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Underarm to Underarm on back: 20 inches
Length on back(from under the collar): 21 inches
Shoulder to shoulder: 16 inches
Sleeves from shoulder seam to end of cuff: 24.5 inches
This beautiful 1930s style motorcycle leather jacket is a reproduction from an actual jacket in Levi's archives and was made by Aero Leathers under contract from Levi's Vintage Clothing in very limited quantities in 2003. It was made in two very limited varieties: a brown horsehide version and a black horsehide version. this is the brown horsehide version made with Aero Leather's 'Vintage' Black Horsehide Leather which Aero began to stock for their collaborative production with LVC, and have since continued to stock and use on their own jackets. This leather was initially regarded as being more expensive than what Aero would normally use on their own line of jackets but they were able to bring it in because LVC was, at the time, willing to shell out the costs for the best quality horsehide. Aside from the beautiful grain-rich, thick, heavy horsehide, the jacket also features a 100% cotton, tartan-plaid liner, and period correct talon zipper. This is one of LVCs finest releases, and very hard to come by.
Made in the UK - Styled in California
You will absolutely love the style and quality of this jacket!
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Ticket Pocket: A sartorial detail, this half-size third (funcational) pocket is located on the right side of the jacketabove the flap pocket. It is found on both dress and sportcoats, lending a distinctly British custom-made look.
Vents: The flap of cloth below the waist, at the back of the jacket (originally for soldiers who rode horseback; the side vents would lie flat on the soldiers legs, protecting the gun powderin their pockets, without disturbing the line of the jacket). Options include center, side or non-vent; the most popular at present are side or center-vented jackets.
Pick stitching: The stitching at the edge of the lapel creates a hand-tailored look; also known as AMF (made after the original machine that simulated hand stitching). The opposite is a bluffed edge, which has no visible stitching. Pick stitching on the interior of a jacket is called Columbia stitching.
Patch Pocket: The pocket is sewn onto the exterior of the garment. Usually seen on a relaxed fit or unconstructed sportcoat.
Peak Lapel: Designed in an upward and outward V-shape point.
Notch Lapel: Features a triangular cutout where the lapel is attached to the collar. (A high notch on the lapel, an English look, enhances the impression of length in the jacket. Italian designers generally prefer a lower notch).
Super 100's: Super 100s is a term that measures a wool fiber's diameter in microns. The higher the super number, the higher the grade of fabric (the lighter and more flexible the fabric), making it softer and more resilient, but harder to tailor. Wool's micron count must be the same in warp and weft yarns to earn the certification of super 100s to 160s.
18.5 micron = super 100's
18.0 micron = super 110's
17.5 micron = super 120's
15.5 micron = super 160's