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Loro Piana black 100% Cashmere LONG ICER jacket - BEST ITEM ON B&S!?

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by Handcuffed, Jan 10, 2016.

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  1. Handcuffed

    Handcuffed Senior member

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    For your consideration is one of the nicest pieces in my closet and one of the nicest items on SF/B&S, a Loro Piana 100% cashmere "Icer" jacket in their longer configuration made not as a ski parka but instead as an overcoat.

    This 100% cashmere black jacket is treated with Loro Piana's famed Storm System rain and wind-protected technology. Further, this coat has a full-body buttoned-in (removable) cashmere lining with full-sleeve (polyester/filing) linings that button at the wrist (see photos). Super luxurious, as you'd come to expect with any Loro Piana item and especially their outerwear.

    This jacket weighs 3-5 pounds (and will cost $30 to ship!), probably, as it's thick, heavy cashmere and perfect for a cold winter.

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    Size: XXL (see measurements but note that the item fits trimmer due to the heavy layering; I think it fits more like an XL.)
    Color: Black
    Retail: $5,000ish+ (The regular Icer parker is more than $4,000: https://www.loropiana.com/en/eshop/outerwear-jackets-icer-cashmere-storm-system/p-FAA0522)
    Materials: 100% cashmere
    Measurements: 22" shoulder-to-shoulder (ragland sleeve so my best efforts to distinguish the shoulder), 26.5" pit-to-pit (25.5" p2p inside the garment is my best guess), 44.5" length, 19.5" pit-to-arm, 25.5" shoulder-to-arm

    Features:
    - Suede collar (detachable)
    - Double zipper closure and velcro
    - Cashmere-lined front pockets (classic Loro Piana yellow)
    - Internal pockets with button closures, including a phone holder
    - Comes with large plastic Loro Piana hanger

    I've sold lots of great outerwear on B&S/eBay before and this jacket is likely the best one I've ever listed:
    - http://www.styleforum.net/t/403791/...aia-ermenegildo-zegna-jackets-outerwear/0_100
    - http://www.styleforum.net/t/376477/...w-suede-detailings-detachable-gilet-xxl/0_100
    - http://www.styleforum.net/t/452656/brunello-cucinelli-and-loro-piana-jackets/0_100

    I'll ship via FedEx ground to CONUS.
     

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    I think this will fit you, too. :slayer:
     


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    Yes, it will, now SHUSH!
     


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    Huge price drop!

    @OzzyJones :foo:
     


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    I've had two different sales fall through and I would really like to move this. Anyone?
     


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