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I have the brown lambskin, its pretty dope.
http://johncoppidge.tumblr.com/ http://johncoppidge.tumblr.com/availableproducts All you need, located in Seoul... but first, if by "your mid-section is rather large" you mean, you could be in better shape. I would suggest putting some effort towards that venture before acquiring a jacket.
The Oscar is the best looking last Carmina makes IMO
I personally prefer option 1. The style is more common and certainly classic. I also feel it looks more professional. My best recommendation for you is to get one of the loro piana storm system models from Brooks Brothers. The storm system performs fantastically in the snow and rain, couldn't ask for better. They come in both "short" and "long"...
I can also vouch my cashmere blend sweaters have not suffered the same moth damage as my merino wool. The most effective moth treatment I have found is not to cram it away in a dark closet, hang it on your closet door or somewhere in the light. Moths do not like this. Also, shake it out when you are done wearing it. A breathable suit/garment bag is also effective, The Hanger Project sells great...
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Idk about Hathorne, but I did this for my semi-dress.
I haven't had any issues with backpack straps, although I could see it wearing on the leather if done continuously. I admit I have started to avoid wearing my jacket with my backpack.
Pretty sure it is, but based on:It is not recommended.
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