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Nigel Cabourn Classic Cameraman Jacket in Harris Tweed+Mackintosh - Army Green

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by prurient, Dec 19, 2012.

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  1. prurient

    prurient Senior member

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    Bought this jacket twice. What a nightmare. Worn for three days straight and realized it's too small for me. On sale here for $700 shipped CONUS or on eBay here.

    The Cameraman Jacket was worn by Wilfird Noyce on his numerous photographing expeditions to Everest. The AW12 keeps to the original design, with a woven Harris Tweed lower portion and an authentic Mackintosh fabric upper. As ever, the detailing stays true to the original with no expense spared with the inclusion of natural horn buttons and US Military edition metal clip closure.

    Authentic Mackintosh Upper
    Woven Harris Tweed Wool Lower Portion
    Horn Buttons and US Military Metal Clasp Closure
    Four Front Button Closure Flap Pockets
    Adjustable Hood with Coiled Cord Detail
    Made in England
    Extremely Limited Numbers

    Tagged 48 (basically a Medium). Measurements:

    Pit to Pit: 21
    Length: 31.5
    Shoulders: Raglan
    Sleeve (Pit stitch to hem): 21.5
     
    Last edited: Dec 29, 2012
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