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ENGINEERED GARMENTS, HEAD PORTER PLUS, HELLER'S CAFE, WAREHOUSE, DANA LEE

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by grooveholmes, Apr 6, 2015.

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  1. grooveholmes

    grooveholmes Well-Known Member

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    Feel free to PM me w/ reasonable offers or questions. As a caveat, lowball offers will be ignored. Shipping in the continental US: FREE (Easily a $10 value). I ship via USPS Priority Mail w/ tracking to ensure peace of mind. Insurance can be added, but at cost to buyer. Here's the quick list of items I have for sale-- scroll for measurements and details.

    1) Head Porter Plus Varsity Jacket. Tagged XL, but fits L (see measurements). $425 (Retail: $900+)
    2) Engineered Garments Wool Camo Bedford Jacket, Navy, size M. $325 (Retail: $500+) SOLD
    3) Kapital Indigo Egyptian Twill M-65 Jacket, size 4 (M/L). $350 (Retail: $861) SOLD
    4) Engineered Garments Lafayette Wool Navy/Black Stripe Pants, Size S (32/33) $245 (Retail: $384)
    5) Warehouse Peanuts/Snoopy T-Shirt, Navy, size M (fits S). $40 (Retail: $60)
    6) Dana Lee Pocket Tee, Yellow, size S. $40 (Retail: $55)

    1) Head Porter Plus Varsity Jacket. Retailed for $900+. Slick jacket constructed with a wool blend shell, featuring a full stud placket, contrasting leather sleeves and leather-trimmed welt pockets.

    90% Wool / 10% Nylon Blend

    P2P: 22.5
    Back: 26
    Shoulder: 18.5
    Sleeve (shoulder-to-cuff): 26.5
    P2Cuff: 21.5

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    2) Bedford jacket in a tonal navy and grey patterned camouflage, made w/ 94% custom Woolrich wool and 6% nylon. SOLD

    P2P: 21
    Shoulder: 18.5
    Length: 27.5
    P2Cuff: 18.75

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    3) Kapital Indigo Egyptian Twill M-65 Jacket. Worn sparingly and is in excellent condition. I love this jacket, but I've not had many occasions to wear it b/c I have too many jackets in the rotation. Google this jacket for more info and pics. It's a work of art. SOLD

    P2P: 21.5
    Shoulder: 19.5
    Length: 30.5
    P2Cuff: 19.75


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    3) Heller's Cafe by Warehouse x J.Crew Lion Pant Mastered. Memphis cotton. From Larry McKaughan's personal archive and designed by Warehouse, these are based on a pair of 1920s blues from the now-defunct workwear label Lion brand. Finished with details typical of WWI-era U.S. Army pants, these sport single-needle stitching, two back pockets and a hand-finished master wash.

    Waist: 16.5
    Inseam: 32.25
    Leg Opening: 8.5

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    4) EG Wool Stripe Lafayette Pants. Excellent condition, like brand new with absolutely no piling or signs of wear. From the FW13 collection. Ordered these directly from Nepenthes for $384. Work exactly 2 times and packed away-- just couldn't fit into them as well as I'd have liked.

    Waist: 16.75 (drawstring)
    Inseam: 30
    Leg Opening: 6

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    5) Warehouse Peanuts Tee. Great tee, but I sized incorrectly, since it fits small.

    P2P: 19.25
    Shoulder: 17.5
    Length: 23.5

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    6) Dana Lee Yellow Pocket Tee.

    P2P: 20.5
    Shoulder: 17
    Length: 25.75

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