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TOJ UMDR, Black Lamb, sz 46/47 with 48/49 lengths

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by istasi, Jul 2, 2012.

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  1. istasi

    istasi Well-Known Member

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    Hate to do this because it's such an awesome jacket, but I realized that it isn't quite what I want out of a leather and I won't wear it enough to justify owning it. Temple of Jawnz (TOJ) ultra-minimalist double rider in supple black lamb. No lapel hardware or pocket zips. TOJ is no longer taking orders, and very few of this type of jacket were made, so this might be your only chance to grab one. Super clean. Button cuffs. Gunmetal hardware. Only worn about 5 times. I'll let the jacket speak for itself. Will be perfect for someone with a ~37" chest and between 5'9" and 6'2"

    Measurements:
    shoulders 17.3
    chest (p2p) 20.2
    midsection 18.3
    waist 18.5
    body length, front 23.1
    body length, back 25.5
    sleeve length, from shoulder 24.5
    sleeve width @ pit 7.0
    sleeve width @ elbow 6.2
    sleeve width @ cuff 5.5

    PM me with any further questions.

    $615 $590 shipped within the US. Also willing to trade + pay for a Rick leather (that fits an S), or trade for Rick boots (42).
     
    Last edited: Jul 10, 2012
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