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Discussion in 'Outerwear' started by Sloan1874, Apr 3, 2019.
Great jacket but we need fit pics. If it isn’t raining take some
Yes we want fit pics I am especially interested as this according to Aero should be a tad longer jacket, now wonder how it turns out.
I can confirm it is not raining in Glasgow today . . .
It will be very interesting to see when she starts to grow old. This will be I think very beautiful.
Right, fit pics! Apologies for the delay. Weather was horrendous and then my computer went into a massive sulk for the whole weekend. Anyway, here you go. It's finally warmed up here, so hopefully I'll be getting some wear shortly and the project can begin...
Sloan1874,it suits you very well. It will be a very interesting project.
Love it sloan...spot on fit. Such a cool jacket, I suspect we'll see more after your pics. Well done!
Very nice. Lets see what a little UV and exposure does to this beauty.
I think it’s a very good fit front the front, from the back it looks like there is some excess material around the pit/arms area but I also think that is very typical of Aero patterns (I don’t think sizing down is the answer).
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It's a 36, so no chance of that! I'm very happy with the fit - it's still pretty much box fresh, so it'll settle down and mould to my shape with wear.
Sloan, it fits very well and looks just absolutely unique. This kind of leather will look more and more interesting every next month of wearing it, I'm sure you know it well. Btw, if you want you might accelerate that natural darkening process by coating the jacket with some natural oil wax (very very slightly and carefully, just a little bit).
Anyway, this jacket is a very very good choice, congrats with the nice purchase!
Man this raw leather is so cool and the fit is spot on
Great fit but I think I'd be too scared to wear this type of natural leather.....I'd be constantly worried I'd stain it in a bad way but cant wait to see it evolve for someone else
Some natural oiled beewax might usually help with that.
I have a better ides. Take a week off and fly down to Mallorca; hang out in a few open air cafe's and get a little vitamin D. It's good for the jacket and good for the soul.
You know being the same size as you Craig, I would be happy for you to send the jacket to me for a couple of months and I could toast it up nice in the Aussie sun for you. I have to say it looks the bees knees mate, love the fit. I don't know about it just filling a hole in your wardrobe; I can see it being one of your favorite jackets.
Thanks, Benny. I reckon you'd get it to a golden turn with just an afternoon's walk in the park!
Hahaha probably so my friend!