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PRICE DROP Archival Clothing - Navy Cardigan Size Medium

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by upwards416, Feb 28, 2013.

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  1. upwards416

    upwards416 Active Member

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    This beautiful Archival wool cardigan, made in USA, was just purchased at their recent online sale and is new with tag. This is a bit too big for me, but perhaps just right for you?

    $220(new)>>$140>>$115>>$100

    Includes shipping. Take this off my hands!

    19" shoulder-to-shoulder
    21" pit-to-pit
    26.5" length

    From Archival Clothing:

    "Our Cardigans are made by our friends at Centralia Knitting Mills. Knitted from 4-ply worsted wool on circular knitting machines from the 1930s, the fabric is sturdy, warm, and pill resistant. This historical sweater design features a low rib knit shawl collar and knitted cuffs. Double-knitted elbows reinforce that wear point without an unsightly external patch."
     
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    Arnold Grape Senior member

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    If only these tards were capable of making a garment that actually fits. Nice-looking piece, though.
     
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    upwards416 Active Member

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    It's more a question of the right body type for the fit, which they describe as 'American sportswear' or something like that. I'm a slim 6', 155lbs. I considered trying to shrink it, but I'd rather someone else put it to good use. This would work well for someone broader than I am.
     
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    Arnold Grape Senior member

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    Sorry-that was rude. I've gotten a couple of things from them that have fit horribly off. I do like the Webbing Belts, however!
     
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    This is still available. Make me an offer. Winter is coming!
     
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