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Temple of Jawnz oxfords black, overdyed black XS

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by nineohtoo, Dec 19, 2012.

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  1. nineohtoo

    nineohtoo Senior Member

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    Dec 21, 2009
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    Sup guys. I've been growing around my shoulders and chests and this is a little too tight on me. I probably should have originally just got a small and had it tapered and shortened. If you're a true XS, you should be good with these. These were lightly worn, especially the overdyed one. They're both incredibly smooth and not that coarse and beefy oxford cloth you might be used to. The regular black one has a nice texture to it where you can see imperfections in the warp/wefts, almost like a slubby denim, but without looking like it's pilling or poor quality. I had both of them shortened a few inches, and after a few washes they now measure as follows:

    16" shoulders
    18.5" pit to pit
    24" sleeves
    22" front length
    26" back length

    I'm looking to get $80 $70 each plus shipping or $135 for both shipped. Will make a deal with the TOJ1 I'm selling too.

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