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BNWT CHIMALA Gabardine Macintosh Trench Coat Small

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by uclazn, Jun 6, 2016.

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  1. uclazn

    uclazn Member

    Dec 25, 2013
    Brand new with tags. $550 MSRP

    Size Small

    Japanese heritage brand Chimala handcrafts its elevated staples in designer Mr Noriko Machida's workshop. This long-length coat is cut from hardy cotton-gabardine and lined with a combination of soft terry and plaid poplin. Wear it with a scarf, adjusting the button-fastening cuff tabs to keep the chill at bay.

    -Made in Japan.
    All measurements are APPROXIMATE, pits to pit: 23", sleeves: 24-26" (hard to determine shoulder on raglan sleeve), length: 40"
    This beautiful autumn overcoat is made of a mid-weight cotton gabarine fabric with a brushed cotton-blend lining at the torso and tartan polyester lining at the leg, and features a point collar, a raglan sleeve construction and a straight fit.
    -100% cotton outer.
    -97% cotton, 3% polyurethane top lining.
    -100% polyester bottom lining.
    -Point collar with single button closure.
    -Hidden buttoned front placket.
    -Raglan sleeve construction.
    -Welt warmer pockets at the waist.
    -Two interior welt pockets.
    -Single buttoned vent at the center back hem.
    -Straight fit.​
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