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normankirk

for sale FS: Eddie Bauer Goose Down Filled Pants - Medium

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Near pristine condition. Made in Seattle, USA. Expedition quality. Size medium in burnt orange 1.9 ounce ripstop nylon. Offset quilt construction for a continuous layer of insulation. Full side zips with double toggles. Interior draft flaps with Velcro closure seal the zippers. Elastic in the waist band without draw cord. Wear with suspenders if needed. Weight is 2 pounds. Practically no use....no color fading, without stains or blemishes. Now $225.00. Was asking $245.00. Shipping included. Paypal personal or please add 4%.

Inseam = 30"

Waist = Elastic relaxed 26", fully stretched 40"

Waist band to bottom of knit cuff =
Front 43", rear  45"

Waist band to lowest drop at crotch (center of crotch) is 16"

Note - Tag does not specify gender. Men's design and fit. Women's specific, expedition outerwear apparel of the time was either nonexistent or very uncommon. I'm a men's medium and they fit well with fleece beneath. I can squat or bend without restriction.

 

 

 

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This is quality stuff!  I don't remember when EB used to be  local boutique brand that made really great stuff locally, but my dad was telling me about going into the store back in the day.

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