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Woolrich John Rich navy bridge jacket, size S--SOLD

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by bimper, Nov 8, 2015.

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  1. bimper

    bimper Well-Known Member

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    Up for sale: Navy blue Woolrich John Rich bridge jacket. I don't know the meaning of the term "bridge jacket", but I'd say it's definitely in the Harrington jacket family, though with a button front. I picked this up through J. Crew a few years back, but I've only worn it 10-12 times tops. I've just got too many jackets. This one's too sharp to sit in my closet, so I'm passing it on. It retailed for $295; yours for $50 shipped (conus only please), assuming paypal sent as personal payment.

    **Note that I took this to a local tailor who did two things: 1) Removed the leather throat buckle visible in the stock photos I've included (I found this not to my taste, and unnecessary) and 2) slightly shortened the sleeves. Please check the measurements below.

    From the J Crew website:

    "It's lightweight and breathable in water-resistant cotton, and finished off witha hopsack lining...Slant pockets at hip. Cotton/Poly/Nylon blend. Lined. Spot clean."

    Measurements:

    Shoulder seam to shoulder seam: 18"
    Pit to Pit: 18"
    Length along the back, from the bottom of the collar: 25.5"
    Sleeve length, measured from the shoulder seam to hem, along the outside of sleeve: 25"
     

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