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Outerwear blowout TOJ T1 left ~52

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by leeba, Apr 15, 2016.

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  1. leeba

    leeba Well-Known Member

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    big reductions on remaining stuff 7/22


    WHAT'S LEFT:

    ToJ T1 Lamb Suede Medium Grey ~52 - $415 compared to $850 new
    Measurements:
    Pit to pit: 24"
    Bottom side to side (waist): 21"
    Sleeve: 27"
    Shoulder to shoulder: 18.75"
    Back Length: 26.5"

    Worn ~10 times, great condition, legendary ToJ item/pattern it's just nice man

    Dries Van Noten Garbadine Navy Wool Twill Coat - 48 - (fits 48-slim50) - $265
    Measurements:
    shoulders - 18"
    chest - 21.5"
    back length - 40"
    sleeve length - 26.5" (roughly, they're not perfectly straight)
    -white collar detail
    -amazing, hefty wool twill (heavy) that is super soft and yet dry at the same time. so not insanely fuzzy. this means it wears very well, is fairly wrinkle resistant, and drapes better (imo) than your normal melton-y fuzzy wool coats
    http://www.styleforum.net/t/524497/dries-van-noten-garbadine-wool-twill-coat-48-48-50-drop


    Marni black/light heather grey Check Waffle Weave Virgin Wool Coat $265 BNWT - 52 (xl)
    -super nice tailoring, the shoulders lay really well on this
    -new with tags
    -retail over $1.2k
    shoulders - 20"
    chest - 24"
    back length - 37.5"
    sleeve length - 27.5"
    http://www.styleforum.net/t/524495/marni-waffle-weave-classic-coat-52-l-xl-drop




    SOLD:


    Thom Browne Wool/Cashmere Parka - M - (fits M-L) - $575(!)
    -90/10 Wool/Cashmere mix, classic grey collar, full cotton lining, made in NY
    -9.5/10 condition
    -dumb retail over $2k


    Marni Checked Waffle Virgin Wool Classic Coat - 52 - (fits L-XL) - $265
    -super nice tailoring, the shoulders lay really well on this
    -new with tags
    -retail over $1.2k


    Helmut Lang Silk Light Jacket/Blouson - 50 - $115
    -100% silk, OG Helmut Lang, zip shirts/jackets are hot
    -fits nice and boxy, trucker details on front instead of back are nice touch


    CP Company Shetland Tweed Bonded Fishtail Parka - 54 - (fits XL or 52-54) - $400
    -grail-worthy drool-worthy bonded wool fishtail parka that moves with you and is fully weatherproof, insanely nice/impressive and I'd love a 50 or maybe a 52.
    -new with tags
    -retail over $1k


    Patrik Ervell Deep Teal Mechanics Jacket - XL - (fits 48-50) - $250
    -stupid nice Maharam textile and 100% sexy quilted cupro lining, this is easily "worth" the $650 retail. I instakopped at Maas & Stacks - color is insanely nice and probably won't be made again. Just too damn tight for me through the back.
    -new with tags


    Wings + Horns Tartan Fishtail Parka - L - (fits 48-50) - $250
    -from FW2012/13 (I think) but material ages well. Not worn especially heavily, but it basically looks almost the same as when I bought it. Durability and ability to still "look good/new" is super impressive on this. Oh and the tonal tartan pattern is great.


    Tomorroworld Doublefaced Wool Duffle - L (fits 50-52) - $250
    -Retail over $1k
    -very nice slightly oversized duffle that hangs and drapes beautifully - perfect for layering



    Stone Island Shadow Project (aka Acronym-designed) Long Primaloft Padded Coat - XL - (fits M-XL) - $550
    -badass, wear it with the collar flipped up (it's small so this doesn't look obnoxious) or with a turtleneck and the collar down. quilting and patterning is great, moves with you as you'd expect
    -sizing is flexible and should be based more on height and natural frame size than anything
    -new with tags



    Dries Van Noten Garbadine Navy Wool Twill Coat - 48 - (fits 50) - $265
    Measurements:
    shoulders - 18"
    chest - 21.5"
    back length - 40"
    sleeve length - 26.5" (roughly, they're not perfectly straight)
    -white collar detail
    -amazing, hefty wool twill (heavy) that is super soft and yet dry at the same time. so not insanely fuzzy. this means it wears very well, is fairly wrinkle resistant, and drapes better (imo) than your normal melton-y fuzzy wool coats

    http://www.styleforum.net/t/524497/dries-van-noten-garbadine-wool-twill-coat-48-48-50-drop


    Marni black/light heather grey Check Waffle Weave Virgin Wool Coat $265 BNWT - 52
    -super nice tailoring, the shoulders lay really well on this
    -new with tags
    -retail over $1.2k

    shoulders - 20"
    chest - 24"
    back length - 37.5"
    sleeve length - 27.5"
    http://www.styleforum.net/t/524495/marni-waffle-weave-classic-coat-52-l-xl-drop


    ToJ T1 Lamb Suede Medium Grey ~52 - $450
    Measurements:
    Pit to pit: 24"
    Bottom side to side (waist): 21"
    Sleeve: 27"
    Shoulder to shoulder: 18.75"
    Back Length: 26.5"


    Stephan Schneider Merino Coat - Grey - 6 - (fits L-XL) - $360
    -you already know, frozen waves brought to life. grey/navy stripe with subtle blue lines in certain light. 100% wool hefty and solid/soft, nicer than many other versions - blows the other merino I handled (charcoal nailhead) out of the water
    -sleeves shortened to fit someone 5'10-6'1ish, I believe there's some (1-1.5") to let out



    Will add more info (pics, measurements) later or you can just PM me.
     
    Last edited: Jul 28, 2016
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