1. Hi. We moved systems, and because it was impossible to achieve feature parity between the systems, we opted to archive the old B&S threads but allow users to read them so that they can put them into our new B&S system.

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J. Crew Woodland Jacket Waxed Cotton Oilcloth-Medium Excellent Condition! Forest Green

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by rdstour, Dec 2, 2012.

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  1. rdstour

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    Hello SF-ers,

    Up for sale is my beloved but "since I live in Texas, I never get a chance to wear" J. Crew Waxed Cotton Woodland Jacket.
    Worn 6 times max.
    It's from the 2010 or the 2100 Holiday Season.
    It comes in a beautiful and rich forest green waxed cotton supplied by the Halley Stevenson Mill (see waxedcotton.com for more info)
    Inside, a red buffalo check/ plaid pattern with a quilted synthetic lining.
    Corduroy collar, fireman style hook closures. Corduroy lining around the inner cuffs.
    Very nice details overall.
    A nice, but different alternative to a Barbour. Perfect for Fall, Winter, and early spring.

    From J Crew:
    Ruggedly refined, this ready-for-anything jacket falls somewhere between nautical, outdoorsy and debonair. Made of world renowned Halley Stevenson waxed cotton, with a warm red and black plaid quilted lining (consider it your everday go-to for fall and beyond). Fold-down corduroy collar with hidden snap closure. Snap front with metal clasp fastening storm closure. Patch pockets, slash pockets. Adjustable button tabs at cuffs. Full quilted lining. Spot clean.

    Condition is excellent, only thing worth noting is where one of the clasps and buttons scraped against a steep, dark narrow staircase that I was traversing in an old Switzerland Church. But that's more authentic character than anything else.

    Asking $135 Shipped CONUS OBO
     

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