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Hello, I am new in town. Very pleased to found this site and loved to read any thread on this site about any individual sense of style and all this kind conversation. Thank you. Best Regards
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New to the site, glad to have found it. Also glad to find like minded folk that still prefer a more individual sense of style ....
I saw a post concerning a Natel CR you returned. I have one with the following measurements, if it would work.

Pit to pit - 27 inches
Shoulder seam to shoulder seam - 23 inches
Shoulder seam to end of cuff - 26.5 inches
Length - 29 inches

I also have a big Johnson Leathers CR.

FYI-I grew up in south FL and lived in central FL (Lakeland area) for a number of years. I'd melt if I went back.
I have two CR styles at the moment but your Natel may be a via replacement. My thoughts/question is that the one Natel CR I bought was labeled a size 50 and was way short in the body so your measurements seem a lot more generous with a 46 label, which could work. Also, the one I bought had a thick non removable quilt liner that also had insulated sleeves. So your removable liner could work on that front.
I am thinking about it but probably would need to move my Legendary CR , thanks again.
I've given up with labeled jacket sizes. No idea how my Natel can be a 46, but those are indeed the measurements I'd encourage you to read up on Natel/Natal on TFL. I say Natal/Natel because there seems to be a connection between the two, but nobody has been able to connect the dots. I've never heard a negative word.

Same for Johnson Leathers...do the research and you'll find lots of positives.
I’m Arrandale. I got a lot of valuable information concerning horsehide from a member.
In Japan horses are only seen in horse racing. Horsehide is probably imported before being tanned.
Shinki horsehide seems to be one of the best, but I doubt it. Japanese hide tends to be light and thin.
Hey Roy,

RL204 offered you as a reference and said you guys did a transaction recently. Where you buying or selling? How did it go, any issues? I appreciate your feedback!

Would you consider $225 plus the $20 shipping so $245 total ? I will take it if that works for you