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post #2221 of 2231
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Originally Posted by GoldenTribe View Post

Are you talking about the touch of the surface when you brush your fingers against it, or the thickness / heaviness of the material? The opposite of a "soft" material would normally be a "rough" material, so "hard" makes it sound like you mean structure and rigidity of the garment rather than its hand.

It looks like it's soft. If it's pure cashmere, I can't imagine why it wouldn't be unless they made it on the cheap out of low-grade yarns.

I have a couple of overcoats in similar thick cashmere fabric (not Club Monaco) and they are incredibly soft but not especially flexible.

 

It's both hard (so it retains well the form of the coat and not flexible) and not that soft. When I brush my fingers against it, it feels a bit like wool, only a little softer. In fact, it is hard to tell the difference between this and my wool coat in terms of texture. It is not as soft as cashmere should feel like, say soft cashmere scarf, for example.

 

You said "incredibly soft" so I'm guessing this is not a difference in personal assessment. The cashmere is from Italy (Pure cashmere by "Breschi" cashmere) and the coat retailed for close to $1000, so I don't know why this cashmere is so un-cashmere-like. :(

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Has anyone tried the merino turtlenecks? About to order one.

post #2223 of 2231
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Originally Posted by daquity36 View Post

I purchased 100% cashmere coat in dark camel color in Korea for around $600~$650 on sale.

Even though it's 100% cashmere, it's not soft but hard due to compression (Anyone have similar experience with compressed cashmere??)

I tried looking for this product online but it was nowhere to be found. Is it possible that this coat is only sold in Korea?

Feedback on the coat itself would also be appreciated.









Coat looks a tad big on you.
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Originally Posted by Dr Huh? View Post


Coat looks a tad big on you.

 

I intend to wear shirt + suits in it, so it should be OK

post #2225 of 2231
I see there is no more Davis chino and replaced by the barrett. Anyone tried this yet?
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New here,i have a question guys,has anyone tride the "made in Italy "dress shirts? Im wondering about quality and fit,price seems good right now with the sale,ty in advance.
post #2227 of 2231
Is it me or is their pricing getting absurd these days? I haven't bought anything from CM in ages.
post #2228 of 2231
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Originally Posted by 7_rocket View Post

Is it me or is their pricing getting absurd these days? I haven't bought anything from CM in ages.
I don['t really buy at retail, but did buy some shorts about a month ago from the clearance/sale section. Also bought the Woolrich quilted overshirt, but sadly had to return because it was too small for me in size small.
post #2229 of 2231
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Originally Posted by 7_rocket View Post

Is it me or is their pricing getting absurd these days? I haven't bought anything from CM in ages.

Yes. Nothing is worth it unless it hits clearance and sale section with 40% discount on top of it. Even then sometimes the pricing is ridiculous..
post #2230 of 2231

When stuff is one sale I find the quality to the price very good.  Recently got 3 cotton/linen sweaters.   For the approx 70$ I spent on each after discount applied, I don't think there is any beating it.  

 

With the USD where it is, anytime you can buy in CAD is welcome for me.  

 

I have always been impressed by the fabrics CM uses.  The 3 sweaters I got all have fabrics much superior than the price I paid.  Which to me is a good value.  I have no issues with construction either for the $.       

post #2231 of 2231
I do think some of the clothing is better quality though, could be wrong.
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