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TOJ blacked out lamb MDR, 48 (new)

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by Arethusa, Dec 4, 2012.

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  1. Arethusa

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    Oof. Waited 6 months for this. Selling my new stock 48 lamb MDR with blacked out zips. Tried on, never been worn, thing is fucking awesome but I think I might change up and reorder in calf.

    It's almost 150 off and you get to skip the ~4 month wait.

    These are the measurements I sent Charly:

    shoulders 17.5"
    chest (pit-to-pit) 21.0"
    midsection 19.0"
    waist 19.5"
    body length, front 22.0"
    body length, back 24.1"
    sleeve length, from shoulder 24.4"
    sleeve width @ pit 7.4"
    sleeve width @ elbow 6.3"
    sleeve width @ cuff 5.5"

    Just checked them with a measuring tape, and they're all accurate. Basically a 48 for someone around 5'10".

    I'll get my own pictures up later tonight or tomorrow morning, but mine's about as stock as can be, so it's pretty much the same as cb's.

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    Sorry, finally got my own picture up, been embarrassingly slow about this. Can take more on request.

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    Sorry, finally got my own picture up, been embarrassingly slow about this. Can take more on request.

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