Slim Fitting Winter Jacket

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  1. vincent

    vincent Senior member

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    Hey

    I looking for a leather jacket or a peacoat that is slim fitting.

    I live in NYC and I am looking to spend around 600 dollars.


    Thanks
     


  2. Johnny_5

    Johnny_5 Senior member

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    Neither....Skip the leather and the pea for the woolrich Maine guide jacket or upland jacket.

    Both are sick and very uniqued compared to what every other dude is wearing out there. BTW I am pretty sure the maine guide jacket is heavier than the upland jacket.
     


  3. JayJay

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    Prada. I think they do good job with coats. They are slim and, at least for me, fit perfectly.
     


  4. SoCal2NYC

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    Mine from Raf Simons is about as slim as it gets...but, 2x what you want to spend.
     


  5. thekunk07

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    y-3 has a very nice canvas peacoat with an asymetric zipper for $610 on their online store.


    Hey

    I looking for a leather jacket or a peacoat that is slim fitting.

    I live in NYC and I am looking to spend around 600 dollars.


    Thanks
     


  6. Pylon

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    Z Zenga has an nice navy blue trim wool winter coat out... about waist-length... removable liner. Tried it on recently at a local Syracuse store and was impressed... price tag is about $950 though. I'll see if I can dig up a photo of it.
     


  7. KennyGhetzoff

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    Neither....Skip the leather and the pea for the woolrich Maine guide jacket or upland jacket.

    Both are sick and very uniqued compared to what every other dude is wearing out there. BTW I am pretty sure the maine guide jacket is heavier than the upland jacket.


    these are both cool... but may not be warm enough for a NYC winter. Well at least not the upland.
     


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  9. Epaulet

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    The Schott pea coat is about as classic as it gets - and is still made in New Jersey. If you buy it one size down, it's pretty slim. It's definitely warm enough too, and you'll have plenty to spend on another jacket.

    http://www.schottnyc.com/wool-clothi...elton-wool.htm
     




  10. Bananafish

    Bananafish Senior member

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    I picked up a Spiewak Dugan peacoat yesterday, under $200 and form fitting.

    [​IMG]

    Looks better in person, I'll see if I can't take some pics with it later.
     


  11. fuji

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    I picked up a Spiewak Dugan peacoat yesterday, under $200 and form fitting.

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    Looks better in person, I'll see if I can't take some pics with it later.


    Might just be that pic, but the 4 buttons looks very strange[​IMG]
     


  12. Bananafish

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    Sorry for the dirty mirror.
     


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    Sorry for the dirty mirror.


    I prefer a dirty mirror over that scarf.
     


  14. Bananafish

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    Tasteless, as usual.
     


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