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L.L.Bean's RARE mouton-collar A-2 style jacket with quilted lining. 40L

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    tweedydon One Too Many

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    L.L.Bean's RARE mouton-collar A-2 style jacket with quilted lining.

    Cut from incredibly durable and yet exceptionally soft garment-grade goatskin with a wonderful grain this jacket features two deep flapped pockets on the front with side-entry handwarmer pockets built in. The knit hem and cuffs perfectly complement the rich dark brown of the leather, and the mouton collar is beautifully soft and several hues darker than the jacket's shell, complementing it perfectly. The back of this jacket is one whole piece of leather--the more recent jackets consist of several panels. This jacket has a full quilted lining for warmth, and an interior security pocket that secures with a snap.

    This jacket is also properly numerically sized (this is a 40L), and was MADE IN THE USA.... the current jackets are "imported".

    This does have some minor holes in the hem and cuffs; these have been professionally repaired, as shown. Otherwise, this beautiful jacket is in absolutely excellent condition, and a bargain at

    just $75, or offer, boxed and shipped in the USA.

    Tagged 40L. Measurements:

    Chest: 22
    Sleeve: 27 1/4
    Shoulder: 18 3/4
    Length (bottom of collar): 25
    Length (top of collar): 27 1/2


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    seres One of the Regulars

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    I may be having problems with my computer, but the text on this post is black, on a very dark grey background. This makes it almost impossible for me to read.
     
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    My apologies! It seems that switching between the light and dark backgrounds can cause problems. But I think I've fixed this!
     

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