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I recently came across a schott 674 on eBay but it’s a size 40. the measurements are ;Shoulder to Shoulder: 17.5”

Armpit to armpit: 21.5”

Sleeve: 24”

Total Length: 23”

Seems to me like it would fit me but the measurements seem too small to be a size 40, I’m 5’9 with my chest size measuring 36 inches and weighing 165 lbs. would this jacket be a good fit for me? 

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Bahabp100 on 07/21/19 at 09:39 PM

The chest measurement of this jacket is double the pit to pit measurement. It’s 43 inches . 

Nuuevoalejandro on 07/21/19 at 10:50 PM

Yes but I’m more worried about the length of the jacket, do you think these measurements are correct because I was looking at other jackets and the measurements seem to vary from the period in which they were manufactured 

Bahabp100 on 07/21/19 at 11:08 PM

My guess is that the 23 inch length could be a typo for 33 inches which sounds more likely 

Gail on 07/22/19 at 07:14 AM

This is a vintage Steerhide jacket style 674SM, which because of it age is a smaller cut, a size 40 would be closer to a size 38 in fit. Based on the vintage main label and the red size label the jacket is from the 70's. I checked old records and back length should be 25", measured from under the collar seam to bottom of knit. Length of a jacket can be graded slightly in pattern length based on size. In vintage jackets smaller sizes having a slighly shorter length for based on at that time of average heights for smaller sizes.

Gail

 

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