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Unworn: Freemans Sporting Club N-1 Deck Jacket Size Small Made in USA

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by gasoline, Jun 4, 2012.

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  1. gasoline

    gasoline Senior Member

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    Unworn, just purchased didn't work out size-wise.

    Developed during WWII and inspired by the U.S. Army’s Winter Tanker Jacket, the N-1 Deck Jacket was adapted for the unique & unforgiving conditions faced by the USN at sea. Prized for it’s durability, warmth & simplicity, the N-1 Deck Jacket quickly became the favorite of sailors.
    • Made in NYC
    • 8.5 oz. waxed cotton shell
    • Wind-and water-repellant
    • 100% military grade melton wool lining for warmth
    • Hidden ribbing at cuff to seal out wind
    • Soft corduroy-lined collar
    • Draw cords at waist, hem and hood to seal in heat
    • Vintage-inspired hardware
    • Made local, buy local


    Pit to pit: 20"
    Shoulder: 18"
    Length (collar to hem): 26"
    Sleeve: 25.5"

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    Last edited: Jun 5, 2012

  2. rho03

    rho03 Member

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    is the jacket still for sale?

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