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Dries Van Noten wool moto size large

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NOTE THE BROKEN SNAP ON THE RIGHT EPAULETS, it looks fine from the outside, stitched together and cannot see the threads from the top,

not worn often, just someone grabbed my shoulder and ripped the thing right off. TO CLARIFY, it's the metal part of the female snap that broke off, the fabric did not even start to rip. Yes you read that correctly, the metal broke before the fabric even started to tear. I lost part of the snaps but I've sewn the epaulet back down no problem. I am selling because I have gotten too large for this jacket.

look at the pictures

features
shoulder gussets (not clear in the pics) for range of movement,
riri zips, those chest zip are functional with hidden pockets
paneled collar, sleeves, and chest
the bottom is stretchy but they do not contract enough to bunch up and sit on your butt, leads me to believe it's for design purposes only

very comfortable jacket because the fabric has some stretch to it, I don't know how to describe the fabric so I tried to take a close up picture of it

Colour is a VERY dark blue

Price includes shipping to Canada and US

Shoulder: 18”
P2p: 22”
Back length from bottom of collar: 24.5”
Sleeve length: 26.5”

price drop $480 -> $440
 

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