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Yes it's a one piece back.
It's not a heavy weight tweed if I recall it was 14 oz / 400 Grams and being Shetland it wears quite light.Yes this was a remade of the LLTW07 tweed the subscription was about 2 years ago now.
This is my jacket the cloth is London Lounge tweed made by Lovat.http://lindenway.tumblr.com/post/123698031788/bntailor-b-tailor-sports-coat-tie-loving-my
Very nice collection you have, you could do with a DB.
Here you go http://www.voxsartoria.com/image/32324863283
It's a very light weight fabric obviously it's not going hang like a 13oz Irish linen but I don't see why you couldn't use it for a drape cut.
Pam 212 on a cordovan nato strap.
The check on the LL cloth is smaller in scale than Rubi jacket that was based.Picture from London Lounge Cloth Club
@ovlov most important part is where the ball of your forefeet fits extra toes space are fine. The reason the monks comes with only one holes is you can take your shoes to your cobbler to mark the extra holes while you wearing them to get a more precise fit. Saint Crispins monks comes with no holes punch on the straps at all.
He works from home on the upper north shore, I don't think he has any plans for trunk shows. Karl is essentially retired and just treat this as a passion of his.
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