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Nigel Cabourn Storm Parka - size 48

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by London, Jan 8, 2013.

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  1. London

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    Dec 26, 2006
    This is the steal of the litter. For sale is a lightly worn Nigel Cabourn Storm Parka from from F/W 2010, authentic Made in UK collection. This particular piece is Made in Scotland.

    This is an extremely technical and warm jacket that is ready to battle anything thrown at it from cold, rain, snow and wind.

    It features a beeswax coated cotton body and heavy wool sleeves, it features tons of detail. The interior is made of two different plaids, one wool on the upper of the jacket to warm the core, and cotton on the lower part of the jacket.

    There is an inside hand warmer pocket that can be unbuttoned and carried as a bag.

    The collar is corduroy and features a nylon stowaway hood. The drawstrings are waxed and it is finished off with a copper colored riri zipper with a silver zipper pull.

    Sizing: 48
    shoulder to shoulder: 19
    pit to pit: 22
    sleeve length: 29
    length: 37

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    $350 + shipping CONUS

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