As some might know, @Carlos840 got a Freewheelers San Mateo jacket that did not quite fit him correctly. This is a model from Freewheelers that I did not love at first, sort of like the Mullholland. In fact, I know there is a comment I made on this very forum a few years back saying that this jacket was not for me. It obviously grew on me. Part of the reason I did not think it was for me was the fact that this jacket is a bit extreme in my opinion. It is quite unique. The mandarin collar that moves into absolutely gargantuan lapels is the big feature. Certainly, this jacket has never heard the word 'subtle.' I wanted to buy this from Carlos as soon as I saw him listing it for sale, but it was not in the cards at the time. Fast forward to mid-February of this year with some clothing sold and 35 pounds off my frame, I was ready for this jacket. It had never left my mind and I had wanted it more and more. My confidence in being able to pull off a jacket like this grew as I got smaller. If you have seen Carlos' pictures, I think you would agree that it looked better on him than it does on me. With that said, I do think this jacket fits me extremely well. The best part is that the sleeves are not too bad. They are a little too long, but with the zippers done up all the way, I think they look perfectly fine. It fits brilliantly everywhere else and feels quite comfortable to wear both unzipped and zipped. Because of the unique front design of the jacket, I think this is the first jacket that I have ever owned that I prefer zipped up to unzipped. It looks good unzipped, but I think it really shines when zipped up. The construction is unsurprisingly flawless. Freewheelers' stitching is dense and neat to a degree that truly impresses. There are some other little details that are great too such as the nice linings (I really like the black and blue plaid lining in the sleeves), the laces on the sides, and the tan leather on the inside of the jacket. The leather is rude black which is grey on the inside. This will be interesting to see age. I know technically have 5 different leathers because my Mulholland is vintage black which is a classic style tea core with brown underneath. I adore Shinki leather and this is another fine example of it. Time for some photos! I apologize for the pictures being overexposed, but I'm trying to show off the jacket here so I figured that would be best. Also, I am just going to re-use a couple of Carlos' photos for the jacket by itself because I am concentrating more on the fit on me. A huge thanks to Carlos for being such a pleasure to deal with! I am thrilled with this jacket!