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EBAY [2 Days Left] - DEHEN 1920 Varsity Jacket - Sample (Large)

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by grizzlyman, Oct 3, 2016.

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    2 days left on the eBAY auction - no reserve:
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Dehen-1920-...781752?hash=item3f6bef41f8:g:6IUAAOSwLnBX6~t~

    Dehen 1920 Varsity Jacket - Green/Cream, Sample Style - Made In USA
    Size: Large
    Condition: Unworn/MINT but with dust marks on sleeves from Dehen storage and packing - I did not mind nor did I want to take a risk with the super smooth leather being destroyed by a hasty dry cleaner. No rips/stains/tears/holes.
    Price: $300 shipped (US)

    I actually bought this directly from the Dehen folks when in town for Pop-Up Flea NYC – it was a sample jacket that they had not treated with patches/embroidery, quite rare especially in the colorway (Forest Green/Cream with Gold accents). Made in the Portland, Oregon (USA).

    Actual Measurements:
    Armpit-to-Armpit: 22.25"
    Sleeve (Armpit-to-Cuff): 20.5"
    Length (Rear Neckline-to-Bottom): 28.5"

    *Fits true to size (though definitely slim compared to traditional letterman jackets)*

    Purchased in 2011

    Details:
    -100% Pendleton melton wool body, 24 ounce
    -100% premium American bison leather sleeves, pocket welts, and locker loop
    -100% worsted wool trim
    -roll collar
    -diamond quilted Lining
    -internal patch pocket
    -heavy-duty snap front closure
    -MADE IN USA


    ****For Int'l buyers, shipping fee is negotiable.
     

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