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Double RL "Murray" Reversible Jacket Size Small NWT

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by spauldingsmails, Jul 19, 2016.

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    This Double RL "Murray" reversible jacket is a rugged jacket based on a vintage 1940s style. The brown side is made with a cotton/canvas and the camouflage side is made with cotton/nylon blend printed in Italy. A chain-stitched Indian chief motif is prominently displayed on the front of the jacket. Original retail at RRL $595. This jacket is very hard to find in a size small because of high demand in Japan. Gear up for Fall - this jacket is perfect and NWT.

    Other details include:
    • RRL logo snap buttons.
    • Rib-knit cotton trim at the sleeves and hemline.
    • Prewashed for an authentic ranch-worn look and feel.

    Measurements:
    • Chest: 20" (50.8 cm) as measured across from armpit to armpit.
    • Shoulders: 17" (43.18 cm) as measured across
    • Sleeves: 23" (58.42 cm) as measured from the shoulder seam.
    • Length: 24" (60.96 cm) as measured from the back of the collar to the hemline,

    Domestic shipping - $12 anywhere in the USA via USPS Priority mail
    International shipping - $25 anywhere in the world.

    Thanks!
     

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