Do you need a phone case or do you just need a Soopra Jacket?
Is that a Supra?.... Well
The A90 GR is arguably the most controversial Supra ever made, forgoing the standard A80 2jz engine whilst having the body work of what seems a Lexus and chassis of a BMW it still has revheads lining up for Toyota's latest toy.
You could say the A90 has come alone way from the A70, did Toyota make a mistake handing the drivetrain over to BMW? Coming all the way from 3.0ltr Turbocharged Straight 6 to a drastic change of... 3.0ltr Turbocharged Straight 6... But it must have power right? Definitely! In 1993 the A80 set off with a substantial 240kw (avg), almost 30 years later Toyota has released the A90 with a whopping.. 250kw (avg) ... hmm 4% more power?
OWNING A LOWERED VEHICLE MEANS I HAVE TO CHOOSE WISELY WITH MY JACKETS OR MY BELONGINGS MAY BE COMPROMISED.
Every time I sit down in my car, my phone constantly falls out of my jacket pocket, down the side of the seat or outside, I have fixed this once before with the Soopra Joggers V2
but if joggers weren't your thing then I needed another solution to fix the issue.
Other well known automotive apparel companies sell jackets similar to this, upon researching the MAXIMUM depth of the pockets I found was 5.8cm. You may think 5.8 isn't that bad until you realise that the average phone width is 7cm.
These jackets were solely designed just to give lowered car owners some deeper damn pockets. These pockets have an average depth of 14cm!!! (1-2mm leeway).
These pockets can hold; Phone, Keys, mask, sticky tape, banana, drink bottle, torch, half a picnic kabana, maybe a handgun if you swing that way but if you don't then a family size bag of m&n's/pods (only mars sorry no snickers pods allowed).
Lightly fleeced, definitely a summer nights jacket, driving with the windows down. Also perfect for autumn/spring.
Honourable mention to the extra wide and extra long sleeves, being an almost 6ft giantess with bingo wings, thanks Mum, having the ability to bend my arms and not pop any seams sounded almost like a fantasy. Normally I’d have to choose between having flattering fit or having blood flow to my biceps, thankfully no more, these jackets and hoodies are fat arm approved. Even sizing down still gives generous room to the upper arm region.
Over all the Supra was originally styled off of a Celica, Toyota's sister car to the Supra, the Supra model being only wider and longer. The Unlucky Sleeves are wider and longer than standard cropped hoodies/jackets. The wider fit of the chest allows for ladies with broad shoulders to buy and not worry about ripping out the back of it. The longer fit of the crop length allows room for bigger cup sizes.
This fabric is a higher quality fabric than the Range Rover, this stuff is also cheaper and custom made. The Logos will also last longer on these than on the Range Rover.
- There is a few loose threads on the inside of the zippers/waistbands/seams, not necessarily from the stitching holding something, more so it's actually just threads on a bench caught up in the sewing process. This minor quality issue has been brought up to my supplier and actions have been made for the future.
- These will loosen up any amount between 2-4cm on the chest and length with wear.
Key Features Jackets
- Deeper more practical pockets
- High quality fabric (lightly fleece lined)
- Wider chest fit for all those with broad shoulders
- Uhhh Deep pockets?
- Longer drawstrings with metal eyelets
- Longer sleeve length
- Wider sleeve width
- Wider cuff width
- Abstracting feature colour use on zippers/logos/strings
- Double lined hood
- Did I mention the deep pockets yet?
- 3 colours. Sommer Shadow (Rhys Sommer Black Supra Pictured), Deep Jewel (Sage green, Stock Supra Colour) and Pablo Purple (if you have enough money to paint your Supra this bright purple then I can only assume your last name is 'Escobar'
Kiarra smaller female, is a size 8/10 and 12F, she has room to spare in the size small.
Aimee, bigger female, is size 14/16 (hour glass) and is wearing a medium.
Rhys, smaller male 6'2, is wearing the XL which is good width but for the length he'd prefer a 2XL.
Riley, bigger male 6'4, is wearing a 4XL, he would've wanted a longer fit if there was 5XL or even 4XL with added length.
This design works best for hourglass and pear shaped bodies however if you're an apple shape or prefer an oversized fit then buy a size up.
Here is a tricky reference. I was a large in the Range Rover hoodies but I wear a medium in the Soopra Jacket BUT Rhys wears an XL in the Range Rover and then Prefers the 2XL Soopra jacket. (Wearing XL in the pictures here).
These jackets are closer to female sizing, but not female shaping, If you're a male and you like these then size up from your Range Rover. If you're a female then size down from your Range Rover.
Chest Measurements: This measurement is good to test with current jackets, choose a jacket that fits your chest well and measure armpit to armpit. Compare it to closest one of mine listed below.
Of course I had to include measurements for the arm holes, so my fellow bingo wingees can check this against their current jackets at home. This is measured at the widest point where the sleeve attaches to the chest portion.
Length is measured from the size tag down the back to the bottom of the cuff. or the seam where the hood connects to the back portion.
Am I an Apple or a Pear? Finding your body shape is really easy! When buying jeans do you find the legs are baggy and the waist/tummy is tight? You may be an apple shape. If you find that jeans are always tight on the thighs/hips/booty but loose on the waist then you may be a pear shape. If you find both are same same then you may be a square/straight size and you fit closer to the apple sizes. If you find it's all too loose then you're in the wrong size haha.
For Waist Band Measurements:
Apple / Square
For Waist Band Measurements:
Hourglass / Pear
Chest Sizing Measurements: (Armpit-Armpit)
Length Measurements:(Size tag down back to bottom of cuff)
Arm Hole (at shoulder, flat lay)