AERO Long Half Belt, 40, cordovan FQHH

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  1. Splitcoil

    Splitcoil One of the Regulars

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    Aero cordovan FQHH Long Half Belt jacket. Storm cuffs deleted. Vertical inside pockets on both sides with heavy cotton lining (aka pistol pockets). Lining is Crawford clan tartan.

    $625 to me covers shipping inside the US. (By ‘to me’ I mean that if we use Paypal, you cover fees so I actually receive $625.)

    The jacket got heavy use for about 3 years, including lots of light rain in Seattle, and was thoroughly broken in for me. Arms flex easily at the elbow, cuffs molded to fit around the hand, pocket entries bent for comfortable entry. With that break-in comes some color variation (fade), a few scratches and rough spots, but none bad. I’ve taken pics of the most significant wear, but there are other little nicks and such here and there that are not pictured. If you’re not familiar with these, be advised that even after all these years, you will sometimes still get some color transfer (red) onto light colored car seats or shirt collars and so on. Zippers still work perfectly.

    I love this thing, and I’ve put off selling it for years, but I live in San Diego now and there are zero real opportunities to wear it down here.

    Marked a size 40

    Measurements:
    Pit to pit: 22 inches
    Shoulder to shoulder: 19 inches
    Back length: 28.5 inches
    Sleeves: 24.5 inches

    When I had it made for me, I provided them the following data (so if this matches you, it would be as if it was made for you):
    - Chest size--- both inhaled and exhaled. 39.5” exhaled, 40.5” inhaled
    - Shirt size--- (ie. 16” X 34”) 16x34
    - Height--- 5’10”
    - Weight--- 160lbs
    - Waist size---Not just your pants tagged waist size but also a stomach/navel area measurement. Waist 34, navel 38”
    - Sport coat or suit jacket size (if you know it). 40R
    - Sleeve length of known jacket: 25.5”

    Ten years later, I’m a little heavier, and a little rounder in the middle (as happens), and it still fits me well.
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  2. Splitcoil

    Splitcoil One of the Regulars

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    I'm somewhat flexible on the price, by the way. The market on these appears to have changed a lot since I was last buying, so I wasn't totally confident with that asking price. Don't hesitate to contact me with a reasonable offer.
     
  3. Splitcoil

    Splitcoil One of the Regulars

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    Bumped with a price reduction to $550
     
  4. Splitcoil

    Splitcoil One of the Regulars

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    Bump with price reduction to $500. After this, I think it'll go to ye olde auction site.
     
  5. troypennock

    troypennock New in Town

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    At $500, I will have to have that. Send me your email, troy pennock447@gmail.com.
     
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  6. Splitcoil

    Splitcoil One of the Regulars

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    Roger that, confirming I emailed you earlier, from address widerangehum...etc.

    Thanks!
     
  7. troypennock

    troypennock New in Town

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    Did not get it. There is a mistake in my email address above (a space). The correct address is troypennock447@gmail.com
     
  8. Splitcoil

    Splitcoil One of the Regulars

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    Just resent!
     
  9. troypennock

    troypennock New in Town

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    Just sent.
     
  10. Splitcoil

    Splitcoil One of the Regulars

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    Payment received, thanks! Should be in the mail today. Cheers, Sean
     

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