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Old 04-18-2013, 06:07 AM   #1
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Question Aerostich Darien Jacket Size Question

I have a Darien L Jacket and it is tight. I have a Darien XL Jacket and it is loose so I need an in between size. I contacted Aerostich and asked what sizes are the Large and extra Large in numbers and explained l was tight and xl was loose. Their response was to order what my normal jacket size is. I don't have a normal jacket, that is why I was asking the question. Years ago at a rally I talked with a gentleman who asked the same question at aerostich and was lucky enough to get an expereinced salesman who gave him exact numbers but I cannot remember what they were. I do remember they were odd numbers like 41 47??
Any help would be appreciated.
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Old 04-18-2013, 07:52 AM   #2
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I have a Darien L Jacket and it is tight. I have a Darien XL Jacket and it is loose so I need an in between size. I contacted Aerostich and asked what sizes are the Large and extra Large in numbers and explained l was tight and xl was loose. Their response was to order what my normal jacket size is. I don't have a normal jacket, that is why I was asking the question. Years ago at a rally I talked with a gentleman who asked the same question at aerostich and was lucky enough to get an expereinced salesman who gave him exact numbers but I cannot remember what they were. I do remember they were odd numbers like 41 47??
Any help would be appreciated.
I also have a size L Darien that is about seven years old. In recent years, they switched to more precise, numerical suit sizes. I believe a size L = 42-44, so I guess you could call it 43?
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Old 04-18-2013, 04:20 PM   #3
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I also have a size L Darien that is about seven years old. In recent years, they switched to more precise, numerical suit sizes. I believe a size L = 42-44, so I guess you could call it 43?
A Darien L is closer to a 46.
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