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Jackinger

Brand: Jackinger

Seller: LOOK! Conzept Store Cologne

€29.00
incl. VAT + Shipping to Germany €4.99
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  • Practical and discrete
  • Stylish
  • Hand made in the Black Forest

Jackinger - your personal wardrobe
As practical as a tie clip, as discrete as a kerchief and want to compliment any pair of 13 of East's. The Jackinger delivers exclusive, designer accessory for use anytime, anywhere.

Hand made in the Black Forest, the Jackinger is your comfortable answer to awkward jacket holding.
Leave on impression with the finely stitched compact leather jacket holder, complete with high quality German instrumentation - ensuring safe and sturdy use. This unique device wants to liberate your hands, keeping your bulky, floppy jacket at bay, on your back, where it belongs, allowing you the freedom to use both for hands more important gentlemanly matters.
When not in use simply pack discretely away in your pocket.

Details: full grain, vegetal tanned cowhide of european origin
fine ornamental seam
Discreet embossing
high quality German polyester Elastodine band - for great stretch and staying power
nickel free clips and adjuster made in germany
leathertag width: 3, 5cm
width rubberband: 2, 5cm
length rubberband: variable 32-47cm

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LOOK! Conzept Store
Fashion. Design. Lifestyle. LOOK! Conzept Store offers handpicked ladies and men's fashion from Brussels, Berlin and Cologne.

In addition to labels such as Kilian Kerner, Lagerfeld, tigha, and United Nude presents local newcomers like Ecorché.

That with great attention to detail exquisite range is rounded off by accessories, books, interior design and lifestyle articles from around the world.
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