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Belstaff questions - Jcrew

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Jcrew currently has the Belstaff Roadmaster on sale, however the version they are selling is a "washed" variety. Obviously the washing is going to take the wax off the jacket. Would it be possible to buy this jacket and wax it myself to return the jacket to the quality and shine of the 600$ of the jacket?
 

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theres a thread for things like this somewhere...... let me look around..............
 

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Originally Posted by lmaozedong
theres a thread for things like this somewhere...... let me look around..............

Are you done looking?

Also I searched, its not really a specific jcrew question, nor is it a specific belstaff question. So you can answer it here and then let it die.
 

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as in Bob Uker? or is that spelled differently?

feeling very inquisitive tonight
 

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Originally Posted by Uker
Are you done looking?

Also I searched, its not really a specific jcrew question, nor is it a specific belstaff question. So you can answer it here and then let it die.

nope.... still looking..........
 

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which came first the belstaff or the jcrew?
 

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Originally Posted by Uker
Jcrew currently has the Belstaff Roadmaster on sale, however the version they are selling is a "washed" variety. Obviously the washing is going to take the wax off the jacket. Would it be possible to buy this jacket and wax it myself to return the jacket to the quality and shine of the 600$ of the jacket?

 

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I do not like the 'washed' version of the Roadmaster. I bought a few weeks ago from Matchesfashion a purple/blue summer Roadmaster and liked it very much, so I ordered a few days ago this one in dark red.

Apparently it's the 50s vintage model from A/W 2009, basically a shorter Roadmaster, available S, M and fits TTS.



Price is £268.00 minus 25% off with code LASTCHANCE minus VAT if outside UK
 

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