I am looking for a dark but not black chukka boot preferably with a danite or similar sole styled with a narrow waist that's more Sutor Mantellassi and less Red WIng. See picture attached and let me know what you have!
This suit was purchased new and fit as a slim 42. I had it expertly tailored once and it fits like a 40r now. I have lost more weight and while I love this suit, I would rather sell than try to have it tailored again. There's s subtle herringbone self-stripe that looks very sharp. The suit has a modern fit and there is much more taper on the pants than on more traditional suits.
Inseam 32" with 2"...
I owned a Triumph Bonneville for a while before trading it in for a Speed Triple. The Bonneville, while a great 'gentleman's cruiser' around town seemed to fall a bit short in terms of performance outside of town on twisted mountain roads.
This is a gorgeous jacket that was just a touch too long for me and it never saw any use.
Length from base of collar: 32"
3/2 roll as gracefully curved as an archer's bow
Light yet wears warm
I tried some more options lately. Mypakage - awful name but excellent designs and quality. They tend to run a bit large on me so I recommend if on the cusp - order the smaller size. Also the waist is higher than the Flint and Tinder offering.
Flint and Tinder makes a good boxer brief as well and does everything I expect it to do. The waistbands are solid and do not roll on either brand no matter what you do. Both are made in North America.
Again these are beautiful pants from lambourne but absolutely not suited to the climate here. I am selling this as a three piece lot. I believe the colors are fawn, mushroom, and goldenrod.
The waists are 35"
The inseams are 31"
They are heavy and great for a brisk fall or winter day.
The price for all three is the price of one on Sierra Trading post. They are either unworn or worn once or twice.
Shipping CONUS included.
This suit I believe dates from the 70s however it is classically styled without the garish excesses associated with that era. I had it tailored but then shortly after purchase moved to Arizona and it never again saw the light of day. I deserves much more. Layer it with a fair isle sweater? Pull off the schlubby professor look? It's in perfect condition and eagerly awaits brisk fall weather. Measurements are as follows:
Length of jacket: 31"