SPECIALISTS TO THE FILM, TV & LEATHER INDUSTRY
PLEASE NOTE: ALL CUSTOM & STANDARD JACKETS ARE NOW BEING MADE TO ORDER DUE TO HUGE DEMAND
Here is where you can get creative with your Indy jacket, from sizing to skin to special requests.
You get a choice of skins, each jacket is handcrafted within our London factory and made exactly to your order.
This particular jacket is the Last Crusade, it sports slightly larger armholes than the other jackets, a stud at the top and bottom of the storm flap and a pointier collar than the rest.
The standard specifications for the custom made are one leather bound inside pocket, leather facing supporting the zip, two-way handwarmer pockets, action pleats and side vents - the rest is left down to your personal choice.
We ask you to carefully go over your measurements before placing an order, once the order is placed we are able to change your measurements.
Break down of the options available
Side Straps There's a choice of D-rings on the side straps (shaped like a D) or buckles (just your regular buckles), they are both good choices, neither one is better than the other.
You can have an X-box stitch this is just an X stitch that goes into the box that attached the side strap to the jacket.
Extra Inside Pocket You already get one plain piped inside pocket, if you select Yes to this option you'll get another pocket, they are positioned on both sides of the chest.
Gussets These are a small triangle shaped material that go underneath the armpit of the jacket, it would not be seen unless you raised you arms, it is to help arm movement and can be popular with bikers for this reason.
The Finer Details
Get Creative With Our Custom Made Jackets
Fancy something extra special? From Sizing to Skin Options we offer a Custom Made Service so you can Customise your very own jacket. Speak with our team today.Customise now
CHEST - Measure under your arms, under the fullest part of your chest
PIT TO PIT - Pit To Pit is the actual measurement of a jacket laid flat, zipped up and measured from one side to the other (It is Not Your Body Measurement)
SLEEVE LENGTH - Measure the arm from the top of your shoulder down to where you want the cuff to end
BACK LENGTH - Measure from the nape of your neck to where you want the jacket to end
SHOULDER - Measure from the neck to the end of the shoulder
For best results, take measurements over a t-shirt. If your measurements fall between sizes, we suggest that you size up for a better fit.