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Woolrich Woolen Mills Corduroy Maine Guide Jacket - L

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by Teger, Mar 21, 2013.

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  1. Teger

    Teger Senior member

    Mar 14, 2008
    Richmond, VA
    Up for sale is a beautiful jacket from WWM. Made of a heavyweight rugged corduroy that's starting to fade and show a really nice (and even authentic!) patina. Despite wear, jacket is in excellent overall condition - no rips, no tears, no fraying, all buttons secure. It's ready for years of hard wearing while you climb around forests and along rocky shorelines.

    Styling wise? I'd pair it (like I have) with a heavy sweater, an oxford, some jeans and boots. Or you could dress it with some tweed pants, a tucked in shirt, a dressy cardigan and some suede brogues.

    The collar looks great popped or unpopped, and the jacket is covered in pockets - two inside, like a dozen on front. You'll never run out of space.

    I'm only selling this because it's slightly too short on my extra-long, freakish torso. Would fit a normal human well.

    As far as I'm concerned, this is a piece from a defunct brand. WWM has been McNairy'd and now sucks. Get a piece from the glory years. ​


    Shoulders: 18.5"
    Chest: 21.5"
    Sleeve: 26.5"
    Length: 28"

    Fit pic:





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