or Connect
New Posts  All Forums:

Posts by AJM

Prefer something along the lines of Polo II, 3 roll 2 with flat front pants. If you have one to offer I take a 46L in their cut. In Corneliani I wear a 44L. Open to anything quality, looking to spend under $300 per suit. Preference is dual vent jacket, 3 roll 2 and flat front pants. Thanks.
Looking for grey flat front dress pants, new or like new. Need 38W and at least 32 inseam or unfinished. Would like one pair all season weight and one pair flannel. Also, looking for a charcoal cord flat front pant. Preference is for better designers - incotex, canali, borelli, etc. Please let me know what you have and price. Thanks.
PM sent on the RL 44L
Price drops. Everything dirt cheap.
There is no label. I do not know the maker. It is a well made, high quality piece though.
1. Brown shearling coat. This was purchased at Saks 5th Ave. several years ago. It was hardly worn. There are no signs of wear. It is very high quality construction and genuine shearling. it is soft and supple and very warm. Has a hidden zip compartment inside one of the front pockets. 23" arm pit to arm pit 26" sleeves 30.5" length (BOC) $175 shipped in CONUS. Mint condition, no flaws. As it has been in storage (cedar closet) & unworn, could use a cleaning. 2....
Photos added. More available by email request.
1. Deep navy blue sport coat by Luciano Barbera for Luis Boston. 3 button, 2 cuff buttons (working), no vent. 100% wool all season. Chest: 45" Sleeves: 26" Shldrs: 21" Length: 32" (BOC) I had silver color buttons with a raised crest installed on this coat. Excellent condition, no flaws. $55 shipped in CONUS. 2. Greyish/Brown Taupe color Hickey Freeman "Customized" line. 3 button, patch pockets, 4 working cuff buttons, dual side vents. 100% cashmere....
I knew I would get flammed for my comments. I do not misrepresent the condition of anything I offer for sale. They are not good photos. The threads are full. Any discoloration on the leather is from the cobbler's work. Look at the thread on the heel photo - even all around. If they were on a 5 (or make it 10) mile hike it would show, especially on the heel. I can deal with poor photos killing this thread or preventing a sale; however, I can't stand the passive...
Thats dirt/dust smart guy. Check out the close up heel shot. Perhaps you should police another post now annoying man.
New Posts  All Forums: