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00.jpg RARE - Johnson Motors - The Idyllwild wax canvas storm jacket (2015)
Based on WWII Alpine Snow Patrol military-issue cold weather gear.

This investment piece is made from heavy American waxed canvas. Shower-proof with double storm flap front closure. In high-visibility orange, perfect for those dark days and nights of winter riding, hiking and everyday use. Adjustable sleeve straps, pen pockets, torchlight (flashlight) strap. With triple-buttoned storm flap waterproof pockets. Adjustable waist with a traditional tie-cord. Lined sleeves and upper-body in our signature blue plaid. Lined Hood with pull-tie adjustable closure to keep out the drafts. Military spec melamine buttons.

100% Cotton

Size - M (measurements on the last photo)
Made in USA
Perfect condition 9/10 (slightly dirty)
Retail price: 450$
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