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    FS: J Crew Cotton Field Mechanic Jacket, Medium, NWT

    I have a Medium sized Field Mechanic Jacket from J. Crew for sale. Unworn and tags are still on. Overall a great item, just not quite my style; I thought it would be but changed my mind. Makes for a great 3 season jacket. Partially lined.

    Looking for $160 OBO shipped CONUS included by PayPal.

    My photo uploading site is blocked at my office so I have included an image from the J.Crew website. I've also copy and pasted a review on their that I feel is most accurate of the piece. Direct link here or https://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/...?bmUID=kMx9vLK

    I can take additional photos during my lunch break or this evening if requested

    Description (direct from J. Crew):

    Based on a vintage military mechanic's jacket, it's garment-dyed, broken in and built to handle everything from tailgating to those chilly morning commutes. •Cotton.
    •Foldable zip hood.
    •Standing collar.
    •Zip closure.
    •Flap patch pockets.
    •Adjustable tabs at cuffs.
    •Partially lined.
    •Machine wash.
    •Import.

    Most Accurate review (on J. Crew):

    Great fit; bit "bright"

    January 18, 2015
    5 / 5
    I'm 5'9", lean, and usually wear a medium for outerwear pieces from J.Crew. This fits perfectly, notably around the high arm holes and snug, conforming shoulders. The sleeves are also the right length (I would guess 32-33"), although for me that meant using the smaller of the two buttoning options at the cuffs so that they don't go too far past my wrists.

    The "bright" comment in the subject line isn't a complaint, it's just something to be aware of: this jacket color is more bold/bright than the muted model pic on this page suggests. This was noted in another review, so consider this confirmation of that trait. Also note that the collar, when the hood is packed away, is a bit chunky and thick. I like it, and the collar stands up just fine and doesn't flare out when not zipped or buttoned all the way up, but again the picture of the model doesn't show this feature accurately. You may have to unpack the hood and roll to your liking if you purchase.



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    bump. make an offer!

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    dropped to $130 OBO, shipped CONUS

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    dropped to $100, shipping CONUS included

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    finally, a couple photos. lighting isnt great but you get the idea.

    without flash



    with flash

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    SOLD!

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