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SOLD Our Legacy Suede Shirt - Terracotta XS/44

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by amin, Jan 3, 2016.

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  1. amin

    amin Senior member

    Mar 21, 2008
    Payments via Paypal
    Price includes shipping and fees
    Shipping from London, UK

    A very rare suede shirt from Our Legacy.

    Sold out instantly when it was released. Very rare size, only a handful were made in this size.

    item is in good condition but there is some indigo bleed on the hem, cuffs and arm pits. This was only worn as a layer underneath a jacket and the suede is in good condition.

    Please message me if you require additional pictures. Sold as seen

    Measurements (approx in inches)
    Shoulder to Shoulder - 17
    Pit to Pit - 19
    Back Length - 24.5
    Shoulder to cuff - 25

    his clean cut suede jacket is simply styled, with a patch pocket at the breast, horn buttons and a spread collar. The material does most of the talking for this garment, made from a thin Italian suede that feels as good as it looks and promises to stand the test of time. This suede jacket makes a great layering piece above a sweater or under a jacket, depending on the weather.

    Thin Italian Suede Construction
    Horn Buttons
    Buttoned Cuffs
    Patch Pocket
    Spread Collar
    Made in Portugal
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