Size Chart - Jackets
Size Chart – Jackets
Short sizes are one (1) inch shorter than regural sizes (body and sleeves).
Long sizes are one (1) longer than regular sizes (body and sleeves).
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Short and Long sizes are not returnable/refundable.
|Height / Size||34||36||38||40||42||44||46||48||50|
|5’2″ • 157cm|
|5’4″ • 162cm||S|
|5’6″ • 167cm|
|5’8″ • 172cm||R|
|5’10” • 177cm|
|6′ • 182cm|
|6’2″ • 187cm||L|
|6’4″ • 193cm|
How to measure yourself for jacket ordering.
Please let us have the following 5 measurements before you order.
1. Your Height
2. Your Weight
3. Your Chest circumference (wearing a t-shirt only).
Use a measuring tape and measure around your chest (at nipples level).
4. Your Waist circumference (at belly button level).
5. Your Lower Waist circumference (at belt level).
6. Your Shoulder circumference
With the arms relaxed and down at the side, measure around the shoulders just above the biceps. (Don’t take this measurement yourself, ask somebody else to help you so that you have both your arms down at the sides during measurement).
Leathertogs of Everett, Massachusetts, was a pioneer brand of this era and made some long coats for Harley-Davidson dealers in the 1910s and 20s. All Leathertogs jackets were made of the highest quality vegetable tanned-horsehide, and lots of excellent details can be found on them. Though Leathertogs are among the best pre-war jackets, the company unfortunately disappeared by the 1950s.
This model is the oldest D-pocket jacket that ever was and the first to use the zipper pull at D-pocket. This idea was later copied in Beck’s Model 333.
This jacket, may not look like it, but has the most complicated/sophisticated pattern from all the jackets we make. It is loaded with many details, from the studs in the cuffs, the double acting lapel snap, the oblong studs on the pockets, the leather protected armpits, the functional chin strap, the French seams, down to the insane construction of the inside of the cuffs and of course the silky label. As always, our reproduction, in which we copied one of the variants out there, uses the highest quality leathers and materials and as such is guaranteed to make you happy. The jacket has a very flattering fit that compliments the wearer and although named the “Aviator” is actually a motorcycle jacket. Without any doubt this was a piece worn by men who ran faster either by riding or by flying in the 1930s.