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FOR TRADE or Sale: Schott X Restoration Hardware Brown Cafe Racer L for an XL

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by Bruce Kent, May 8, 2016.

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  1. Bruce Kent

    Bruce Kent Active Member

    Jun 26, 2014
    I know it's a long shot, but I scored a brown Restoration Hardware Cafe Racer in a LARGE and was hoping it would fit. It does, but I think an XL would be perfect. I am hoping someone here has an XL and would prefer a large?!?! Condition on the jacket is good. Has worn in look to it. I have never owned this jacket new, so I do not know if that is because it was actually "worn in" or if that's how it was sold off the rack. One thing to note is the area right above the left elbow. There is considerably more wear there than the rest of the jacket. I tried to take a picture of it as best I could. Seller did not mention that and took way to long to find this jacket for me to complain and return it.

    Here are the measurements. Please keep in mind that I am not a tailor and these were taken to the best of my ability while the jacket was zipped up and laying flat as pictured (pictures were taken with an iPhone in natural light as apposed to first pictures taken with kitchen lights at night):

    Pit to Pit: 22 inches

    back length from collar seam to end of jacket NOT including collar: about 25.5 inches (could be stretched to 26)

    Sleeve length from should seam to end of sleeve: 26 inches

    shoulder seam to shoulder seam: 18 inches

    Thank you!

    Last edited: May 9, 2016
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