Diamond Peak Aviator Jacket

Diamond Peak in Central Oregon is a slumbering shield volcano that rises to an elevation of nearly 9,000 feet. It last erupted 10,000 years ago, making it dormant, perhaps extinct. This pattern's peaks and valleys echo the landscape, part of the Pacific Crest Trail and ancestral territory of many Oregon tribes, including the Klamath, Modoc and Yahooskin peoples.

Diamond Peak Aviator Jacket Diamond Peak Aviator Jacket

Diamond Peak Aviator Jacket

Diamond Peak in Central Oregon is a slumbering shield volcano that rises to an elevation of nearly 9,000 feet. It last erupted 10,000 years ago, making it dormant, perhaps extinct. This pattern's peaks and valleys echo the landscape, part of the Pacific Crest Trail and ancestral territory of many Oregon tribes, including the Klamath, Modoc and Yahooskin peoples.

Size Guide

The cloaks come in 2 sizes. The STANDARD sizing is O/S. The O/S fits a body range from a size 2-12. Our sizing is based on length not value from the body. If you are shorter than 5’4 or 162 m we recommend ordering our P/S sizing. We also do custom sizing.

P/S measurements 27" long (center back), 27" long sleeves.
O/S measurements 29" long (center back), 29" long sleeves.

Please email info@lindseythornburg.com for any additional sizing questions.

For those under 5'4 we suggest ordering a size small and for those taller our standard one-size. Size small 27" long (center back), 27" long sleeves. One-size 29" long( center back), 29" long sleeves

US XS S S M M L
US 0 2 4 6 8 10
Bust 34" 35" 36" 37" 38.5" 40"
Waist 26" 27" 28" 29" 30.5" 32"
Hip 35.5" 36.5" 37.5" 38.5" 40" 41.5"
UK 4 6 8 10 12 14
IT 36 38 40 42 44 46
FR 34 36 38 40 42 44
AU 6 8 10 12 14 16
JP 5 7 9 11 13 15
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Our take on the aviator jacket. Model 5'9 and wears the OS size.

Unnapped Pendleton blankets: 82% Wool, 18% Cotton. Wool Cashmere facings and Silk Rayon peachskin lining.

Diamond Peak in Central Oregon is a slumbering shield volcano that rises to an elevation of nearly 9,000 feet. It last erupted 10,000 years ago, making it dormant, perhaps extinct. This pattern's peaks and valleys echo the landscape, part of the Pacific Crest Trail and ancestral territory of many Oregon tribes, including the Klamath, Modoc and Yahooskin peoples.