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Help dating this 618

Hey guys,

Any help dating my new 618 from all of you schott experts would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks!

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Gail on 06/05/19 at 07:24 AM

The pocket does not have a barcode, which confirms it was produced prior to 1992. The buckle has "Century" on the back and we first starting using Century buckles on our jackets in 1990. This would mean the jacket was produced between 1990 - 1992.

Gail

tobywheeler1 on 06/05/19 at 07:52 AM

Thanks Gail!

tobywheeler1 on 06/05/19 at 10:45 AM

Sorry Gail, just one more question. Since the jacket was produced in 1990-1992, has the cut of the 618 changed?

Gail on 06/06/19 at 07:18 AM

The classic style 618 patterns have not changed in the body fit of the jacket since it was first produced. In 2012 the jacket was made longer by 1" starting with size 40 to 25" and then graded longer to 26" & 27" for sizes 48-54. The sleeve was also made narrower by 1" in 2015. We still recommend sizing up in the jacket as the jacket is still made on the vintage sized patterns which are a smaller cut.

Gail

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