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WTB Size 36 A2 ATT:Portland OR

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by PDXGeo, Oct 17, 2015.

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  1. PDXGeo

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    I just bought the worst knockoff POS jacket Ive ever seen in my life off eBay. Willis Geiger fake tag can't even tell if its real leather and I am so pissed off it's stunning.

    Done with eBay for shit like this, I bought another one (at least it was leather) and it smelled like 125 years of cigarettes so I returned it.

    So, seeking a seal brown A2 in nice leather. Horse preferred but not vital. Goat, cow, horse hides all considered.

    Size 36, maybe 38 if runs small. I'm a 37 chest but only 5'7" so can't usually size up or stuff is too long.

    Thanks all

    Alternatively is there anyone in or near PDX that has a higher end A2 in size 36 or 38 that I can see and try on before I pull such a big trigger (i.e. buying new)? I don't have any clue how a proper modern jacket would fit me or if I could even pull off the look. Thanks!
     
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