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Freewheeler jackets, possible outside of japan?

polloelastico

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I really like the new Mulholland by Freewheeler (their hats are cool too) but have no idea if it's possible to order these from the US. Anyone know of a online vendor that can ship to the US?

Interestingly from what I can find on sizing, they seem to run a little big. I'm normally a 40 but might be a solid 38 on this one.
 

polloelastico

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Thank you! I now see the link on Desolation Row for international customers. Hopefully I can get some definitive sizing information on the Muholland. A lot of the vendors list the measurements, but they all very. So it *might* be perfect in a 38 or 40, or nope... ain't going to work. With the no-return policy (I think?), not a gamble I want to take.
 

polloelastico

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I wonder if Himel Bros hve ever made something like this... They have some styles I've seen not listed on their site. I'm going to ask!
 

breezer

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Been eying up a Freewheelers N1 and a chambray Neal Cassidy Railroad shirt......now I know where to buy 'em...
 

Blackadder

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I have been searching for the same jacket on Yahoo Auction Japan for awhile but none come within my price range.
 

dudewuttheheck

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well that depends....I've never paid +£100 for a shirt before....or indeed any other item of clothing, excepting jackets & boots. Having said that an RMC chambray from Super Denim is £195, so I get your point.
Well saying anything is being worth anything is an opinion. They are extremely well made and like you point out, well priced compared with their rival brands.
 

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