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SUPER DROPS! - Own the Jacket Engineered Garments Copied -- Mint 1950's Lakeland, Best Price on Inte

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by noob in 89, Jun 10, 2013.

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    Summer, the perfect time to grab a quality coat on the cheap -- and what better or more fashionable item to grab than a classic American piece the Japanese have lovingly remade, using the old techniques, for an astronomical price!

    Actually, wait.

    Here's the real jacket Engineered Garments stole drew inspiration from. As in, you know, the actual coat. Not a reproduction.

    Introducing the Lakeland Clicker Jacket. Rare. Mint. From the 1950's. So American it hurts!

    Guys, here are the plain facts: Clicker jackets in this size, in this condition, sell for $400 on eBay if the seller is willing to wait about a month, or $320 (shipped) for a quick sale. Because I don't have the patience for eBay, I'm offering it here for $269 $149 plus actual shipping.

    This Clicker jacket is basically a check list of everything desirable:

    The 1950's version
    Excellent condition (not just "excellent vintage condition" )
    The rare size 42/Large


    If interested, please message me with any questions, photo or measurement requests, etc.

    The jacket pictured above is not my own, but an identical coat. I'll be updating periodically with my own superior photos.



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