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SOLD - Tender & Co. Wool Guard's Jacket, made in England, rarely worn

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by Trapp, May 26, 2016.

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  1. Trapp

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    Feb 7, 2008
    Northern California
    Tender & Co. Guard's Jacket
    Made in England
    Tag size: 2 (fits like a 38 or snug 40 - please see measurements)
    Condition: Excellent, near new. The jacket was gently worn 3 times in an urban / office setting. No stains, holes, snags. All buttons are original and secure.

    Type 960 Double Breasted Guard's Jacket, Wool

    This is an amazing, hand-built jacket with more subtle, amazing details to count. Beautiful piece by Tender.

    - Slim fit
    - Natural sheeps' wool blanket cloth woven for Tender in England
    - Savile Row tailors' "strap" buttons
    - Curved contrast calico lapel can be worn buttoned up or turned down
    - Feather cockade button behind left lapel
    - One piece collar sewn with a Levi's "first type" stitch
    - One piece sleeves
    - Large side pockets lined with bias English-woven calico
    - Side pockets supported with flax webbing on inside of jacket
    - Kick-pressed "Universal" copper dome rivets
    - Signature removable care label
    - Each jacket is accompanied by a signed letter from the designer

    Made in England

    Actual measurements...

    chest 21"
    shoulders 17.75"
    sleeve 21"
    f. length 27"
    rear length 26.5"

    Please add $13.65 for CONUS shipping with tracking.

    The pics are out of order but I think all there. Let me know if you need to see something I missed.

    Thanks for looking and PM me with any questions.

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