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Engineered Garments classic Bedford jacket should be a staple in all good wardrobes. Made from a Dark grey 13oz Herringbone Wool fabric, this jacket features 4 front patch pockets, 4 removable buttons and a notched lapel made to be worn both down and fully buttoned up. 100% Wool. Made in the USA. Bought this 3 months ago and worn it sparingly. Selling it because it's slightly too big for me as I prefer a slim cut. Excellent condition, comes with extra...
Stephan Schnedier Wool Hooded Jacket (A/W 2014) Midnight blue and black color blocked 100% wool Made in Belgium Dry Clean Only Size 4 (Size Small) Purchased in 2015 from the Stephan Schneider Boutique Shop in Antwerp. Worn sparingly, in good condition. No stains, no holes. Minor pilling as shown in photo. Measurements chest width - 21.1" shoulders width - 18" sleeve length - 26" back length - 27.6" Retail Price: 595 euros Selling for $US350 $US320 Shipping to US, UK...
Thanks for the recommendations. I had a look at the Pedaled jackets and it looks like what I am after
Any cyclist here? What's a good jacket for cycling?
Not even one fit pic?
Anyone know what this jacket this is?
Anyone here ever bought shoes from COS? Just want some opinion of the quality? Saw some on sale for 50% off, look decent but don't know if they will fall apart after a few wears
Ok can we change the cover photo of the streetwear forum? I'm sick of seeing this white middle age dude..
I will be going to Bali and Java in January and was wondering what type of shoes I should bring? Planning to do some hiking and I will expect lots of rain and humidity. So I don't think big heavy boots would be ideal as it would be a bitch to carry and if they get wet, take a while to dry. So I was after some shoes recommendation e.g. decent beaters? I am travelling light (no checked in baggage) so I would like something lightweight and comfortable.
I will be going to Bali and Java in January and was wondering what type of shoes I should bring? Planning to do some hiking and I will expect lots of rain and humidity. I don't think big heavy boots would be ideal as it would be a bitch to carry and if they get wet, take a while to dry. And they will get dirty so not looking for anything expensive...just a decent beater. Also I am travelling light (no checked in baggage) so I would like something lightweight and comfortable.
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