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Dropped: David Reeves Tailor 38R/L Wool Navy Sport Coat

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by Yorker, Mar 25, 2016.

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  1. Yorker

    Yorker Senior Member

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    David Reeves Solid Navy Wool Sport Coat. No tag, but fits similar to 38 / 40 R/L. Please check measurements!

    285 $185 $125 100 75


    Shoulder (seam to seam across back): 18
    Chest (pit to pit): 20
    Waist (across slimmest point): 18
    Length (from bottom of collar): 30
    Sleeve length (shoulder seam to end of cuff): 26
     

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    Hey Yorker, couple of questions
    How would you describe the weight of the jacket (Summer, Winter, 4 Seasons)? Does it have full or partial lining? Is the jacket fused, half-canvass, or full canvass? Where was the jacket made and when was it purchased?
    Thanks and have a great day
    Caleb
     
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    Full lining, winter weight. Seems to be half or full canvas. Not the original owner, but I think it was made in NYC.
     


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