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Measure from the stitches below the armpits on one side to another.
Measure from where the shoulder seam meets armhole to the cuff.
Measure from where the shoulder seam meets the collar to the hem.
Measure straight across the top of the waistband from edge to edge.
Measure from the bottom of the front rise to the top of the front rise.
Measure straight across the widest hip line from edge to edge.
Measured from the crotch seam to the top edge of the back waistband.
Measure across straight from the crotch seam to the outside of the leg.
Measure straight across the leg opening.
Measure the length from the crotch seam to the bottom of the leg.
Measure from the waistband to the leg opening or hem.
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The rider's sweaters of the 1910s were usually monochrome wool jerseys with a V-neck, high collar, and buttoned collar. The 1920s saw the advent of two-tone patchwork wool jerseys. The zipper became widely used in the civilian market in the 1930s, and a new turtle neck sweater debuted in 1939 in the catalog, making it the classic sweater for the manufacturer's riders.
This sweatshirt has a two-tone patchwork design, this style was the dominant style of the old-time, and the sweaters of old-time Harley Davidson riders are representative of this style. The sweatshirt's front was sewed letter patches "RUGGED BRONSON", and the back was sewed letter patches "BRONSON MC"(Bronson Motorcycle Club).
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