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Old October 26, 2008, 08:53 AM
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Supergrover, I measured the arm length on one of the jackets. This should give you a better idea. When laid out flat, the top side sleeve length is 24" and the inseam side length is 19 1/2" to 19 3/4". Just compare those measurements to your stormrider and let us know how they compare. Thanks.

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Old October 26, 2008, 02:36 PM
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Supergrover, I measured the arm length on one of the jackets. This should give you a better idea. When laid out flat, the top side sleeve length is 24" and the inseam side length is 19 1/2" to 19 3/4". Just compare those measurements to your stormrider and let us know how they compare. Thanks.

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Old October 27, 2008, 07:44 AM
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Morning bump. Hopefully Grover can fit into one of these things.
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Old November 27, 2008, 08:51 AM
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Well, I figured with a bunch of new people coming in, I might as well bump this. Hopefully there'd be some more interested buyers. Also, hopefully if Misterlarry has some updates he could post them here.
To my knowledge they're not ready yet, but I want to throw this out to people before they use all their money
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Old November 27, 2008, 09:09 AM
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I would consider one of these, but I'd want to see a picture of what they look like before I decide. XL is a bit large on me, but while going thru some of my jackets, and while XL is a bit large on me, its the perfect size when I'm wearing layers in the dead of Canadian winter. I'm a in between a M and a Large, just a though for other folks who are thinking its too big.
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Sorry that this took so long everyone, but I have been very busy and had to jump a lot of hurdles to get these patches done without breaking the bank. I still want to help lpfan4ever build a computer for his chronically sick friend.

The final cost on the patches was $105.60 and I had to get a place in B.C. to do them. The artwork is done now, and these are known as sublimated silk screen patches. The places here in Whitecourt that I first checked with wanted over $500 to do embroidered patches (ridiculous).

These jackets could be made available in other sizes, but I don't have a price on them yet. I'll get that info for Gav if he wants it.

So here are some pictures. The patches aren't sewn on yet, but I don't expect that to cost too much ($10 per jacket).


Jacket front.


Front patch. Sorry the pic is a little blurry, but the patch is not.


Jacket rear.


Inside showing lining and tag.


I would really like to get some feedback from everyone. One jacket is spoken for so far.

There are seven extra patches of each type. They can sewn on or ironed on. If nobody wants these, then I'll send them to Gav (will keep one of each to do up something for myself).

So the question is: what do you think and who wants some?

Thanks everyone!

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I will take one. The money is going to a good cause. I'm surprised that there are any left. I thought everyone needed a denim jacket, or two. I have two already, one for 'good' and one for 4x4ing.
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Bump for a great cause, I'd like one but only a couple left in XL is just a little too big for me, now if you ever get a M/L then count me in!
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Money is a little tight here at the momment, but once I obtain a new job, consider another coat spoken for!
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