For sale multiple items. Schott x Supreme, vanson model B, Roland sands design barfly

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  1. Jsparks49

    Jsparks49 New in Town

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    B903E569-53AC-4AC4-B9C0-4CDBF2B3798B.jpeg 224BBC06-F0D6-4F1A-ADFB-9EFC342B8C93.jpeg 1D42900D-9AF1-478D-893D-9D8C79CCDEF9.jpeg Hello all,

    Newbie here so I understand if anyone is hesitant to buy so if interested I have a legitimate check post on my Instagram that I can show as well as grailed. Anyway now for the goods.

    Barely worn Supreme x Schott leather A-2 Size L -
    Barely worn, purchased directly from supreme right before it sold out. I have far too many leather jackets so this one needs gone. It’s only been worn a handful of times. Buttery soft leather no flaws, no blemishes (only marks are because the cowhide used is top quality so it shows the grain which adds to the beauty) size L $475 OR BEST OFFER. Measurements upon request.

    Vanson Model B Black Competition Weight Leather Jacket sz 42. Codition is Pre-owned. 400 OBO shipped with USPS Priority Mail. Flawless condition just waiting to be broken in. If you know Vanson you know the model B and this is a great condition example. Tough as nails, and still stiff. Nows your chance to own a vanson at a great price.


    Roland Sands Design Brown Barfly Leather Jacket Size L. Condition is Pre-owned. Awesome thick hide good protection on the bike and super cool looking off the bike. This jacket can be worn everywhere $375 or best offer. Any reasonable offer acceptable. No flaws, stains or blemishes on the nature leather.

    All through PayPal.

    Will consider a package deal for all 3
     
    Last edited: Feb 18, 2020
  2. Hh121

    Hh121 One Too Many

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    Can't see pics. How heavy is Vanson B?
     
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  3. Jsparks49

    Jsparks49 New in Town

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    It’s the competition weight leather so quite heavy and roughly 1.3mm thick
     
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    Jsparks49 New in Town

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    Bump.. also just an innocent question - when is enough enough for selling something?? If I’m buying something it’s not unreasonable for the seller to merely provide measurements and I can easily take those measurements against a jacket that I know fits well and get a reasonable amount of confidence that it will fit or it won’t. However this is not enough for some people apparently and they need you to put the jacket on lift your arms over your head, hop on one leg while dancing the polka. So when do you as a seller decide the extra effort isn’t worth it??
     
  5. Edward

    Edward Bartender

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    THe simple answer is that it depends on how desperate one is to sell! ;)
     
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    Jsparks49 New in Town

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    Ah to be sure- but a little mutual understanding goes a long way for both parties. Cheers
     
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  7. Kuro

    Kuro A-List Customer

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    You are new here as you say Newbie in your first sentence.

    If you do a little digging, you will see that measurements go a long way towards selling.

    1. Leather is difficult to work with, so there are tolerances in the measurements in manufacturing. A 42 is not always a 42 in the chest for example.
    2. They are expensive, people want to make sure they fit, and fit correctly.
    3. Some buyers are visual, they use fit pictures to visualize how the jacket will fit themselves based on your physical height and weight including the measurements.

    Dont think too hard about it, this is a hardcore place, the benefits of all this work is a jacket that fits and does what the buyer wants and needs. Selling on eBay may be easier for you, but that could come with it's own tradeoff. Fees and possible forced returns...
     
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    Jsparks49 New in Town

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  9. Bfd70

    Bfd70 One Too Many

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    Since there is typically a no return policy you need to go pretty far.
     
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    Jsparks49 New in Town

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    Thanks everyone for the feedback. Live-n-learn.

    Regards

    Josh
     
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  11. Jsparks49

    Jsparks49 New in Town

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    True enough sir!
     
  12. hatsRme

    hatsRme I'll Lock Up

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    Your great question above clearly reveals that you are not a seasoned salesperson... yet.
    Here is a tiny piece of insight that answers the question, from one who has spent a lifetime at it.
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  13. Jsparks49

    Jsparks49 New in Town

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    Haha!! Touché.
     
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    Jsparks49 New in Town

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    I feel like you should have put the word “great question” in quotes. cheers
     
  15. Jsparks49

    Jsparks49 New in Town

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    Ok gents it’s time to admit. The coronavirus shut-innery caused a temporary lapse in judgment leading to my comment. Thank you all for showing me the error of my ways. Now if I could just figure how to get this lock open on my bunker...
     
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  16. hatsRme

    hatsRme I'll Lock Up

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    It really IS a great question, in my opinion!
    As mentioned, I spent a career working it, and that classic cartoon came to mind.
     
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