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BNWT Eidos Grey Wool Overcoat Size 50R (fits tipo 48R)

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by DanTheLadiesMan, Dec 29, 2015.

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  1. DanTheLadiesMan

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    Up for sale, is a beautiful brand new with tags Eidos grey wool overcoat from F/W 2014. The coat is brand new and has never been worn. In fact, the basted stitching is still attached. Please note that I had my tailor sew the buttons onto the sleeve (as shown below), however, the buttons can be easily removed and resewn if you plan to adjust the sleeve length.

    The coat fits slim and will fit someone who normally wears a size 48R in the tipo fit. For reference, I'm 6', 170 lbs, and wear a 48R in the Eidos tipo fit and the overcoat fits me perfectly.

    The coat is unlined in body but lined in sleeves. Style is 3 roll 2.

    I'm selling the jacket since I recently moved to the West Coast and haven't had the opportunity to wear it.

    Retails for $1495.00, however my price is $650 shipped within the continental USA. No offers please as I paid $800 for the coat and am selling at a steal price.

    Thanks for your interest.

    Measurements:
    Shoulders: Just over 17.5 inches
    Chest: 21 inches
    Sleeve Length (from Shoulder seam): 25.5 in
    Length: 37 inch

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