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SOLD Lost Worlds Suburban 3oz HH, size 44 SOLD

Discussion in 'Classifieds' started by saculer, Dec 8, 2018.

  1. saculer

    saculer New in Town

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    Hey guys and dolls, here is a recently acquired LW Suburban in the 3oz horsehide

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    I got it as new from a first-class gent in Arizona who wore it a couple times and passed it on. Probably because it's a jet black horsehide jacket, and he lives in Arizona.

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    "The sky can't be on fire Emily, now bring me my heavy black ja...wait...the sky is on fire?" - Him last week, probably

    I've had it on a couple times too, and it looks like I am going to be a true 42 in LW. Maybe even a 40 in this cut. Too roomy for me at 44.

    Measurements are:

    Shoulder seam to shoulder seam 19.75"
    Pit to Pit 24"
    Back Length 26.5"
    Sleeve Length 26"

    SOLD SOLD SOLD thanks for looking!
     
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  2. Hh121

    Hh121 One Too Many

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    How can he made 24 pit to pit on size 44? Plus 20 inches shoulder, it is size 46. It will be on the loose side because the 3oz hide.
     
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  3. saculer

    saculer New in Town

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    That would explain the Laser-Raptors.

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    (Couldn't stretch the tape true while holding the phone, but you get the idea)
     
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  4. Hh121

    Hh121 One Too Many

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    OK, 24.5 underarm, that's huge.......
     
  5. saculer

    saculer New in Town

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    Closer to an even 24" with the tape laid properly, but yeah, it's a roomy fit, probably best for a larger man than I am. 014_Moment(10).jpg
     
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  6. saculer

    saculer New in Town

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    For reference, I am 6'2" 200lbs. 42" actual chest (relaxed), almost 44" with a big breath in. 36" actual waist (more or less relaxed...not like I have to suck it in a little or anything, right guys? heh heh...heh)
     
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  7. saculer

    saculer New in Town

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    A few more fit pics. Sorry the JeepCam has a little glare on the windshield. 014_Moment(3).jpg 014_Moment(6).jpg 014_Moment(11).jpg
     
  8. John D Maccarter

    John D Maccarter New in Town

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    I have a lost worlds g1 size 42 for trade, it's the only one on ebay, check it out
     
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  9. saculer

    saculer New in Town

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    Wow that is a nice jacket. It looks like it would fit me nice and snug too. Truth is, though, that I feel pretty well set for now on browns and military styles. I'm really looking for my requisite motorcycle/versatile/everyday jacket in black, which this posting was a failed attempt at.

    I'm sure lots of folks on here would love a crack at your G1! Have you thought about posting it up in here?
     
  10. John D Maccarter

    John D Maccarter New in Town

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    Thanks, yes but it always denies my pictures? Send me your email so I can check back to see if you still have the suburban 007chuckymccoy@gmail.com
     
  11. saculer

    saculer New in Town

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    email sent...Also, someone correct me but I think you just need to have posted 10 or so messages/replies and the system lets you post threads with photos? Or so a little birdie told me.
     

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