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FS: Engineered Garments Wool Herringbone Engineer's Jacket (size large)

fogg

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This jacket is the wool, black and charcoal herringbone version of the popular Engineered Garments engineer's jacket. In this colorway it looks very similiar to the very popular Bedford jacket from this winter's collection. It's the same colorway, and the only differences on the outside (to my eye) is the difference in collars and that the Bedford has both left and right breast pockets while this jacket only has a left breast pocket. Anyways, the jacket is beautifully made and has a great cut. You can see this especially at the back with the belting and the detail vertically at each shoulder. Its made of thick and very warm 100% wool and is full of the attention to detail that Engineered Garments is so well known for. There are 3 exterior pockets as well as 2 interior, as well as buttons at the cuff. It's a size large and measures about 20.5" across at the armpits (unstretched) and about 29" in length from the shoulder to the bottom. It's a fantastic coat, but it doesn't really fit with the rest of my wardrobe so I've hardly worn it. I've only worn it twice since I got it, so its still in flawless condition. I'm looking to get back close to what I paid for it, so I'm asking $300 shipped within North America. I'd also be willing to listen to trades for other Engineered Garments coats (the Monty, especially), the grey Engineered Garments hoody from the winter line, Spruce or Loopwheeler hoodies (or shawl collar sweaters) or Visvim shoes. Pictures:
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This image shows what I mean about the shoulder detailing. Its from a picture of a different version of this coat, so it shows up better:
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Tiyo

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man i wish this is the small size!!
 

fogg

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Well, it fits pretty much like a medium (I wear a medium in pretty much everything) but it is definetly not a small, unfortunately.
 

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very nice, free bump
 

fogg

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Thanks for the explanation, LA Guy!
 

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I don't have any big mirrors in my place, so I took these pictures in my friend's bigger bathroom mirror. Any marks in the picture are from the mirror and not the jacket. Sorry for the mediocre quality!
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Bump again. I'd also listen to trades for japanese dry denim in 33-34w (Samurai, especially) and Band of Outsiders shirts.
 

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