Im at work at the momemt dont want it getting dusty and covered in sawdust !
IMHO, I dont think the sizing reputation of the BR O-D B-10 is typical BR, but it’s not unusual. Some items can be very trim, the US Navy chambray's are a good example of that thought I think they’ve adjusted the pattern in recent years, but still trim.If it was size labelled a 40 Chris it would have been too big !!
I now have a benchmark of sizing for BR ?
Or is this a one off ??
Thankyou Ian ! i will bear that info in mind from now on ! thankyouCarl, happy belated birthday!
I have quite a few BR jackets, and while I wear a size 38 in most models, it’s not always the case. You really have to go by measurements. If not you could end up with a 38 that’s very snug or or one that’s so big you could have gone down to a 36. And, if it’s a “fantasy” jacket and not something patterned after an actual US jacket, no size may feel to you, since it was cut, exclusively, for a Japanese male physic. I’ve had that experience with one of Buzz’s “fantasy” jackets.