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FURTHER PRICE DROP (12/6)!! Battistoni Brown Suede Blouson/Bomber Jacket sz 52 Eu - Cashmere lined

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Up for sale is a great condition BATTISTONI brown suede bomber jacket in a tagged Euro size 52. If you're not familiar with Battistoni, it's a tailoring outfit based in Rome, Italy. I'd describe it as a similar quality to Brunello Cucinelli. The jacket is made of a buttery soft suede, but the jacket is thick and substantial because of the soft, grey lining. The jacket has a classic, clean styling, with a sporty feel. The stand-up ribbed jersey collar is detachable. Perfect for the fall and light winter.

Edit: I'd describe the jacket as a rich chocolate brown, which is is slightly darker than a medium brown. The first four pics are a better general representation of the color (Battistoni_1 through _4). Some of the other shots are a little washed out due to the natural light source, but at least shows some detailing and the nap of the suede. Because of the depth and richness of the suede,the jacket will appear lighter in direct light, but out of direct sun, it can take on a darker hue as shown in the last set of pics.

Edit: Lining is 100% cashmere

The jacket was worn no more than a few times before I realized it was a bit big on me. Even though the jacket was hardly worn, I noticed a small hole in the back armpit as I was taking the pics. No clue how it got there, but because it's in an inconspicuous spot, I'm guessing the hole can be easily stitched by a tailor for $10, and it will be unnoticeable. Jacket was picked up from Barneys and originally retailed for $2,600. Asking $375$325 $295 $275 $250 $225 $195 shipped CONUS. Int'l buyers, please inquire about added shipping cost.

Measurements are (with garment laid flat):
Chest: 23"
Mid Torso: 22"
Sleeve (from shoulder seam to end of cuff): 28"
Front shoulder (seam to seam): 18 1/4"
Back shoulder (seam to seam): 20 1/4"
Collar 2.5"
Length from top of collar: 29"
Bottom hem: 20.5"

PM with any questions.


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