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Nigel Cabourn Irvine Rucksack Parka 2009

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by bpcasual, Sep 1, 2016.

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    Hopsack Wool Nigel Cabourn "Rucksack" parka, RRP 1960$,-.
    Literally has a Ventile[​IMG] cotton rucksack built into the back of the jacket, but lays flat when you don't have pack full of deer antlers or pipe tobacco.
    This jacket is very versatile and can have a real "parka" look or a sort of military-inspired "field jacket" look when its hood is conveniently stowed away in the back of the neck. The hood as it just stows away cleverly and the collar looks crisp and sharp.
    The collection is inspired by English mountaineer George Mallory, who attempted to climb Mount Everest back in 1924. Andrew Irvine was part of his team.
    color : dark green / brown
    style : field jacket / parka
    description : Irvine Mountain Rucksack Parka
    size : 50
    fabric: Ventile[​IMG] breathable cotton, Wool, Leather belt, RiRi Zip Wool outer with integrated hood and rucksack/backpack. Built-in leather belt. Leather pulls on all zips and cargo pockets.
    condition: Used only a couple of times
    made in england


    Shipping from Norway. International signed for 50$.
     
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