thinking of getting this yakka men's jacket. thoughts? (1 Viewer)

We sell all kinds of other stuff in our Etsy store!

Matt Derrick

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Aug 4, 2006
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generally we frown upon posts that are a simple link. please include why you want that, what it is, and what the link points to. it's not our job to investigate what you're seeking advice on.

i've edited the thread title for you, please edit your post to add more details.

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Jan 14, 2016
i live here in a large city (new york) so it is unfair to compare but craigslist and many other similar "freecycle" websites give clothing out for free through regular people. salvation army and goodwill have some cheap deals or you can hit garage sales. most travelers are on a tight budget so saving money is likely a big deal. get it free whenever possible. money runs out very quickly if you are not careful.


Oct 16, 2015
those pockets look bomb but if it's cotton.....>_> could do better

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