There's a jacket online I'd like to buy but I like to have as much information as possible before I buy from overseas which is why I try and get as much info as possible if I can before purchasing. The jacket is a UK size 46 It is astounding just how hard it can be to get some sellers to measure a jacket correctly, even when I supply pictures of how to do so. Many times I have received a reply "The size is there it is marked XL" end of story.. no good persevering in these cases usually I'd imagine however, In reply and I'm very grateful for them trying to help, I got 27" shoulder to cuff, 27" bottom of collar to hem, then I get 58" Pit to Pit. The jacket is obviously not 58" P2P The only thing I can think of is they accidentally switched to cm's on the P2P measurement which would make it 23" which makes sense.. but they aren't replying anymore. So my question is does anyone with more experience have any idea how they could have come up with 58" P2P that might somehow shed light on the actual P2P measurement? Perhaps there are some common mistakes people make that could reveal the true measurement... or perhaps I should just let it go. Any help appreciated.