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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-10-2011, 06:06 AM Thread Starter
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Jacket sizes

Hi i wonder if some one can help here i know this will seem like a dumb question but i am ordering a jacket online and seems most only have xl how large will extra large be is it for really big people. I am 6ft and 175lbs so pretty average size will the jacket be way to big.
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oh yea and the jackets i'm looking at 1 is a nomis and the other a special blend
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any one have an idea
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My jacket is special blend and it's a large. I'm 5'11" and the jacket is pretty baggy on me. You might be able to get away with an extra large though, depends how baggy you like your outerwear.

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yea okay cool thats what i was looking for thanks for the response i dont like it too baggy so maybe i'll try find something in a large then.
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Measure your chest width, just above the nips, about an inch under the armpits. Have this value fall in the range of the coat you want. /thread
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Im 6ft2 185lbs and I wear a L in all the jackets ive bought or tried on. The XL were generally too big especially in the sleeves. Sounds like you'd definitely want an L, you still should have plenty of room to layer up underneath.
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