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NWT RUGBY Ralph Lauren Reversible Trench Coat Small

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by wq1999, Jan 12, 2012.

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  1. wq1999

    wq1999 Senior member

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    Selling a new RUGBY reversible wool/cotton trenchcoat like the one pictured below. Size small, nice and slim fitting but not tight. One side is cotton, and the other is a tweedy herringbone wool. Very warm coat. New with tags, never worn.

    $225 shipped CONUS.
     

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    I will post measurements tonight.
     


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    Just wanted to say I own this jacket, its very nice and option to reverse is quite cool.

    It is not as slim as other things from Rugby, but when wearing a sport coat or sweater underneath it fits quite well. It does come with a belt like other trench coats and looks nice belted on.
     


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    Thank you for your comments. It is quite versatile. And happily (for me at least) not quite as slim as some other Rugby offerings. I'm a 36R jacket and I found the fit of the small to be spot on, with nice high armholes but enough room for a sweater.
     


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