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^Thanks No, I mean finished inside insted outside like the center and last buttonholes, so when the lapel roll it's exposed the finished side. It's a little but nice detail, not so common on RTW, ime.
Being unlined I could easily check the construction and it is fused.It's a nice jacket, especially the fabric used.It's a 3/2 roll (with the first buttonhole reversed) unpadded shoulders with manica a camicia, and a very soft feel even if fused.My only complaints are a low quality sleeve lining and the lenght, very short for my taste (72,5 cm for a size 50)But I've bought it to be used very casually only with jeans/rollneck and field jacket above so not a big deal.
Very difficult to know, never seen the label before, but it clearly speaks for a small/unknow italian maker.If you want to see it I'll take a picture.
Prepping for Fall Alain Silk/Cotton Herringbone & Drumohr Rollneck
The very small detail that makes a real difference (for me) is the squared storm welt of this batch, compared to the rounded storm welt of the previous MTO.My perfect version would be:Double leather soles, squared storm welt, four metal eyelets and four speedhooks, a third MTO?
I am interested to do and MTO for a modified Harrogate: Exactly the same above, same pattern and last 341 but with: Flat Welt Mahogany or Dark Brown Grain Brass (preferred) or Silver Buckles Dainite (preferred) or Double leather sole Anyone interested? Let me know Thanks
I am in europe and here they stock only e width, afaik outside usa e widht is the standard, d width is available only in usa
Same last, different width. Maybe different size marking? Some models on the box are stamped with one full size difference ex. us 9e uk8 instead the usual half a size of the us d models
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