Wool Snap Front Jacket

Raf Simons
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Wool Snap Front Jacket

$1,715
$699 Gilt
Size (EU):
Men's Outerwear
EU Men Alpha US (chest) JP KR CN (cm)
42 - 44 XXS 32 - 34 32 - 34 80 - 85 80 - 86
44 - 46 XS 34 - 36 34 - 36 85 - 90 86 - 92
46 - 48 S 36 - 38 36 - 38 90 - 95 92 - 96
49 - 51 M 39 - 41 40 - 42 95 - 100 96 - 102
52 - 54 L 42 - 44 44 - 46 100 - 105 102 - 106
55 - 57 XL 45 - 47 48 - 50 105 - 110 106 - 110
58 - 60 XXL 48 - 50 52 - 54 110 - 115 110 - 118
60 - 62 XXXL 50 - 52 54 115 - 120 118 - 122
  • 46
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    Men Alpha S
    US (chest) 36 - 38
    JP 36 - 38
  • 48
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    Men Alpha S
    US (chest) 36 - 38
    JP 36 - 38
  • 50
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    Men Alpha M
    US (chest) 39 - 41
    JP 40 - 42
Color:
midnight
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Description
Designer

Long sleeve wool double breasted snap front jacket.

  • Notch lapel with button hole, front pockets and a back center vent.
  • Optional back snap closure detail.
  • Fully lined with three interior pockets.
  • Approximate length: 30". Measurements were taken from a size 48. Model's measurements: Height: 6'1", Waist: 32", Shirt: 15.5, Suit: 40.

Material: 100% Wool

Brand: Raf Simons

Origin: Italy

In 1995, Raf Simons left the career he’d trained for — in industrial and furniture design — to become a menswear designer. With no formal instruction, the self-taught Simons gambled on an eponymous label that melded the rebellious energy of youth subcultures with the precision of classical tailoring. Simons’s particular blend of modern proportion, textural interplay, and innovative shapes was so successful that the Belgian designer’s menswear quickly rose to prominence as one of the most forward-looking lines in Europe. In 2005, Simons took over as head designer for Jil Sander, and a year later he launched the diffusion line Raf by Raf Simons. With the addition of his Fred Perry collaboration (begun in 2008), Simons manages to keep busy working on four lines at once. An impressive fashion career for an industrial design student.