Either you're a boilersuit, playsuit, overalls person or you're not, but if you are, then this pair-- I think Korean made in the 1970s-- is a peach in vivid cyan lightweight canvas. There are two patch pockets with flap and button at the breast, two patch pockets on the backside, two side pockets, and one pen pocket on the left sleeve with a woven yellow patch saying "KR Turbo" on it. 18" Nylon zipper covered by placket with velcro tab down the front, short sleeves, and it has two cardboard labels proving its virginity. Officially size M, whatever that is. Oh ps, the belt is a separate listing.
Measurements: Bust/chest 38", waist 32", hip 40", length 57", inside leg 28", shoulder 16", sleeve length 10"
STORY: Well I am certainly a boilersuit, playsuit, overalls person, and I love the color, and yet somehow don't wear this prime example.
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