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To size you correctly for your jacket, we just need a few things from you. Follow the instructions above to get the most accurate reading.

When ordering a jacket, enter the above measurements into the 'Special Instructions' box so the production team know how to size your jacket.

Our designs are based on a 5"11 pattern, so we alter the sleeves and body according to your height.

Some of our jackets are 1950s designs and follow the fit of that era, therefore they are of a looser cut, giving you more room. This also allows for you to decide if your're wanting a neater fit by dropping down a size or keeping to original specifications with a roomier fit. The following jackets allow you to do this:

Highwayman, Long Half Belt, 1950s Half Belt, Half Belt DeLuxe, 1950s Flight Jacket, Bootlegger, Teamster.

Our 1920s and 1930s designs replicate the slimmer, shorter cut of the jackets from those eras and are better suited to the more athletic build or for those who prefer their jackets with a neater cut.


When measuring yourself for motorcycle jeans, we need your waist measurent taken where your trousers normally sit. Your inside leg measurement should be from the crotch to the shoe, where your jeans would sit on your ankle. REMEMBER: We are not measuring for a suit, so it's slighly different, we want the inside leg measurement how you would usually wear a pair of jeans.



Download Levis Shrink To Fit Guide to understand more about their vintage dry denim and how to treat your jeans so they are perfect for you.

Download a Levis Fit Guide to see which jeans would be the best fit for you.