Sears Sportswear Perma-Prest The Mens Store Jacket Blue Vintage 1970s

$30.00

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      Description
      In the 1970's you would just go into a Sears, just walk right into the Men's Store and buy a fricken jacket. No questions asked. Nothing scientific about it you just did it. This light blue jacket is a fine example of vintage 70's outerwear. Wear the jacket unzipped and show of that amazing plaid interior. The jacket is in remarkable shape, with just minimal signs of light use. We found a few white specks in a couple of spots but nothing major or anything that stands out. Please check our size chart to confirm that this item will fit you perfectly.
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       Actual Measurements:

      A. Shoulders - N/A 
      B. Pit to Pit - 24"
      C. Length - 24.75"
      D. Sleeve - 31" from Collar to bottom of cuff.
      Size On Tag: None 
      Fits More Like: Large  

       

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