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FS green vintage Chevignon varsity / college jacket M 40 vgc

Vanson4thewin

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I've got it on eBay. Asking loungers for £150 plus shipping via PP FnF (or buyer to pay the 3.5%)

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/165422685345?hash=item2683f5dca1:g:jnYAAOSwl2NiTsjp

Measurements:
Pit to pit 24"
nape to hem 23.4"
Sleeves 24"
shoulders 21"

I'd say it's a size 40 suitable for someone not taller than 6 feet.

I'll add a bunch of photos here that aren't on the ebay listing, taken earlier this week

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TartuWolf

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High quality jackets, Chevignon are. Aero grade or better.
From my experience - I would NOT say so. I've handled 2-3 Chevignon jackets and I'd say they are well bellow Aero grade. 300eu new is a pretty fair evaluation for the quality. I got mine for 100eu used. Pretty decent jacket, above mall level, but nothing to write home about in any aspect.
Just my opinion.
 
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From my experience - I would NOT say so. I've handled 2-3 Chevignon jackets and I'd say they are well bellow Aero grade. 300eu new is a pretty fair evaluation for the quality. I got mine for 100eu used. Pretty decent jacket, above mall level, but nothing to write home about in any aspect.
Just my opinion.

Depends on the era & budget range. Definitely not now but High-end 90's Chevignon are top tier jackets.
 

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