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my new aero sheene

Dugafola

New in Town
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48
i received my new Sheene from TB a little over a week ago.

here are the details:
size 42
brown FQHH
sleeve 27"
back 28"
extra 0.5" added to waist
interior pocket with a snap
olive stitching
tartan lining
yoke on back
6'3", 200 lbs

carrie at TB was pretty spot on with her assessment of my prior fit pics and the jacket feels pretty amazing when i wear it. the FQHH is already breaking down and it's getting more and more comfortable with each wear.

thanks to all TFLers who influenced this purchase!




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Mickiemac

One of the Regulars
Messages
127
Location
C-ville, Virginia
i received my new Sheene from TB a little over a week ago.

here are the details:
size 42
brown FQHH
sleeve 27"
back 28"
extra 0.5" added to waist
interior pocket with a snap
olive stitching
tartan lining
yoke on back
6'3", 200 lbs

carrie at TB was pretty spot on with her assessment of my prior fit pics and the jacket feels pretty amazing when i wear it. the FQHH is already breaking down and it's getting more and more comfortable with each wear.

thanks to all TFLers who influenced this purchase!




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Wow - almost looks like a second skin! A fit made in heaven for sure. Enjoy.
 
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10,196
Location
Pasadena, CA
Amazing! It it were MINE, I'd have more length in the sleeves, but really, that TB method seems to be working as this is another spot-on example of how things should fit! Well done, and congrats!!!
 

dan_t

Practically Family
Messages
950
Location
Sydney, Australia
Awesome!
When I read the 28" length on a size 42, I thought 'oh no'.
But your pics show that it is spot on! You must be fairly long in the torso.
Looks great, now go beat the hell out of it.....
 

Fanch

I'll Lock Up
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4,493
Location
Texas
Outstanding acquisition. Your arms are even longer than mine as I need ~27.5" sleeves, minimum of 27". As a point of reference I am 1" shorter and 15 lbs. lighter than you.
 

Fanch

I'll Lock Up
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4,493
Location
Texas
Below is a picture of my size 42 Sheene just after I got it. I think my sleeves are 27.25" and a 27.25" back with 2" added to the circumference of the waist (1" added to each side panel). I had previously tried on a friend's Sheene with only 1" added to the circumference of the waist of his jacket that was an OK fit but decided on just a bit more room in the midsection. Anyhow, I think all aspects of your fit look great, including the sleeves.

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Dugafola

New in Town
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48
thanks for all the feedback! looking forward to really putting this thing through the ringer as it'll be my primary jacket from now on.
 

Peacoat

Bartender
Bartender
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5,896
Location
South of Nashville
thanks for all the feedback! looking forward to really putting this thing through the ringer as it'll be my primary jacket from now on.
For temps around 40 and above, my Sheene from Wade/Carrie has become my primary wear jacket also. You got a great fit. I don't think the sleeves are too short, but I wouldn't want them to be any shorter. Congratulations on a good purchase.
 

Witchtrip

One of the Regulars
Messages
118
Location
NJ
I missed this post - your jacket looks amazing, perfect fit. I remember seeing it on the Insurrection thread and wondering when you'd post pics. Damn, maybe I should have gotten a Sheene... ;)
 

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