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Nanamica Gore-tex Field Jacket, L

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I have here one of them fancy goretex jackets by popular brand Nanamica. If you're familiar with them, you're familiar with these: a goretex lined linen blazer in an attractive and spring-like pale blue. It's an admirable raincoat and is absolutely covered in pockets, so if you miss being able to carry all that stuff you used to in your cargo shorts before the internet ruined you forever, this is the jacket for you. It has the detailing and utilitarian features you'd expect from a brand like this: buttons all the way up with a removable throat latch, leather for whatever those little antipodal buttons are.

I'm selling it because it was an impulse purchase that I thought I'd like, but it fits a little long in both body and sleeves - it simply doesn't sit the way I'd like it to. This would be great for someone who's probably about 6' tall with a 40-42" chest. T-rex arms need not apply.

MSRP was (and is, for similar models) over 1k. $350 includes paypal fees and shipping CONUS. If you'd like to ship outside the US, I'm happy to discuss it - I wouldn't expect it to cost too much more. Make offers!


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