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Men#39;s Deluxe Pirate Jacket with Costume NEW Mens pirate Chicago Mall Pockets

Men#39;s Deluxe Pirate Jacket with Pockets Costume,Mens pirate

$175

Men#39;s Deluxe Pirate Jacket with Pockets Costume,Mens pirate

Men#39;s Deluxe Pirate Jacket with Pockets Costume,Mens pirate coat,Accessories not included in price

This pirate coat is crafted from medium weight black wool with a rich, black-on-black pattern. The sides of the open front are trimmed with leather-covered buttons, which also appear on the cuffs. Two full pockets and a satin lining finish off the design of this stunning pirate frock coat. The pirate jacket is pictured with our Scoundrel Long Pirate Vest.
Key Features:
Made from cotton brocade
Displays wide cuffs and leather covered buttons
Has two full pockets
Lined in satin
Perfect for sea captain and pirate ensembles
Dry clean recommended

The color could be slightly change from listed item due to camera variations and light reflections.

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