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Schott Sizing and Style Recommendation

Hello all,

I am looking to buy another Perfecto . I currently have a 613, 46, and am looking for a lighter, slimmer,  Spring alternative.

Searching for a style that is less bulky on the sholders and upper sleeve (bicep) sections.  Also, a thin liner and slim fit.

 

I am 6 foot 1, 230lbs, not super fit, average build 46 chest.

 

Thanks!

Martyk on 01/10/20 at 01:49 PM

I'm responding in part because we are just about the same size. The 2 jackets I have that aren't super heavy are a 519 and a Per70 both in 2XL. The 519 is heavier but not very heavy and the Per70 is pretty light. I don't blame you if you're sqeamish about the price of the Per70. For what it's worth I love mine. Either way good luck with whatever you go with.

Elwood5975 on 01/10/20 at 01:57 PM

Thanks for the reply!  I saw the Per70.  Was it the 2XL still prett form fitting?  I was wondering abouyt going with either a L or an XL.

 

Thanks again!

Martyk on 01/10/20 at 02:42 PM

I guess form fitting is a subjective thing but I wouldn't want mine any tighter.  My chest is a 48 so you could definitely try the XL but I would think a L might be too small.

Elwood5975 on 01/10/20 at 04:23 PM

I think that is what I will go for, the XL.  Thanks for the help.

wolverine on 01/15/20 at 10:08 AM

Also look at the 626 or 626VN. Both are fashion cuts with tailored sleeves.  Leather is medium weight and lining is non insulated.  This style looks just like the 618 riding jacket with the silver snaps on both collar points.  Sizing could be an issue for you on this model...not sure if they offer 2 or 3XL...

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