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Discussion in 'Outerwear' started by jack miranda, Sep 14, 2014.
A man who likes a jacket fit like me ... not to tight and not too loose ..... top job.
Wear it well
Outsanding.... All the way around! Simple yet stylish, not too tight, not too loose. Modded just enough for you to know it's yours. Nice lid too. Thanks for sharing.
Straps a very nice touch. SJ
looks very nice and fit
This is a really nice looking jacket. I've been looking at the button-up models that seem to work well in longer cuts. My zip jackets always ride up when I sit down, so I'm thinking a button model at least allows you to open the bottom button. How tall are you and what is the back length, if I may ask? Teamster also seems a good model for longer, buttoned jackets.
^^^A double zipper will also allow one to open up the bottom of a jacket when desired.
I've never liked the look of buttoned half-belts but seeing yours has changed my mind - great style and fit.
You wanted to know How tall are you and what is the back length, if I may ask?
I'm 5'8" tall; the jacket is 26" (66 cm) long in the back. Hope this helps.
Excellent jacket and very good fit, not only in the measures but also in the overall "look". This is your jacket, period. How do the buttons work (not technically , I did use buttons before...) but given that the button-holes are in the very stiff HH? Is it very difficult to close them?
Hello, Don Tomaso:
I had Carrie at Insurrection re-sew the buttons with more play so they would go through the button holes, which was initially an issue. The leather around the buttonholes is still 'learning' to give a bit, but no real difficulties. Also, this is mid-weight HH, so, its not like buttoning a suit case.
Hi Jack, thanks for the info. I just ordered my Teamster in FQHH, which has buttons as well.