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SOLD - Schott twill bomber style jacket - made in USA - rare

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by Trapp, Nov 10, 2013.

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  1. Trapp

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    Schott twill bomber jacket
    color: Navy
    Tag size: Small

    Actual measurements in inches:

    chest: 19.0
    length: 25.25
    body opening at knit: 13.75 (knits obviously expand)
    arms: 31.0 (neck seam to end of knit cuff)

    A classic USA-made Schott jacket in very good condition. The jacket has all the nice details such as quality hardware, hardy talon front zip, pockets lined in cotton drill, and quality knits. The twill has a weighty, substantial hand and nothing about this jacket feels cheap. The simple shawl collar and raglan shoulders are awesome. Classic and versatile, the jacket pairs well with denim, chinos, pretty much anything. If the jacket fits you, it's a great get for the fall.

    The knits are still nice and tight at the wrist and the waist. The jacket has been worn for a season and the knits show some expected pilling but nothing that detracts. The cotton shell is in great condition with no holes or pulls. Still a very dark navy, it shows some very light general fading (as it's meant to) and looks beautiful.

    I don't know why Schott stopped making this model as part of their USA line, but they did. So it's a hard jacket to find.

    asking $95 shipped CONUS (or best offer)

    Thanks for looking and let me know if you have any questions and feel free to make offers.
     

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