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1970's Plaid Two Button Brown Leisure Suit Jacket.  Slick Clothes. Sherwood Premier Quality
1970's Plaid Two Button Brown Leisure Suit Jacket.  Slick Clothes. Sherwood Premier Quality
1970's Plaid Two Button Brown Leisure Suit Jacket.  Slick Clothes. Sherwood Premier Quality
1970's Plaid Two Button Brown Leisure Suit Jacket.  Slick Clothes. Sherwood Premier Quality
1970's Plaid Two Button Brown Leisure Suit Jacket.  Slick Clothes. Sherwood Premier Quality
1970's Plaid Two Button Brown Leisure Suit Jacket.  Slick Clothes. Sherwood Premier Quality
1970's Plaid Two Button Brown Leisure Suit Jacket.  Slick Clothes. Sherwood Premier Quality
1970's Plaid Two Button Brown Leisure Suit Jacket.  Slick Clothes. Sherwood Premier Quality

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1970's Plaid Two Button Brown Leisure Suit Jacket. Slick Clothes. Sherwood Premier Quality

Regular price $25.00
Here is an affordable 1970s leisure suit jacket with a bit of a western flair. This one has a few discoloration spots on the sleeves (see photos) but nothing crazy that you couldn't deal with. Half lined with two internal pockets. Single breasted front, with flap bottom pockets and just a flap on the breast, no pocket. Two button front, and three on the sleeve. Please check our size chart to confirm that this item will fit you perfectly.

Actual Measurements:

Jacket

A. Shoulders - 18.5"
B. Pit to Pit - 21.5"
C. Length - 31"
D. Sleeve - 24.5"
Size On Tag: none
Fits More Like: Large

 

 

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