Fs: Eastman Ostmann/Luffwaffe

Discussion in 'Classifieds' started by erikb02809, Apr 16, 2021.

  1. erikb02809

    erikb02809 One of the Regulars

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    Size 44, black. Possibly the most beautiful jacket I own, but I'm a cross zip guy so this one never gets worn. Has the old school Luftwaffe label, very gently worn, excellent condition. $850 shipped in the continental USA 20210416_025052.jpg 20210416_025117.jpg 20210416_025104.jpg
     
  2. AeroFan_07

    AeroFan_07 I'll Lock Up

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    This is very nice, could you post dimensions esp sleeve length and pit to pit and back length?
     
  3. erikb02809

    erikb02809 One of the Regulars

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    Shoulder 20”.
    Pit to pit 23”
    Sleeves 25”.
     
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  4. AeroFan_07

    AeroFan_07 I'll Lock Up

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    Ok darn - I need at least 26" sleeves and a 25" back length. GLWS!
     
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    erikb02809 One of the Regulars

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    crap i forgot to measure the back. Also, it's weird, most of my jackets are 26" sleeves. Something about the shoulder measurements on this one, the cuffs fall in about the same spot
     
  6. AeroFan_07

    AeroFan_07 I'll Lock Up

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    Ok, so I am 6' 1" tall, 195 lbs, wear size 36 jeans. 16.5x34-35 dress shirts. Am I close to your size at all?
     
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    erikb02809 One of the Regulars

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    Sounds like your top half is. I'm built like an otter lol. My dress shirts are mostly the athletic cut brooks brothers shirts, 16-34.

    Also. Jacket back length is 25 on the nose.

    My weight varies without my size changing much because lucky for me when I gain weight it gets put on pretty evenly. There was a Thedi I sold because of the COVID 10, but it was a little snug even when I first got it. My normal walking around weight is around 185 these days
     
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  8. erikb02809

    erikb02809 One of the Regulars

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    Fit pic
    20210417_094245.jpg
     
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  9. erikb02809

    erikb02809 One of the Regulars

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    AeroFan, what size are your suit jackets?

    If you're usually a 44, I think you will probably be good with this one. If your suit jackets are 46, definitely will be too small though
     
  10. AeroFan_07

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    42L and 44L...
     
  11. erikb02809

    erikb02809 One of the Regulars

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    hmm. might be cutting it close then. I'm a 44R and it's perfect. That fit pic is at a very slightly upward angle, but the belt line on the jacket is basically exactly where i'd want it to be with normal, non-high rise modern pants. I don't think i'd worry about the sleeves though. They're perfect for me and my standards are set by motorcycle jackets, where the traditional sleeve fit tends to be on the long side. If your arms are an inch longer than mine, that'd put these still well within what's considered decent length. But I'm questioning whether 25" body length is going to be enough.
     
  12. Rgcards

    Rgcards One of the Regulars

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    American. I have a 42 in this jacket
    I'm 6'1 200 and wear 42l and 44l. 42 is a very trim fit . I think 44 would easily work for you unless you want a very trim fit
     
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    Rgcards One of the Regulars

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    There is a picture in the leather lifestyle thread. This is my favorite jacket, more than real mccoys, flat head , aero,. My orgueil is close but it's not black
     
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    Rgcards One of the Regulars

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    My goodwear is pretty cool too but completely different style
     
  15. erikb02809

    erikb02809 One of the Regulars

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    Still available!
     
  16. erikb02809

    erikb02809 One of the Regulars

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    Willing to consider reasonable offers too
     
  17. erikb02809

    erikb02809 One of the Regulars

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    Bump to the top
     
  18. erikb02809

    erikb02809 One of the Regulars

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    Still available
     
  19. erikb02809

    erikb02809 One of the Regulars

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    Feel free to make an offer! Worst thing I could possibly say is "no", I promise! lol
     
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    nabottle A-List Customer

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    Hey Erik! After your message on EB yesterday, I decided to get back on here and read up on everything I've been missing. AS I mentioned, living in FL doesn't lend toward leather jacket wear nearly as often I'd like. This jacket looks super cool and I've been contemplating making you an offer, but I doubt I could offer an amount without you wanting to kick my ass for being a total P.O.S. Man, I have really been debating it in my old noggin.
     
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