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TOJ Bomber/MA-1, original style, leather + goretex, size 50

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by aether, Oct 5, 2011.

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  1. aether

    aether Senior member

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    Size 50 Temple of Jawnz (TOJ) MA-1


    SOLD!

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  2. NonChalant321

    NonChalant321 Senior member

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    hi aether,

    hello there. this is an odd question but I was interested in buying this MA-1.

    someone is offering to sell me theirs and posted the same exact picture and says the picture is the exact jacket.

    except...he says it's size 48 with lengthened sleeves.

    did you by any chance sell to someone called desfleurs?

    trying to figure out what size it really is. 48 would work but 50 would be too long.

    hey i appreciate it if you can get back to me.

    thanks!

    b
     
  3. aether

    aether Senior member

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    Yes, desfleurs did in fact buy the jacket from me. He may have altered the jacket, though. Or he is sizing it compared to normal 48 sizing. The size 50 was pretty slim.


    But yes, I sold it to desfluers in Oregon.
     
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