Sizing Chart / How to measure

The measurements shown in the table are taken on the unworn product and go from seam to seam. The values are indicative and may vary slightly due to the craftsmanship of our products.

If you are in doubt about the fit of your jacket, please note that our garments tend to sag slightly due to the softness of the leather. With the warmth of the body, the jacket tends to take its shape even after a few times of wearing it.

 

WOMAN

SHOULDERS


Measure your shoulders from one end to the other. Help yourself by wearing a t-shirt or shirt that fits you well and take it as a guide. The shoulder seams on your back should match the point of your shoulders.

 

TORACE

Measure your chest at the widest point of your bust. Pass the dressmaker's tape measure just below the armpits at chest height for men and breast height for women. This measurement will be very important to be able to close the leather jacket properly.

 

SLEEVES

Measure the length of the sleeves, i.e. the distance between the seam at the shoulder and the point where the sleeve ends at wrist height. 

 

LENGHT

Corresponds to the length of the leather jacket you wish to purchase, so to see if it is the length you want, measure the length from the collar seam to the bottom of the garment on the back, while wearing another jacket.

BOTTOM

Depending on the jacket chosen and its length, the measurement of the bottom may vary. So the advice is first to assess the length of the garment you have chosen and once you have worked out where its length is on your body take the measurement. Some shorter jacket models may require you to take waist measurements, others of normal length require you to measure the width at hip level. This type of measurement, as well as that of the chest, should be taken for the entire circumference by passing the tape measure around the body.

The measurements shown in the table are taken on the unworn product and go from seam to seam. The values are indicative and may vary slightly due to the craftsmanship of our products.

If you are in doubt about the fit of your jacket, please note that our garments tend to sag slightly due to the softness of the leather. With the warmth of the body, the jacket tends to take its shape even after a few times of wearing it.

UOMO

SHOULDERS

Measure your shoulders from one end to the other. Help yourself by wearing a t-shirt or shirt that fits you well and take it as a guide. The shoulder seams on your back should match the point of your shoulders.

TORACE


Measure your chest at the widest point of your bust. Pass the dressmaker's tape measure just below the armpits at chest height for men and breast height for women. This measurement will be very important to be able to close the leather jacket properly.

SLEEVES


Measure the length of the sleeves, i.e. the distance between the seam at the shoulder and the point where the sleeve ends at wrist height.

LENGTH


Corresponds to the length of the leather jacket you wish to purchase, so to see if it is the length you want, measure the length from the collar seam to the bottom of the garment on the back, while wearing another jacket.

BOTTOM



Depending on the jacket chosen and its length, the measurement of the bottom may vary. So the advice is first to assess the length of the garment you have chosen and once you have worked out where its length is on your body take the measurement. Some shorter jacket models may require you to take waist measurements, others of normal length require you to measure the width at hip level. This type of measurement, as well as that of the chest, should be taken for the entire circumference by passing the dressmaker's tape measure around the body.