- Oct 5, 2004
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Clearing out some things that I'm not using. All prices include US shipping. Contact me for overseas shipping. First up: NWT Baracuta G9 in claret, or dark red, size 40. Look like j! I bought this here on the forum from Mr. Charles about a month ago decided it wasn't for me after I got a couple of other jackets from Secret Service in LA over the weekend. He advertised this as a deadstock vintage cut model. The tags indicate that it originally came from Ben Silver asking what I paid - SOLD. Engineered Garments ripstop trench coat, size M. I bought this from Timbopete and wore it maybe twice. It's in mint condition. The fabric is a cotton canvas ripstop - not waterproof but is will protect you from a light drizzle. I believe the original retail was around $400, asking SOLD. Measurements: Armpit-armpit = 22" Body width at bottom = 23 1/2" Shoulder-shoulder = 19" Sleeve Length = 26" Length from base of back collar to bottom = 35 1/2" Sutor Mantellassi loafers with the phantom stitch in mid-brown, size 9.5D/42.5. Worn perhaps 10 times, still in excellent condition. Fit is true to size. Original shoe bag included, trees not included, $160. - SOLD Richard James loafers. The forum consensus on these when I bought them was that they are made by Crockett & Jones and the channeled soles point to handgrade standards, though it could be a hybrid thing like some of the Polo shoes. These are in black suede and are marked size 8.5E UK and I would say that they fit about a US 9.25. They are a bit snug for my 9.5 feet and thus I've worn them only twice before deciding to give up on them. You can see in the pictures that they are barely worn. Despite the fact that they are in the oddball black suede, I really like the shape and design. A bit moddish in the Paul Weller way, and I think the black suede is appropriate for that vibe. Asking $100.Trovata corduroy jacket from a few seasons ago. Purchased from a downtown sample sale (it's marked "sample" on the lining). The size is not marked but I believe it's a Medium. See measurements below. 3 button blazer with double vents and working cuff buttons. Tweed lining under the collar, no padding, ticket pocket, tweed inside chest pocket. I removed the front metal buttons and the painted sleeve buttons and replaced them with horn. I thought the originals looked too feminine and fussy. Note that there is some damage from my bungled removal of sleeve buttons (see photos). This isn't visible when the cuffs are buttoned so it shouldn't matter. The jacket is rumpled from storage but it's very soft and unstructured anyways so it tends in that direction. Lots of cool details, asking $60. SOLD Measurements: Shoulder: 18.5" Chest (pit to pit): 21.5" Sleeve: 27" Total length from bottom of collar: 29"