Good Wear Leather Coat Company
Sizing a Jacket
Available Patterns
Red Tails Movie Jackets
  Bronco MFG. Co.
  David D. Doniger
  I. Chapman & Sons
  J.A. Dubow 20960
  J.A. Dubow 27798
  Monarch Mfg. Co.
  Perry Sportswear
  Poughkeepsie
  Rough Wear 18091
  Rough Wear 1401-P
  Rough Wear 27752
  Star Sportswear
  United Sheeplined
  1939 Werber
  1941 Werber
  Aero Leather 16160
  Aero Leather 18775
  No-Name 42-18246-P
  No-Name 27753
  Type A-1
  Californian Ventura
  Californian Racer
  M-422 Monarch
  AN-6552 Bogen

Sizing a Jacket


There are several manners one can use to get a proper fit, and we believe that the best manner is the one listed below. We need a customer's body dimensions, and from those numbers, we can ensure that a jacket fits as you want.

It is vitally important that each dimension be carefully measured, and it is best that someone other than the customer hold the measuring tape to get these numbers correct. We realize that some tailors would prefer to use different dimensions, but the dimensions listed are exactly what we need.

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Please use a cloth or soft plastic measuring tape when performing the measurement process. The chest measurement (B) is best done with a comfortable deep breath.

Please use U.S. inches for each numeric.


Sizing a Good Wear Leather Jacket

A. Chest, around arms, at armpit level.
B. Chest at armpit level.
C. High abdomen.
D. Waist, at typical pant-top level.
E. Arm length, from what is essentially a t-shirt sleeve/shoulder seam to very end of arm bones.
F. Height
G. Weight in U.S. pounds


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