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1940s-50s Windward Gabardine Bomber Jacket with Sheep Mouton Collar, very rare, size 38

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by guygardner, Jun 16, 2012.

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  1. guygardner

    guygardner Senior member

    Feb 19, 2010
    Very rare Windward wool gabardine bomber jacket from 1940s or 50s. Jacket has real sheepskin shearling mouton collar! Jacket has warm red quilted lining, in good shape. Old Conmar zippers in excellent shape and still fully functional. Storm cuffs are a little ragged (see photos), and jacket has a very small tear above one of the handwarmer pockets, as well as a very small hole in the back upper shoulder (see photos). There is also some faint stains on the lower part of the jacket and sleeve (see photos), which would probably come out with a good dry-cleaning. All-in-all, not bad for a jacket around 60-70 years old. You won't see another like this one anywhere. The model is 5'7 and has a size 38 chest. The jacket Fits like a size 38, but see measurements:

    Shoulder to shoulder: 18 1/2 inches
    Across chest, from pit to pit: 20 1/2 inches
    Sleeves, from shoulder to cuff: 24 inches
    Length from back bottom of collar to hem: 24 inches

    Shipping is:
    $16 in Canada
    $21 in USA

    Please contact me for shipping price if you live outside of this region as I ship worldwide.

    Click here for more details including photos.
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