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Barbour Down-Filled Waxed Gillet - Medium (~38-40 in) - Olive - BNWT

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by aboutdesouffle, Oct 31, 2011.

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    aboutdesouffle Active Member

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    For sale is a brand new with tags Barbour Down-Filled Waxed Gillet. The size is medium and would fit folks in the 38-40 range, and the color is 'olive'.

    This shit is waterproof (waxed!) and quite warm (real duck down). Also it'll pack down small too for transport while hiking, hunting etc.

    I'm really into the details on this, the handwarmers and zippers have so much swag.

    It's but a bit to big for me, I'm more of a 36 or 37.

    From jcrew:
    "Our favorite British classic, this ready-for-anything waxed vest is still made by the original company that practically invented weatherproof back in 1894. Made from lightweight 4-ounce Barbour antiqued waxed cotton and insulated in luxurious duckdown for extra warmth. Two-way zip closure with storm flap. Patch pockets, handwarmer pockets. Fully lined. A Collector's Item. Import. Spot clean."

    Better pics and measurements tonight, though it is this: http://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/...pany/PRDOVR~49301/49301.jsp?srcCode=GGBS00002

    Regular shipping included to Cont US. Add 7 for priority, contact me regarding international shipping.


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