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NEEDS TO MOVE WWM Anorak & Wool Blazer sz. Medium

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by spacepope, Mar 30, 2013.

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    First up is a Woolrich Woolen Mills navy wool blazer. 100% wool, half lined, four exterior patch pockets, two inteiror zipper pockets. Single vent. Working two button cuffs. Three button closure with two buttons and a closure tab on the collar/lapel. All these buttons. Really great construction, taped seams throughout, worn only once. Just a little rumpled from storage but otherwise in perfect condition. Asking $200

    s2s 18"
    p2p 20.5"
    sleeve from top of shoulder 25.5"
    back length from bottom of collar 27.75"
    Should work for a slim-to-regular 48

    Next is a WWM anorak. 65% poly 35% cotton. Single chest pocket, scalloped hem, cool leather pulls for the hood. Details throughout in natural cotton. Looks really good over an EG shirt but I've only worn it once or twice. Practically new. Honestly I was pretty suspicious ordering it but it's actually really nice. Like, come on it's an anorak. But its a fucking nice anorak. Get your nice and easy 70's hiker vibe on. Asking $175

    s2s 19.5"
    p2p 21.5"
    sleeve 25.5"
    back length 27"
    Despite the shoulder measurements it fits a slim-to-regular 48

    Ok ok next is an Engineered Garments Porter jacket from SS12. 80% cotton 20% poly. Heather gray french terry. Three chest pockets, two interior pockets, and buttons aaaaaall the way up which allows it to be styled in some cool ways. Now I'm gonna be real with you I wore this a lot. It's not really beat up but there is some pilling. No tears. Not even any loose buttons. EG construction is really top notch and it should last you a long while. A steal at $80. SOLD

    s2s 17.5"
    p2p 20"
    sleeve 23"
    back length 26"
    Sleeves are short (I usually cuffed them) but otherwise fits the same as the above jackets. More of a cardigan really.


    Last but not least is an EG Bedford in a navy 85% cotton 15% linen blend. Also from SS12. This is honestly more of an interest check as it's the first piece of EG outwear I've ever owned and even as I dress more and more like a space hobo it holds a special place in my heart. Y'all know the Bedford. Four external pockets, two internal, details in natural cotton, peak lapels, 3 buttons plus a fourth on the collar. Like the other EG jacket it has seen a lot of wear BUT is in excellent condition besides slight discoloration and roping-like distressing on the seams. Honestly it makes the jacket look even better and gives it great character (second Bedford pic is a great example). Fabric is really nice too, very breathable. God knows why I'm selling this and I'm sure I'll regret it later. $175 SOLD

    s2s 17.5"
    p2p 20"
    sleeve 24"
    back length 26.5"
    Slim-to-regular 48 whyamIsellingthiswhyamIsellingthiswhyamIsellingthis
     

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