Raglan sleeves with articulated elbows and elastic cuffs
Front zipper with welts
Vertical contrast mesh panels
Adjustable drawcord hem
Machine wash cold, hang dry
What’s in the Box?
1x Jacket in color of your choice
Here’s a Fun Fact for You
The origin of the jacket can be traced back to the middle ages or early Renaissance and was originally labeled the “jerkin.” Both the jacket and the jerkin are primarily similar in their ability to inspire sexual innuendo. Whether you’re a jerkin guy or a jacket gal, please remember these are for external use only.
These would be great for running marathons in the winter. Houston marathon is run in January and it is cold as fuck at the start but everybody starts stripping after a couple miles and throwing their stuff to the side. I usually wear thrift store hoodies but you could use this and not feel bad about ditching it.
@Kidsandliz@thechinglish I have seen that cathedral in Milan (the Duomo) in person. It is actually pretty impressive - not meh at all. One of the rare old buildings where you can actually go to the roof.
I bought these last time they had them and they are great. 2 zippered pockets. Inside they have picked that are large enough where, on my motorcycle, I carried a10 inch tablet and a over the ear headset. I bought more.
@baqui63@thumperchick since I can’t see your actual transaction I don’t know what rate you were charged but while these are definitely exempt from the 4% state tax, they may still be subject to tax in the local jurisdiction (for instance Albany residents would still have to pay 4% on the jacket plus shipping).
@baqui63@j2@JnKL@medz@Thumperchick In a past life, I was a tax preparer. I don’t ever remember anybody filing the “use tax” which is what my state calls uncollected sales tax on purchases from out-of-state. Interesting now how people complain when they are charged sales tax now. Not really a big mystery, but it is interesting in a people-watching sort of way.
Well, that’s not totally true. But unless I over paid mroe sales taxes than I paid real estate taxes, I come out ahead by claiming the real estate taxes rather than the sales taxes (NY State only allow one or the other, not both).
@j2 I guess it sucks to buy clothing in Albany (yet another reason why I’m glad @miraclewhispers, aka daughter unit 2, did not move there even if only for a year or three). Here in NY City, clothing is not taxable, state or local or MCTD, unless over $110 per item.
Shipping would be taxable, except you’ll note that I am a VMP and thus pay $5.43 ($5 plus 8.875% sales tax) for shipping each month.
(You don’t know me from a hole in the wall, but if you did you would know that I don’t state things as facts unless they actually are facts. This is because I really hate being wrong.)
@Thumperchick (I had to look this up.) Schedule H is for Household Help (like maids and nannies and the like) so I’m not seeing where it would be relevant, unless THAT is your point, in which case I apologize, though I will note that I prefaced my comment by stating that I don’t give a fuck about the $1.42 and that it was merely a heads up for the other fucktards that might care.
Huh. I just went back and looked at my orders. I ordered a 2XL in Navy and a 3XL in black…hmm…I wonder where they are? Tracking shows delivered. I think I remember getting them. Thanks for the memory jog @craigthom!
The model pics were super helpful. I have been thinking about training to be the douchebag who stands in a public place and holds a full phone conversation when he should be doing something else, like ordering at the fast food counter, watching his child play soccer, not blocking the building entrance, crossing the street, getting out of the street and into his souped up civic, not vaping outside the auditorium at his child’s school play, stopping his pit bull from sniffing everyone’s ass, or just modeling a jacket for Meh.
Once I have that mastered I plan to move up to Bluetooth so I can confuse everyone by looking at them while I talk to someone on the phone. #goals