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    Thoughts on this leather jacket

    Hey y'all,

    I am still on the hunt for a black, smooth, lightweight leather jacket and I found one online that I really liked. However, I am not sure about the fit. I am wearing a Small in the picture and it sure is a tight fit. Anything but a shirt or a t-shirt would probably not fit under it well. I feel like it fits pretty good through arms, chest and waist, though I am concerned that it would look to small on the shoulders (second picture on the right, you can probably see what I mean on the left shoulder) and the waistline is really tight. On the other hand: Would one ever were such a jacket closed? Not sure.

    Be ruthless, don't wanna pay for a leather jacket and not have a perfect one... Cheers


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    I'd actually say that's just about the perfect fit. Put it in the way that I definitely wouldn't size up.

    I personally favour smaller still, but as you suggest, I think I can count the number of times I've worn a leather closed on one hand.
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    I've been looking for a leather jacket almost identical to this, where is it from? Looks great to me btw.

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    Looks good to me, a leather like that's got to be fitted in my opinion. It may well ease up just a touch with wear.
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    Great, thanks guys! It's by samsoe and samsoe, a swedish brand!

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