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For Sale:
NWT Isaora PrimaLoft Tech Insulated Shirt Jacket/Overshirt, size Small

Will Ship To: US & Canada

Sold.

 

Isaora said: "Made in New York City, version 3.0 of our signature insulated button down shirt boasts even warmer insulation and softer lining . Wind resistant and wicked warm, this slim-fit, washed Japanese cotton insulated shirt lined with 40g PrimaLoft® ONE fill is entirely hand quilted. Insulated with technology that was originally developed for the United States Army, PrimaLoft ONE is the warmest, softest, lightest, driest, most breathable, most compressible synthetic fill ever made."

 

Slim fit. Black & red plaid pattern all over. Lightweight PrimaLoft lining through body and sleeves. Button closure, two flap pockets, 2-button cuffs, side hem vents. Lightly crinkled fabric. 100% cotton outer, 100% polyester lining.

Retail price was $319. From the FW11 season.

New with tags, only tried on briefly. Too small for me unfortunately. Please consider my notes regarding the fit and let me know if you'd like any additional info.

Approximate measurements
Across shoulders - 17.75"
Across chest, 1" below pit seams - 19.5"
Sleeve length from shoulder - 27.5"
Sleeve width midway - 6.5"
Total length from top of back collar - 30.75"
May fit a bit slimmer than it measures due to the lining.

For reference I'm 5'11"/135 lbs/37ish chest. I'm usually a Small in outerwear, but this is too snug around the upper chest and shoulders. Sleeves are long and *slim*; I couldn't roll them up past my forearm.
I'd imagine the fit would be ideal on a dude around my height or taller with a slimmer frame or if you typically take an XS.

Price includes shipping/fees to US & Canada.
No other international shipping.

Will ship with Delivery Confirmation. I'll send you the number so you can track it.

I'm selling here for the first time, but I've been on ebay 7+ years. Just ask if you want to see my feedback.

Feel free to PM with any further questions.


Edited by charcoal - 2/19/13 at 11:46am