Langlitz Leathers Columbia Heavy Goatskin Leather Motorcycle Jacket Large 44

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  1. jonbuilder

    jonbuilder One Too Many

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    fullsizeoutput_3e5.jpeg fullsizeoutput_3f3.jpeg fullsizeoutput_3f4.jpeg fullsizeoutput_3f5.jpeg fullsizeoutput_3f6.jpeg fullsizeoutput_3f9.jpeg fullsizeoutput_3fa.jpeg fullsizeoutput_3fb.jpeg fullsizeoutput_40e.jpeg This is a heavy jacket made with thick pliable Goatskin. Very little noticeable wear. I examined the jacket carefully the only thing I noticed is wearing in the lining at the neck which is shown in the pictures. Pockek, zippers, zipper cloth, teeth, male insertion pins, snaps, lining, leather everything in top condition except as noted. Clean no orders. Testimony to Langlitz build and material quality.
    Pit to pit 23-1/4
    Arms along curve 26-1/2
    Shoulders 21
    Back form base of neck 26-1/2

    $590 shipped conus net
     
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  2. jonbuilder

    jonbuilder One Too Many

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    I am looking to make another jacket purchase on the FL
    Price drop to $550
     
  3. Bjorn240

    Bjorn240 One of the Regulars

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    I like this a lot. Are the shoulders really 21”? I would expect closer to 18.5-19” on a 44 jacket.
    Maybe a better question - what height/weight are you?
     
  4. jonbuilder

    jonbuilder One Too Many

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    May be 20.5 at the shoulders, I stretch the shoulders and pit to pit when taking measurements.
    The size is not tagged on the jacket I used 44 from my general experience. The jacket fits me well. I am 5-9 185 lbs 42 chest 34 waist wear 33-30 Levi jeans. The goat is out standing on this jacket. Ross Langlitz always considered goat to be the premium leather, the goat drapes much nicer than the steer jackets.
     
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  5. jonbuilder

    jonbuilder One Too Many

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    I not keen to sell this Langlitz, I just have way too many jackets (30 + ) and want to buy The Taubers John has listed on this forum. I also have a vintage Langlitz Cascade in a heavy steer. The Langlitz goat is easier more comfortable to wear when not riding.
     
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    jonbuilder One Too Many

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    When I wear my Langlitz goat jacket I causally I feel dressed up, not at all conscious that I am wearing a "motorcycle jacket". The goatskins' soft drape and texture mute the hard lines of the jacket at the hem and cross zip. From the front, I am not aware of the waist ties which are useful to adjust the fit at the waist. The goatskin will form to my body contour closer than a stiff horse or steer hide.
     
  7. Monitor

    Monitor I'll Lock Up

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    Beyond stunning. At this point I somewhat even prefer goat to any other hide. If it'd age as readily, there'd be no competition. You won't regret getting this!
     
  8. stmike

    stmike One of the Regulars

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    Hmm, the Cascade you mentioned above has me interested. Are you planning to get rid of it?
     
  9. jonbuilder

    jonbuilder One Too Many

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    I keeping the Cascade It's a dark brown heavy steer, the heaviest I've handled by Langlitz and I've thrummed the use jacket rack in Langlitzs' Portland shop. I did offer it to Ton a couple of weeks ago and now gad he turned it down. The Cascade is my go-to cool-weather riding jacket. I have ridden with my goat Columbia but generally, use it for casual wear.
     
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    jonbuilder One Too Many

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    Gone off to Japan through eaby.
    I do recommend Langlitz goat skin particularly in the Columbia
     

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