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[Poll] Your leather jacket size

Discussion in 'Riding Gear and Bike Accessories/Parts' at netrider.net.au started by daedalus, Jan 6, 2010.

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  1. 42

    5.1%
  2. 44

    8.5%
  3. 46

    11.9%
  4. 48

    13.6%
  5. 50

    18.6%
  6. 52

    23.7%
  7. 54

    6.8%
  8. 56

    6.8%
  9. 58

    10.2%
  10. 60

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
Multiple votes are allowed.
  1. European sizing 42 to 60 in increments of 2

    any brand (dainese, alpinestars etc)



    Trying to post a poll
     
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  2. Teknic, 42, im a jockey....... Not really but i am pretty small.
     
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  3. 54 in a Berik jacket
     
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  4. 58 if I'm going to get much on underneath it. Used to be (a lot) less.
     
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  5. I dont know about euro sizes but I have a 48 inch chest
     
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  6. why are you limiting the poll to leather? (i have a 52 euro textile jacket but i'm not sure if i should vote in the poll...)
     
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  7. Size 58

    Alpinestars MX-1
     
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  8. 44 ladies...to fit the ladies in :p
     
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  9. I dunno, lots of Xs in front of an L.
     
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  10. 50 for a Dainese Santa Monica. I'm about 172cm and 70kg.
     
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  11. Yeah, it would be cool if people could post their height and weight also :)
     
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  12. Dainese 44.

    176cm, 75kg.
     
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  13. Eat some food would ya! 70kg...
     
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  14. 48 (Dainese), 50 (Tiger Angel), (the textile stuff varies even more).
    177cm, 78kg
     
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  15. I'm 5'9 with a small frame, I am at the ideal weight and BMI!
     
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  16. a size 50???

    I'm 5'9 (and a bit), 75kg and wear a tight size 44...
     
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  17. My Santa Monica is a size 50 (euro) and fits perfectly. I think that is a 40 in US sizing.
     
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  18. Dainese SF, Size 52. 100 kg, 190 cm. I'm reasonably happy with the fit and the insulation/lining seems to be good, but it is slightly short in the body and arm length.

    If I knew then what I know now, I would have bought Tiger Angel instead.
     
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  19. Alpinestars MX-1, size 50, 189cm and 77kg. It's pretty snug so I can only really fit a thin jumper underneath during winter, which can be fun in Canberra.
     
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  20. Alpinestars (not sure of the model) size 50, 185cm, 70kg. Right now it fits well, but I usually weigh between 75-80kg (recovering from pneumonia at the moment), and back then it was a bit on the tight side, especially around the shoulders.
     
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