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DROP! GORGEOUS Golden Bear leather jacket, Made in San Francisco and cut like a Barbour Border/Half

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by tweedydon, Feb 16, 2013.

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    This is wonderful! Cut from wonderfully soft yet durable mocha brown leather, this gorgeous jacket has the appearance of a Barbour Border at the front, with two lower bellows pockets and two slash handwarmer pockets. The flaps of the pockets are lined in complementary leather of teh same color as the collar. This jacket also features a bi-swing back and a half belt, similar to a half-Norfolk. The cuffs are fastened with buttons and are adjustable. The jacket is fully lined with a thinsulate tartan lining for warmth. The right-hand pocket flap has a mini-pocket built in--I assume for your iPod! This jacket really is packed with lovely details!

    This was made in San Franciso, USA! Apart from a minor nick to the surface of the collar, and a small dark brown scuff near the hem on the back, this is in absolutely excellent condition.

    A wonderfully luxurious jacket made by one of the most reputable US leather companies, this is a steal at just $65 > 55 > 50, OR OFFER, boxed and shipped in the CONUS!

    Tagged a M, this measures

    Chest: 22
    Sleeve: 24
    Shoulder: 21
    Length (BOC): 32 1/4

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