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double breasted overcoat

  1. Thun242

    [SOLD] German pure cashmere double breasted trench coat overcoat XL

    I sell now a German loden men's camel brown double breasted pure cashmere coat. It has a classic elegant German Bavarian loden look, with ultra high quality materials and tailoring. On the frontside it has 2 deep pockets and 1 chest pocket, inside it has 2 deep pockets. You can fasten the coat...
  2. DutchW

    Price Drop - Ring Jacket Overcoat for Sale, 36/46R, Excellent Condition

    Beautiful Ring Jacket overcoat for sale, size 36/46R -Asking $950 shipped OBO -Like new, excellent condition. Very limited wear. This thing is incredible, I'll be sad to see it go. -Navy 140's melton wool -6x2 button stance -Horn buttons -Notched lapels -Flapped patch pockets, welted breast...
  3. M

    SOLD Freemans Sporting Club Double Breasted Revere Coat 38

    SOLD With the double breasted design and storm flap of a pea coat, and the length and weight of a great coat, this wool Revere coat by Freemans Sporting Club is how the smart man stays warm. Made using 100% deadstock English wool, and handmade and tailored in Brooklyn, New York by Martin...
  4. I

    Italian dark brown double breasted coat

    Selling an Italian double breasted 100% wool coat. Dark brown, hits just slightly above the knee (I'm 5'10) Gained some weight recently and is now too small, perfect for those who are thin. Shoulders fit anyone from a 36-38. Lightly worn, purchased about a year ago and has no flaws besides a...

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