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Nigel Cabourn Clip Jacket (Size 50) incl. tags

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by the year 1492, Jan 11, 2013.

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  1. the year 1492

    the year 1492 Senior member

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    Item: Nigel Cabourn Clip Jacket Size 50 - Grey with Blanket Lining from AW10.

    Comments: The incredibly iconic Nigel Cabourn Clip Jacket with a strong blanket lining. A much softer handfeel than more current (tsuri) iterations of this jacket. Definitely one of the nicest versions ever. The lining is an awesome touch and it's even cooler because when you look closely, you can see its color peeking through the grey. Incredible details and quality - made in Japan.

    Measurements: p2p 20.5 // shoulders 18 // sleeves 27 // length 28

    Condition: Worn a little but still in good condition. I'd put it at around 8/10 - still a lot of mileage left and its best days are certainly yet to come. My only reservation is that maybe cuffs aren't as new feeling as they used to be. There's minor pilling and they're also a little bit loose - but this might partially be a characteristic of the jacket. Although this jacket is not new, I found the tags recently and they're included just so you get that extra feeling.

    Shipping: Free shipping to CONUS. Internationals get in touch and we'll work something out for cheap.

    Payment: via paypal - mark as gift or add 4%

    Thanks for looking! Please get in touch if you have any questions and I'll get right back to you.
     

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    Do you have any pictures with more accurate color?
     


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    How many times have you worn it?
     


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    Hey guys, although I don't have a better picture that I've taken myself (I've only got a camera phone at the moment and it makes everything reddish like in the pictures), I found a few pictures of the jacket online. These show the color more accurately:



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    With regard to the number of times I've worn it -- I'd say around 15. It's tough to say for sure. I've definitely used it a few times but all the same, it's not the kind of thing that has been in regular rotation by any stretch.
     


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