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BNWT Rag & Bone Wool Varsity Jacket Size M

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by DanTheLadiesMan, Jul 6, 2016.

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  1. DanTheLadiesMan

    DanTheLadiesMan Senior member

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    Up for sale, is a brand new unworn rag & bone charcoal/black wool varsity jacket in a size M. I purchased the jacket last fall but never got a chance to wear, since I've moved to the west coast. The jacket is very warm and comfortable, and will be perfect for the upcoming fall and winter seasons. The jacket fits slim with high armholes for a nice slim look. I'm a size medium in most brands (wings & horns, rag & bone) and the jacket fits great on me. For reference, I'm 6', 170 lbs with a 40 inch chest.

    The jacket retails for $795 and my price is $375 shipped within the continental USA. I will not be shipping outside of the USA due to cost.

    The jacket is made in the USA with the following details:
    Charcoal heather wool blend (65% wool, 35% nylon)
    Snap button front closure
    Ribbed collar
    Black RiRi zippers on the front
    100% bemberg quilted lining
    Hidden interior pocket for iphone and valuables

    Approximate measurements:
    Chest: 22.25 inches
    Shoulders: 18.25 inches
    Length (back of collar to hem): 27 inches
    Sleeve (taken from shoulder): 26 inches

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