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Martin + Osa SICK totally unstructred glenplaid POW blazer w/ patch pockets! 38R

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Size: Not Tagged (See Measurements, Approx 38R)
Chest (armpit to armpit on back): 21"

Shoulder (seam to seam on back): 18.5"
Arm (shoulder seam to end of arm): 25.75"
Overall Length (bottom of collar to bottom): 29.75"

Dual Rear Vent
Totally Unstructured!
Cool Patch Pocket
Working Button Cuffs

































 

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Nice jacket, good price, but then; "Working Button Cuffs". :fu:
 

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Would rather have working button cuffs and have my tailor bring it up at the shoulder vs no working button cuffs anyday.
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The cost for that is about $ 200-300 in Norway, my student wallet does not agree with you!
 
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