Sonoran Sunrise Bomber Jacket
**Please note: this product is for in-store pickup only, no shipping. Orders of this item for shipping will be refunded**
Introducing our newest jacket design, Sonoran Sunrise, which is inspired by classic country western design, 70s ski wear, and the endless charm of the Arizona desert. After years of perfecting our soft and delicate satin jackets, we decided to step up our fabric game to create a bomber that is suitable for the outdoors and will last a lifetime. This sturdy, water resistant nylon blend is durable yet still soft, cozy, and easy to style with just about anything (whether you are a man or woman). It’s bold and timeless, and our most complex design yet.
The main body color is a warm matte brownish black, which looks like a black jacket that has been well loved and sun-faded. The stripes are rust, maroon, and soft 70s banana cream yellow. We took special care of all the details, from the rust lining to the gold 60s style metal YKK circle zipper. The fit of this jacket is inspired by some of our favorite 70s and 80s vintage bomber, motorcycle and hunting jackets.
Measurements taken lying flat:
Armpit to armpit: 18”
Shoulder to shoulder: 13.25”
Arm length (from shoulder): 23”
Shoulder to bottom hem (measured in front): 21”
Bicep (half): 6.75”
Armpit to armpit: 18.75"
Shoulder to shoulder: 14.25”
Arm length (from shoulder): 24.25"
Shoulder to bottom hem (measured in front): 22”
Bicep (half): 7”
Armpit to armpit: 20.5"
Shoulder to shoulder: 16.5"
Arm length (from shoulder): 25.25"
Shoulder to bottom hem (measured in front): 23.5"
Bicep (half): 7.5”
Armpit to armpit: 22"
Shoulder to shoulder: 18"
Arm length (from shoulder): 26"
Shoulder to bottom hem (measured in front): 25.5"
Bicep (half): 8”
Armpit to armpit: 23.5"
Shoulder to shoulder: 20"
Arm length (from shoulder): 27"
Shoulder to bottom hem (measured in front): 27.25"
Armpit to armpit: 25.5"
Shoulder to shoulder: 22"
Arm length (from shoulder): 27.75"
Shoulder to bottom hem (measured in front): 28"
If you are not satisfied with your purchase, simply return it in its original condition, along with the original receipt to our store within 30 days for an exchange or refund. This policy does not apply to all items. Refunds will be given in the same tender as received for the purchase.
Items returned without a receipt will be given store credit.
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1. Measure Your Feet
You need a few things:
- A tape measure with measurements starting at the beginning of the tape, without a gap (ideally, a fabric tape measure).
- A wall (without moulding sticking out at the bottom)
- A box
Lay the tape out with the zero starting at the wall.
Step on the tape with your socks. Measure the longest part of your foot.
Place a box just at your toes, put your weight on the foot you are measuring, lean slightly forward, and give your toes a wiggle (if the box nudges forward a little that's fine!).
Gently move your foot off of the tape measure. Take note of the length to the nearest 16th of an inch or the nearest mm.
You are now ready to use our sizing calculator! Select your range in millimeters in the down menu menu below. If you have a size that is outside of the range listed below book an appointment so we can discuss what size is best for you.
IMPORTANT Notes about Fit
- Your skates will feel more snug than your street shoes! This gives you maximum performance and minimizes discomfort.
- Ideally, your toes will lightly brush the front of the skates when laced up. To get a true idea of fit, you need to lace up your skates. Lacing your skates pulls your heel back into the heel cup, and gives you a true idea of how much room you have in the toe box.
- Yes, your toes should really be touching the end of the toe box! This is to avoid the boots fitting too loose once broken in, and prevents blisters and discomfort in shins or calves. If you do not want a snug fit please adjust your size accordingly.
- This is intended as a guide and put together using the measurements from the manufactures. Unfortunately we can not guarantee the sizing, we highly recommend visiting a physical store to be sized in person to ensure the best fitting skate.
2. Select Your Brand and Size
Using the drop down menu below, please select the brand of skate or plate you are shopping for.
3. Shop For Skates!
Take note of your size, and start shopping!
If your size is out of range, please contact our customer service team for help finding your size.