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DROP! Staple Faconnable Wool (Weather Treated) Navy Car Coat, Large

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by GothamRed, Dec 29, 2012.

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  1. GothamRed

    GothamRed Well-Known Member

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    Faconnable Weather Treated Wool Car Coat
    Tagged Large
    100% Wool Storm System-esque Fabric
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    Gently worn less than 10 times since purchase at retail from Nordstrom, just need to free up room in my closet for some new acquisitions and I never, ever wear this beauty.

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    Listing at just $ OBO, shipped (CONUS, int'l please contact me), which is far less than retail. PayPal only please, unless in NYC in which case a CASH ONLY meetup is preferred, anywhere in Manhattan south of Central Park.

    P2P: 24"
    Sleeve: 26"
    BoC: 40"
    Shoulder: 20"


     
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  2. Ebonyman

    Ebonyman Well-Known Member

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    How heavy/warm would you say this coat is?
     
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    GothamRed Well-Known Member

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    Medium weight, but pretty much impenetrable to wind. Nice and warm, has a slight fill to it for warmth (but nothing bulky or noticeable even).
     
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