Comment: This jacket is a great look especially for those who don't like a lot of pomp n circumstance. It runs slightly small. I've never had a bike jacket and was told it needs to fit snug. I am returning it but definetely ordered the next size larger.
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Comment: I ordered a large and it fit perfectly. I love the jacket. Love the zippered pockets and the way the sleeves are made so when you reach for the handlebars the jacket moves with you... definitely recommend this jacket!
Detour women's leather jacket 8304
Comment: This is one nice jacket. It's a heavy weight jacket thats fits exactly the bust size. I ordered one size up and I'm glad i did. The sleeves are a little long when you're a short person like myself, but its definitely worth the buy and I know a great leather smith for my sleeves.
The Detour 8304 is made out of premium top grain buffalo leather, and is black with polished silver looking hardware. Buffalo leather can be a little bit stiff right out of the box, but breaks in quickly and is incredibly durable. The 8304 is available in sizes small thru three X and the fit is very accurate per the size chart on our website. So, if you prefer a little extra room, make sure to order on size larger. Jessica, here, is 5'8" 145, and looks great in a medium. What makes a jacket premium is the details. The closure on the 8304 is constructed using a reinforced metal zipper and there are hidden snaps to hold the collar down. There are zippered hand warmer pockets on the front, and in the ribs area you'll find a zippered expander with a buckle for a contoured and flattering fit. The sleeves are vented at the biceps area and the cuffs have a zippered opening for easy on and off. The back of the 8304 is very simple save for the zippered kidney vents and the expansion areas in the shoulders, making this jacket a great choice for club and event patchwork. The interior of the 8304 features a removable, full -sleeve, quilted thermal lining that is flanked on either side by a zippered pocket. On warmer days, you can remove the liner by unzipping it from the shell and unsnapping it from the cuffs of the sleeves. Removing the thermal liner exposes a mesh liner that promotes airflow.