I got one of these in a medium recently, which fits a bit long both in body and sleeves. It has a 24 inch back - for some styles I can wear up to 25 - but IMO these Gap truckers fit longer than that measurement would suggest.
Length more like a "modern" trucker? I was surprised. Could be because of the wide shoulders, or the front drop is just that significant. I dunno...Worth noting for others looking for these jackets.
Anyway, of course I checked if there was a small on the interwebs. There was, and I clicked buy before double checking anything. The one in the pictures is on its way now. Leather looks similar - very nice, crinkly, lighter weight leather - but less used than the one I have...here's hoping for a great t-shirt fit
@bn1966 Good call! And good to know I'm not alone in this about the Gap truckers. I don't mind a Highwayman, half belt etc touching or almost touching pants pockets, but for double riders and truckers it looks off to me.
Late 40s cowhide Type I from Sears, the oldest leather trucker/western-style jacket I have heard of:
Horsehide repro of the above, by Warehouse & Co (also available in black, wish I could afford it):
Unbranded 60s/70s reversible Type III:
A recent purchase of mine, a 70s Levi's orange tab split suede Type III, a model already shown somewhere in this thread; it features a 5-button closure (instead of the typical 6 of a Type III):
40s Chantiers de la Jeunesse Francaise blouson de cuir; not strictly a leather western/trucker jacket (more of a cyclist one), but a lot of details are the same (short cut, shirt collar, buttoned front and cuffs, two buttoned chest pockets, button side adjustes, back yoke):