not trying to make a profit. (Prefer paypal FF)
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    Spec:
    - Black Chromexcel Front Quarter Horsehide (barely worn)
    - Single pointed back yoke
    - NO shoulder gussets
    - Black Cotton Drill Lining
    - Antique Brass Hardware
    - Two Inside Pockets

    Measurements:
    Pit to Pit: 21.75"
    Sleeve: 25.25"
    Back: 25"
    Shoulder: 17.75"

    Take care!
     
    Last edited: Apr 4, 2020
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  2. John D Maccarter

    John D Maccarter Practically Family

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    Cool jacket
     
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  3. Wardo1974

    Wardo1974 Familiar Face

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    Incredible jacket. I wish it fit me. I feel like every used jacket is a 38 or 40! Why can't there me more guys my size? Ha ha.
     
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  4. Bfd70

    Bfd70 One Too Many

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    I thought that ^ for a while. Now I’m happy they’re not. I’d be waaay broke.
     
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  5. deswaaf

    deswaaf New in Town

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    Haha same here but then with long sizes, why is everything regular! ;)
     
  6. ProteinNerd

    ProteinNerd My Mail is Forwarded Here

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    Its a technicality but by those measurements this has to be an Aero Seven based of the BR pattern and not Sheene based off the CR pattern, the shoulders are just way to narrow for a Sheene.
     
  7. jacketjunkie

    jacketjunkie One Too Many

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    Don't think so. This is just inaccuracy on Aeros part when it comes to sizing. You'll find jackets made by them with the same size label with 1 inch or more chest difference, so essentially one size apart yet the same label. This jacket here has side panels, the Seven is based on the Board Racer and doesn't. Also, the Seven should have even narrower shoulders in a size 38, much less than these almost 22" ptp and also much less agressive taper through the body (this jacket here probably is 18" orso at the waist). Size 38 Seven would be like 20" ptp and 17" shoulders, I believe.
     
  8. Bulldozer

    Bulldozer One of the Regulars

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    This is definitely a Sheene, but I have my doubts about the measurements. Aero is not actually this far off with their numbers. Can you please post pictures showing how you measured the shoulders? Perhaps with a tape on the jacket.
     
  9. ProteinNerd

    ProteinNerd My Mail is Forwarded Here

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    Yep, my mistake....it has side panels but damn those are small shoulders for the chest size.

    My Sheene is a 38, has 22.5 pit to pit and 18.5 shoulders....
     
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  10. jacketjunkie

    jacketjunkie One Too Many

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    They are this far off with their numbers. Check their sale page. Cafe racers in stock. Three sizes 38, ranging from 17.75 to 18.75 shoulders and 21.25 to 22.5" pit to pit despite all being labeled 38.

    That being said, pictures of how measurements are taken are always helpful!
     
  11. deswaaf

    deswaaf New in Town

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    I will add those pictures later today!
     
  12. deswaaf

    deswaaf New in Town

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    sold!
     

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