So its my first time buying a leather jacket. I found my right size but was not used to the stiffness of the heavy steer hide. Was trying a few of the jacket tests like the hug test etc. i really moved my arms around in ways that was straining the jacket. I wasnt trying to damage the jacket i merely was trying to gain more comfort in it by maybe trying to stretch it out a bit even though i learned from schott customer service before buying the jacket that this leather doesnt stretch. Anyway i understand the jacket will get more comfy as it breaks in. But i noticed that the seam holes (or whatever they are called) in the bi swing back area are showing more noticeably whereas the seam holes dont normally show. Oops i guess i messed up and stretched the seam holes. I hope as long as i dont stretch anymore like that that the jacket will be okay and that i didnt weaken the seam holes significantly. Did any of u guys do that before with your jackets and if so did it matter in terms of affecting the condition of the jacket? Did it eventually lead to ripping in that area later on down the road? Or are these jackets bullet proof to the point that a little stretching of the seam holes wont matter as long as u dont overly stretch it anymore like i did at first.