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Jil Sander cabin rain coat, navy, free size

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by winston86dit, Sep 22, 2011.

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  1. winston86dit

    winston86dit Senior member

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    Jil Sander by Raf Simons navy cabin rain coat. 100% virgin wool, lined with a cupro/cotton mix. Great coat if you live somewhere that gets some rain and need something to throw over a suit jacket or use as another layering piece.
    Very cool piping that follows the length of the arms as well as the raglan seams. One interior pocket as well as 3 button hidden placket.

    (10.29.11- Price drop from $250 to $60!!!) Need this gone!

    Measurements
    Chest-26" (fits oversized)
    Shoulder-18" (rough estimate because of raglan cut)
    Sleeve inseam (from armpit to hem)- 19"
    Total Length- 36" (from top button at collar)

    Paypal only please.

    Domestic shipping is included in the price. For international shipping, please contact me for a quote. Also please note that international shipping only customs number via USPS unless otherwise noted.

    Thank you and best regards.
     

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    krnxbab0 Senior member

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    Do you have any fit pics by chance?
     


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    winston86dit Senior member

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    I do! I attached some in this post.

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    Sorry for the poor/dark lighting in the photos. For ref. the model is 6'3 175lbs, typically a 48.
     


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