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Unis Varsity Jacket L

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by mcdecker1, Oct 28, 2015.

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  1. mcdecker1

    mcdecker1 Senior member

    Jan 19, 2011
    For sale is a like-new varsity jacket by Unis. Size large in the maroon color way. Sold out quickly and no longer available. Retailed for $430. Worn approximately 9-10 times, never in rain / adverse weather. Pet / smoke free house.

    The Made in USA jacket is built with a body from 80% virgin wool and 20 % nylon while the sleeves are made from a buttery 100% premium naked calfskin leather. The jacket is fully lined with snap closures, ribbed collar and hem and set-in sleeves.

    The Unis varsity definitely has a very modern fit as the jacket is cut slim and is quite form fitting. Even though the jacket is on the fitted side, it’s not the “euro fit” (skin tight, tapered to your body) a lot of men fear which means there is enough room to layer a sweater or shirt very comfortably. What I like the most about the fit of the jacket is bomber style silhouette.

    Sizing (size large, taken from http://unisnewyork.com/pages/sizing-chart):

    Center Back Length: 27"
    Chest Circ. 1" below Armhole: 47"
    Bottom Opening Circ. Relaxed: 36"
    Sleeve Length from Center Back: 36"

    Price includes shipping in the continental U.S. (using Shyp), contact me for international shipping. Reasonable offers considered.
    Last edited: Oct 30, 2015
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