Nice one Dima, looks great on you. I love the patch as well.
Love the patch! Jacket looks fantastic
Thanks!Nice one Dima, looks great on you. I love the patch as well.
L is OK for me , not tight, comfy on t-shirt and on slim sweater.How does the size L feel on you? Is it tight, or is there room to spare? I'm considering ordering an MA-1 from them, and I'm supposed to be size L too - and I know we both wear size 40 ELC Stars, although my arms are a touch longer.
Yes I agree.Burt, I also do not like their patch, if I would bought this jacket from Bob Dong, I probably would have replaced it with more authentic one.
Since this is a cotton shell jacket, then removing a patch, it is possible to make the holes imperceptible by steam irons or washing this jacket after removing the patch.I emailed your guy at the second link and inquired if he also had any sterile jackets without the bogus patch and name tag. He replied that these were all that were available and didn’t know if they would have any unpatched jackets.
So now the dilemma is wait for a unpatched version that may never come or buy this one and remove the patches and live with the holes but at least you’ll have one.
Ok guys help me out here , what would you do?
Yeah I think Dmitry is right ...Since this is a cotton shell jacket, then removing a patch, it is possible to make the holes imperceptible by steam irons or washing this jacket after removing the patch.
If the punctures on the fabric still remain, then you can put a more correct patch on top.
IMO, and experience with my Bronson B-10 and BR Superior Togs measurements, there is no way in hell that the tagged size 44 Bob Dong B-15 A with a 46.5" chest-circumference will fit someone with an actual 44" chest well... We're only talking 2.5" of chest room NOT taking the lining into consideration (not to mention the back length / sleeve length).Still I don‘t buy the story the jackets are „real“ 44‘s. Looking forward to read the first review