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TOJ Collared Moto Silver zips/

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by varsityreds0123, Oct 13, 2015.

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    varsityreds0123 Senior Member

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    This is a brand new (only tried on, as in picture) black calf collared moto leather jacket with silver zips and hardware. The piece is stunning, and has a slight sheen to it. Heavy as hell, could take a bullet and remain intact probably! If you're going for that classic James Dean badass look, look no further. The reason I am selling is that this piece arrived in the summer, so I had no chance to wear, and I have since gained 15 pounds, so it fits a little too snug now.

    Buyer pays shipping

    Sizing is as follows:
    shoulders 17.5
    chest (p2p) 20.5
    midsection 17.2
    waist 17.6
    body length, front 21.0
    body length, back 23.0
    sleeve length, from shoulder 23.7
    sleeve width @ pit 7.1
    sleeve width @ elbow 6.2
    sleeve width @ cuff 5.0

     

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