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I need to make insurance claim, my diesel jacket was ripped,it has RN 93243CA 25594 it has a metal front zip,two front pockets,on one pocket is a leather patch with Diesel warf 0577, HARBOUR MASTER W.0577-2ND DEL. & INDIGO LAGOON also has metal eyelitts two on either side same metal used on zip jacket is a Dark blue

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