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post #1 of 7
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I am looking to purchase an Aquascutum overcoat. I am waiting for measurements now. But I currently have 2" from pit to pit and 44" in length.

My measurements from a good fitting suit, based on a 39r suit jacket
Length: 32 3/8
Point to point: 18 3/4
Chest over arm: 46 1/2
Chest: 36 1/2

I am 6' and 160 lbs.

Thanks for all your help
post #2 of 7
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Originally Posted by gyasih View Post
I am looking to purchase an Aquascutum overcoat. I am waiting for measurements now. But I currently have 2" from pit to pit and 44" in length.

My measurements from a good fitting suit, based on a 39r suit jacket
Length: 32 3/8
Point to point: 18 3/4
Chest over arm: 46 1/2
Chest: 36 1/2

I am 6' and 160 lbs.

Thanks for all your help

The first bolded number doesn't make sense. The second is wrong. What do you want?
post #3 of 7
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Originally Posted by alliswell View Post
The first bolded number doesn't make sense. The second is wrong. What do you want?

Sorry about that

23" from pit to pit-the first number

The second is taken from a measurement sheet that I received from MySuit, so I don't remember what it was based on. But I wear a 40 regular, with some tailoring.

Thanks
post #4 of 7
23" makes sense. Measure your mysuit jacket yourself - you're going to find that it's 41-44".
post #5 of 7
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Originally Posted by alliswell View Post
23" makes sense. Measure your mysuit jacket yourself - you're going to find that it's 41-44".

I am sorry alliswell.

I am still waiting for additional measurements from Ebay seller do you think the Aquascutum would be a good fit, if all other measurements are good?
post #6 of 7
So, I'm confused but I think you are saying that the Aquascutum coat is 23" P2P. Which is ~46" around. It will probably be too big if you typically wear a 39/40.
post #7 of 7
Thread Starter 
^^ I was thinking the same too. Thank you for the reply.
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