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Vintage (?) Barbour Quilted Eskdale Jacket Size Small - Corduroy Collar - Cotton Checked Lining

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by hayaoyamaneko, Mar 11, 2013.

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  1. hayaoyamaneko

    hayaoyamaneko Senior member

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    Picked this up second hand awhile back, not sure exactly how "vintage" it is or if it dates from only a few years back.

    Size small, but a pretty relaxed fit. Works best with a layer or two under if you're a skinny guy.

    There is a small pencil eraser sized stain on the left arm, it faces the inside so isn't really seen when the jacket is worn. Can most likely be removed by a dry cleaning.

    Two front pockets, one Inside.
    Corduroy Moustard Yellow Colar.
    Extremely light jacket.
    Checked washed out black and green cotton lining.
    Snap buttons.
    Shell 100% Polyester
    Lining 50% Cotton / 50% Polyester.

    Made In England

    Chest (pit to pit): 55 cm or 21.5 ''

    Waist: 51 cm or 20 ''

    Sleeve ( collar seam to end of cuff): 62 cm or 24.5 ''

    Shoulder to shoulder seams: 44 cm or 17 ''

    Total length (On front, from shoulder seam to bottom hem): 52 cm or 21 ''

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    Perfect for spring and fall. Beautiful color and lining. Please note that the color is slightly more mustard/burnt than orange in real life.

    $80 SOLD THANKS
     

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