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Dries Van Noten corduroy blazer 42R

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by tkte3tu, Jul 20, 2011.

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  1. tkte3tu

    tkte3tu Senior member

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    Used, but excellent condition Dries corduroy blazer. Bought this off eBay but it's way too big for me. There is a small (~1") tear in the lining at the armpit, right along the seam; this should be easily fixable by your local tailor.

    Shoulder (straight across back): 17.5"
    P2P: 21.5"
    Sleeve: 26"
    Length: 30"

    Asking $100 shipped CONUS; please contact me for shipping to elsewhere.
     
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    Can you get a shot of the inside?

    I'm interested in the seam down the back, to see whether it is alterable.

    Nice jacket, by the way.
     
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    These iPhone pictures are phenomenally bad, but here they are nonetheless. If you have any other specific areas you'd like to see, I can take some additional iPhone closeups (for what they're worth). Thanks for the interest!

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    Thanks for the photos, they are great.

    The lining hides what I need to know, alas.

    The question is whether the back seam has extra material in it. It'd be two flaps of material
    that you probably could feel through the lining.

    You might be familiar with it?
     
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    Sorry for the delay--yes, unfortunately, the amount of material on the seam is very small (maybe 1/4" - 1/2" based on the feel of it), so it might be difficult to let out.

    Let me know if there's anything else I can do to help.
     
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    Thanks for the help. I think I'll have to pass; shame, it is a very nice jacket.
     
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