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PRICE DROP - JUNYA WATANABE Deconstructed Flight Jacket

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    Vintage FW06 Junya Watanabe "Flying Man" Deconstructed Flight Jacket. Olive drab in 2 shades. Great, warm flight jacket that been deconstructed into a blazer/bomber combo. Plenty of great details as usual with Junya pieces. In very good shape. Some slight signs of wear but no tears, fraying or holes. Nice slim fit with long sleeves (see pics for fit). I love this piece but don't wear it enough to keep it. This would fit a thin medium or a regular small. I normally wear a small and this fits me great. You're not going to find a better price for a great, vintage, Junya piece!

    Measurements
    Shoulder: 16.75"
    P2P: 20"
    Length: 26.75"
    Sleeve Length: 26.5"
     

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