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Dries Van Noten Garbadine Wool Twill Coat - 48 - (48-50) DROP

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by leeba, Jun 8, 2016.

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  1. leeba

    leeba Senior member

    Oct 1, 2012
    crazy price drop 7/21

    Retail over $2K.
    Insanely nice, heavy (thick + substantial dry wool) wool coat. The navy wool twill is the nicest material I've felt for a coat, it drapes much better than normal melton/fuzzy wool coats. Classic dries shoulders, cut slim but not overly so - it flows. Simultaneously hefty yet drapes/hangs perfectly thanks to the material being unique. Soft and pleasant hand but not fuzzy - it's a tight weave and definitely not your normal melton material.
    shoulders - 18"
    chest - 21.5"
    back length - 40"
    sleeve length - 26.5" (roughly, they're not perfectly straight)
    This fits TTS to a 48 but might be able to work for a 50.
    I'm 5'10 185 and a 50-52 and this was too small for me (that's not me in the picture). I bought this off grailed so no original links, but despite the minor issues this is the nicest coat I've handled (by far. Hefty wool garbadine is gorgeous, collar detail is nice and done well. Drape and shape are great.
    A couple stains pictured and what looks to be a repair (thanks last seller for not mentioning any of this). Price reflects this. Last seller said it was pristine - it's not at the moment, but a trip to the dry cleaner's should have this looking fresh/like new minus the fairly unnoticeable repair. A touch for too tight for me, otherwise would absolutely not sell. Still might try and get this tailored to fit so hop on it while you can.
    Last edited: Jul 21, 2016
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