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some saks off fifth stores had a great selection of cucinelli outerwear in stock around christmas time. if you are near one you might want to call them to see if they have any in stock or if they could get one from another store for you.
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don't know anything about christy's caps. second question - you might want to take a look at the exact composition of the cap, some of the borsalino dorias are not 100% wool, they are a mix of wool and nylon. this may potentially explain the price difference.
when i was at lock and co hatters in london i asked this same question and the salesman told me that cashmere is really warm but it won't last as long as wool (i should mention, though, that the wool he was talking about was a fairly substantial tweed that i was looking at). he also said that cashmere won't do as well in the rain as a heavier wool.
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http://www.filson.com/category/index...goryId=2108303
do you know where the shell is from? do they source from horween? thanks
Thanks Mr. Magoo. Just out of curiosity, can you elaborate on what makes the quality of construction low? Also, what do you consider a benchmark for cost/quality of construction - especially with Italian goods? Thanks.
I just purchased a great Cucinelli coat on the Sales Forum from leon12. I really love the coat and I was wondering if people could share their experiences with Cucinelli outerwear, particularly with regard to the construction/durability. Thanks.
these guys have some nice stuff: http://hst.com.sg/acatalog/shop.html
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