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Thread: Jacket clear out for the larger gentleman.

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    Jacket clear out for the larger gentleman.

    I've got to many coats jackets all these are in good condition unless stated otherwise and prices are inclusive of postage.

    1, Ridgeline Grizzly fleece euro in Olive Bush style jacket long thick fleece, this has a full length zip bit of use but not much, 4xl would suit 52"-54 chest 40 posted

    2, Ridgeline igloo top dark green 1/4" zip fleece 4xl good under garment, 25 posted

    3, Deerhunter game stalker smock, light olive, lighter weight smock 3xl for circa 50" chest excellent jacket not much use, waterproof and breathable, 40 posted

    4, Rivers west field pro smock dark green, fully waterproof fleece, great jackets but not being used size is XXl but I would think 48-50" chest, this is in used condition and has a tiny hole down by the sleeve but nothing to worry about. far from a wreck but does show signs of use I have reflected this in the price 35 posted

    5, Paramo Fuera windproof smock, in Moss this has been worn twice and is like me size is XXl 48"-50" chest 45 posted

    6, Berghaus AQ2 shell in black in good condition a bit smaller this one 46"-48" chest 30 posted

    7,Beaver of Bolton tweed jacket good condition traditional tweed, 48-50" chest 45 posted

    mabe more over the next few days, happy to discount if people want more than one item.
    Last edited by Tuck; 12-11-2016 at 13:55.

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    If any fail to sell, perhaps you'd consider donating them to charities that deal with refugees this winter? Perhaps this guys who I know did great work last winter: http://www.countrycoats2syria.org.uk

    Peace and goodwill to all men and so on.

    Yes I know, I know, but I am in blood stepped in so far...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pine Marten View Post
    If any fail to sell, perhaps you'd consider donating them to charities that deal with refugees this winter? Perhaps this guys who I know did great work last winter: http://www.countrycoats2syria.org.uk

    Peace and goodwill to all men and so on.

    Yes I know, I know, but I am in blood stepped in so far...

    Sent from my HTC One A9 using Tapatalk
    Why not to our homeless soldiers in the uk ******** to abroad

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    If any don't sell within a couple of weeks, wil happily donate them to a worthy cause, as for pics if you require them please pm me an email address and I can send pics over.

    Rob

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    Number 1,2,3,4 are sold pending payment,
    Last edited by Tuck; 12-11-2016 at 18:59.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuck View Post
    If any don't sell within a couple of weeks, wil happily donate them to a worthy cause,

    Rob
    That's very kind, thank you!

    Sent from my HTC One A9 using Tapatalk
    "Wishy washy hand-wringing diversified all encompassing liberal"

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisc View Post
    Why not to our homeless soldiers in the uk ******** to abroad
    There are a number of charities that support former military personel. To my knowledge none of them are appealing for coats for ex squaddies living on the streets.

    so the point of your post is??

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    Still have the

    Paramo smock, at 40 posted,
    the Bergaus at 30 posted
    and the Beaver at 45 posted

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