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duck nuts? would duck liver be more appropriate?
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I have a Polo suit in that material. As I have said b4, fools gonna be fools. Paid like $200 for my suit BNWT. Side vents, side adjusters, etc.
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I have a Polo suit in that material. As I have said b4, fools gonna be fools. Paid like $200 for my suit BNWT. Side vents, side adjusters, etc.

From Ebay, or elsewhere?
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From eBay
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online Stanley Korshak has more reductions



http://www.stanleykorshak.com/infostore/ca.cart.asp?viewall=true&maincat=Sale&subcat=Men%27s+Sale&subsubcat=&designercat=&colorcat=


example: Di Biano $825 now $313

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Edited by mr monty - 7/13/12 at 12:30pm
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online Stanley Korshak has more reductions

Thanks mr monty, picked up a pair of Bontoni with trees.

Regards.
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how are Bontoni's? worth it?
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how are Bontoni's? worth it?
quite nice, but run a half size small.

hard to get in america. bergdorf carries them.
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consider the dibiancos also... they run a size large.
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how are Bontoni's? worth it?

Very nice antiquing, light weight, decent quality construction, difficult to find on sale, a relatively cheaper version of Berluti....

Regards.
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Very nice antiquing, light weight, decent quality construction, difficult to find on sale, a relatively cheaper version of Berluti....
Regards.

classier antiquing than berluti though
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classier antiquing than berluti though

ThinkDerm, you are right. My Berluti wholecut isnt wild, but they sure can go nutso on antiquing! Will see as this will be my first Bontoni, I think...

Regards.
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Originally Posted by Shikar View Post

ThinkDerm, you are right. My Berluti wholecut isnt wild, but they sure can go nutso on antiquing! Will see as this will be my first Bontoni, I think...
Regards.
they are great. really love that brand. quite comfy.
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