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    All Saints Keaton jacket or Zara's version?

    Been after an All Saints Keaton jacket for ages in an XL, but no luck. Alas, I saw this one on Zara. On closer inspection I think it's an improvement on the Keaton, as there's less fuss at the front with only a zip closure instead of zip and button like AS and it also have slanted side pockets to keep your hands warm.

    What's your thoughts guys?

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    Can't believe these cunts have ripped off my jacket

    The sleeves are plastic though, so I feel ok

    I like the buttons + zip as it means you have the option of leaving the bottom button undone / just doing up a couple of buttons etc

    The slanted pockets are a nice touch though. But the quilting on the arms isn't quite as nice.

    I wondered why I'd started seeing my jacket around a bit more nowadays... They really have completely ripped it off.

    Also.... Alas?
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    Zara are always ripping off someones design.

    True, plastic sleeves and I'm sure the quality is nowhere near matches All Saints.

    Think I may leave it and just hope I find a Keaton on eBay..

    Ah, meant to type at last.

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    You'd think All Saints would have brought it back if it's that popular really. I always regretted not copping and they always get snapped up on eBay. Def my favourite jacket at the moment. It is pretty annoying to have a low budget copy floating about. I would never cop pleather though.

    FYI I have a M in the Keaton and I am by no means small. It fits pretty slim but it's not really a jacket for layering anyway imo, more a night out over a t-shirt thing. So an L would probably be fine for you.

    Sorry for being a pedant.

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    Well I remember when the Alaska hooded shirt was really popular with them selling on eBay for 100/200 when the retail price was only 70/80. They re-issued it in a heavier weight material for winter and it just wasn't as good as the original. I say quit while you're ahead and keep the demand there.

    True, now I can afford it, I'd never buy pleather again. I'll just try my luck on eBay and hope a large fits.

    No problem fellow MOD.

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