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03/03 DROP NWOT Banana Republic tailored fit (42S) brown herringbone, tweed sport coat

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by dalsauks, Nov 12, 2013.

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  1. dalsauks

    dalsauks Senior member

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    I purchased this brand new with tags, but had my proxy remove the tags for shipping.

    It has never been worn. I am only selling it because it is to short for me (I thought I had purchased a regular; I was wrong).

    This is a wonderful jacket, and easily the most impressive offering I have seen from Banana Republic (very soft shoulder construction, reasonably high arm holes, fantastic, 100% wool fabric).

    This is from the "Tailored Fit" line, so the sizing is actually closer to a 40S (see measurements).
    - I am also open to trades (ties, shoes, other sport coats).


    Asking: $120 --> $100 --> $90 --> $75 (includes worldwide shipping).


    Measurements:

    Chest (pit to pit): 21"
    Waist (across top button): 19.5"
    Shoulders: 18"
    Sleeves: 24.5" (1" to let)
    Length (BOC): 28"

    Features:

    - 100% wool brown herringbone fabric.
    - very soft shoulders (almost natural).
    - 2-button front.
    - Dual rear vents.
    - hip patch pockets.
    - Functioning sleeves.

    Please PM with any questions.
     

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  2. Zimm44

    Zimm44 New Member

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    I dig the pockets. Definitely looks like BR's best stuff.
     
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