Here we have an early black Eastman Leather Luftwaffe jacket in the thick horsehide they used on the earlier jackets. It is a size 42 and has been broken in with some very nice patina to the hide. Greenish blue moleskin liner, all original and perfectly working RiRi zips and Prym press studs, which also all work. All original leather toggles are present. Slight wear to the right elbow if you look very closely. This is a jacket that is designed to be snug and short, it just about reaches your belt. ( I am 1.80 and take a size 42). Plenty roomy in the arms and shoulders. If you like roomier, then someone who takes a size 40 will find this fitting more like an A-2. Link to Eastman blurb: https://www.eastmanleather.com/ostmann-wwii-german-flying-jacket-horsehide-p-154.html P2P: 57 CM (22.4 Inches) Back length: 64 CM (25 Inches) Waist buttoned and cinched: 54 CM (21.2 Inches) Sleeve length from shoulder seam: 60 CM (24 Inches) Shoulder to shoulder (seam to seam) 49 CM (20 Inches) This jacket retails for just shy of 1100 UK pounds, (1 penny shy in fact) which is a little over 1400 USD in today's currency conversion. I'd like 500 USD for this jacket and as it is in Belgium and is pretty heavy, I have to charge you 50 USD for insured and tracked shipping. Thanks for looking. I will also consider trades for a size 42 A2 or shearling jacket of WW era.