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Rip Van Winkle Anatomic Moleskin Jacket, 5

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by Callusing, Jul 10, 2016.

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  1. Callusing

    Callusing Senior member

    Dec 27, 2013
    San Diego
    Shipping to US only, no exceptions.
    I price all my listings fairly, but I’m always willing to discuss offers. I try to find a price that works well for both parties.
    Anatomic double zip mid-neck jacket by Japanese brand Rip Van Winkle in a midweight cotton moleskin.
    I think the story of this jacket is best told by re.porter’s photos, as shown and linked. This minimal jacket is cut slim through the body and hits just past the hip, with pronounced “anatomical” seams throughout, on-seam pockets, a double zipper with a covered placket, and all the other cool little details you get with jackets like this. The jacket is on the lighter side of midweight and is unpadded, but the tightly woven moleskin stops wind relatively well, so I’ve worn this both in early fall and in the middle of winter.
    Color is charcoal, as pictured in the first photos and the first link below.
    Worn around a dozen times, once in a light snow. No significant signs of wear.
    Labeled size is 5. Measurements are a bit hard because of the unusual cut, but they’re provided below. I’m a very slim 48 in most things, and this fits me with space to layer. (Similar to how it’s modeled in re.porter’s photos) If I had to guess, I’d say this best fits a TTS 48 to a slim 50. It fits slightly slimmer through the body than the chest measurement indicates because of the darting and seamwork.
    Measurements: (inches)
    Chest: 20.5
    Shoulders: Raglan
    Back: 28.5
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