Affordable: Express Men (Minus The) Leather Line ($110)
High-end: Forge Leather Jacket from All Saints ($500)
Guys like Johnson, who was a defensive linemen for the University of Miami and a pro wrestler, usually have a few Xs before the L, so they have no problem filling out their clothes. You, on the other hand, need to be more careful. For starters, the sleeves should end where your hands turns into your wrists, and you should avoid the mistake most guys make of buying jackets that are too big for them; baggy outerwear dwarfs shorter men and make anyone look sloppy. When you shop, dress however you would typically dress while wearing the jacket — if you often wear layers, that could determine what size you pick.