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New RgT grey cast Stantons sz 32. Hemmed to an outseam of 42" . Never been worn sceptic to try on - I am selling these b/c they are too big. $150 shipped to any US address. International buyers welcome, shipping cost tbd. DETAILS: -Split cut selvedge – The selvedge is present on the front panel and back the panel shows an overlock stitch. This was done because the denim used for these pants is 47″ wide instead of 30″ wide which is a standard width for selvage goods with...
Clearly, this have to be gone by now... Right?
so this jacket (outside of barneys, which is sold out for all but xl) isn't available online yet. anyone looking for one can place an order over the phone.
Are these still available?
I can't believe no one is moving on those oak streets, if only I were a siz smaller...
considering this is a year old post i'm sure you've solved your issues. but since i stumbled upon it, i'll drop ya some advice. made to measure. whatever your budget, there is something for you - from indochino to any decent menswear store selling suits. you'll be able to find what you are looking for.
hey there, i'm looking for the Schott Perfecto Khaki Waxed Canvas Moto Jacket in a size medium (38 chest). please hit me up if you got one. thanks in advance, k
i went into gibson's yesterday to get an indochino suit altered. my buddy picked these out for his wedding, much better than making us rent baggy tuxedos. $54 total for letting out the jacket body and taking in the waist. they wouldn't alter the vest, stating it isn't an easy alteration and he wouldn't recommend it. so, i may have to take it to someone else, b/c it flares at the waist. everything will be ready on friday, so i'll let you guys know how everything...
thanks guys, a few years back i walked into george gibson's with a suit purchased elsewhere and they were fine to hem the pants for me (that's all i needed on that one). this go around there will be quite a bit more work - i plan on stopping by tomorrow and see if they can/will handle it or point me else where. on a side note: i feel more comfortable with a male tailor altering a suit than someone with no first hand knowledge on the matter.
any further input here? i also have not found a local tailor.
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