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Apolis Deck Jacket, sz. M, khaki

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by bimper, Oct 21, 2012.

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  1. bimper

    bimper Well-Known Member

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    Up for sale: great khaki deck jacket from Apolis, size M. Note that I had the sleeves shortened slightly at my tailor, so check the measurements below. I picked this up a few months back, but realize I've got a few too many jackets, and something's got to go. I wore it out only once, for perhaps two hours total--it's effectively brand new. It's got a cool military look, w/ peak lapels and epaulettes. All cotton. A great casual jacket that retails for $278. $110 shipped w/in Cont. US.

    More pics at the Apolis website:
    http://store.apolisglobal.com/outerwear/standard-issue-usn-deck-jacket/#khaki

    Description from the website:

    <<After deconstructing the design of the Army issued M41 jacket, we put it back together with some updated details. Although originally meant for the US Army, naval officers also wore the jacket on deck before their own uniform outerwear was issued. All American construction, peak lapels, a passport pocket & a map pocket give this jacket an edge over the rest, by land or by sea.>>

    pit to pit: 21"
    waist: 19"
    sleeve, from top of shoulder to sleeve hem: 23"
    shoulder to shoulder: 19"
    length, from bottom of collar along the back: 26.75"
     

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    dra Senior member

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    Any chance the sleeves can be let back out?
     


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    bimper Well-Known Member

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    Good question: I'll have to get a tailor's take on it though, as I'm no expert. I should have an answer by Sat, and I'll post it here.

    FWIW: my normal sleeve length on a casual jacket is 24" from the shoulder seam, give or take. On this one, the shoulder seam extends down below my shoulder a little bit, which I think partly explains the shorter sleeve alteration. The rest of the jacket fits me well--I'm 5'8 1/2", about 170 lbs, and with what I like to think are reasonably proportionate-length limbs.
     


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    Following up on the sleeve length: I checked with my tailor, and nope, it doesn't look like the sleeve length can be let out any.
     


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