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Epaulet Eisenhower Jacket - Navy Melton Wool (Medium)

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by Dbear, Oct 28, 2012.

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  1. Dbear

    Dbear Distinguished Member

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    Epaulet Eisenhower Jacket - Navy Melton Wool (Medium)

    Seriously awesome jacket from Epaulet. One of my favorites. I've actually re-ordered this in a large. It's 9.5/10 condition. I can't give it a 10/10 just because I wore it twice. The second time, I confirmed that a larger size would be a better fit. My loss is your gain, as it's 15% 20% 25% off and basically in mint condition.

    See this link for all the details and pictures you need.

    http://www.epauletshop.com/servlet/the-1869/Eisenhower-Navy-Melton-Wool/Detail

    Shipping included. Paypal as goods, I'll pay the fee.
     

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    Updated with a picture of both my jackets. Really did get a size up--one of my favorite jackets and that's the reason why I'm selling the medium. [​IMG]
     


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    Bump, price drop, someone's going to get a great deal on this.
     
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    Great jacket (and price)!
     


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    Thanks, sort of surprised it hasn't sold yet, although plenty of inquiries.

    I don't think I can drop the price anymore, since it's basically new. If it doesn't sell, probably gift it to a friend.

    edit: As the for shortness of the jacket (according to measurements), as the below poster mentioned, it's the intended cut--gives it a sharp fit. If someone is in the market for a longer wool jacket, a peacoat or a utility coat would probably be better. But for this type of bomber, I think the length is spot on.
     
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    Sharp jacket... unfortunately think it's too short for me. Someone buy this.
     


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    Someone needs to buy this. If it weren't just a little too short for me, I would have been all over this even before the subsequent price drops.
     
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