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TOJ temple of jawnz dark whiskey calf CM 48/50

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by sahbryant, Jan 2, 2013.

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  1. sahbryant

    sahbryant Senior member

    May 18, 2010
    TOJ dark whiskey calf (the previously dead-stock italian calf) collared moto, with hidden collar snaps and slash (zip-free) pockets (almost a VTG CM, except for the sleeve zips)

    worn around the house over the course of a few hours to start the break-in process, never outside

    conditioned once with obenauf's leather oil

    this jacket is great, i just never wear it as i wear my brown A-2 almost exclusively

    in no rush to sell, so not looking for low-ball offers, i'd rather keep it in the closet for a one-off wear than take a big loss

    with TOJ's impending price increase, this jacket would cost over $800 direct

    perfect for someone around 6' to 6'3" / 40R

    shoulders, 17.7"
    chest (pit-to-pit), 21.5"
    midsection, 19.0"
    waist, 19.5"
    body length, front, 23.75"
    body length, back, 26"
    sleeve length, from shoulder, 25.5"
    sleeve width @ pit, 7.4
    sleeve width @ elbow, 6.8
    sleeve width @ cuff, 5.6
  2. scourage

    scourage Senior member

    Oct 27, 2010
    Just bought this beautiful jacket!
    If anyone is interested in it send me a PM and I will let you know if it does not work out for me.
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