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    • Hi guys. I am selling a brand new never warn barrister's robe custom made by Blair Shapera Custom Clothing in Vancouver, BC. The original price was $625 + tax and shipping which came to $733.60. I am selling it for $480. It was made for my boyfriend who is a skinny 6 feet tall guy. He ended up not needing it. The size on the robe says Regular.  I have the robe in Toronto (Bloor/Spadina area). 
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