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Hickey.... not Hickey Freeman

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I've researched a bit and seen quite a few threads on styleforum regarding HF suits.... I just purchased a "Hickey" suit from Bloomingdales Outlet over the weekend and am now finding out that the line "Hickey" is not being manufactured anymore.  The suit fits great and looks great.  It is however labeled as manufactured in Indonesia.  HF website proudly states all products manufactured in USA.  Am I looking at a counterfeited product?  Or is this just another mass produced suit overseas? 

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Originally Posted by Sammy69 View Post

I've researched a bit and seen quite a few threads on styleforum regarding HF suits.... I just purchased a "Hickey" suit from Bloomingdales Outlet over the weekend and am now finding out that the line "Hickey" is not being manufactured anymore.  The suit fits great and looks great.  It is however labeled as manufactured in Indonesia.  HF website proudly states all products manufactured in USA.  Am I looking at a counterfeited product?  Or is this just another mass produced suit overseas? 

 

I'm not sure what the answer is to your question, but how about pictures to support the bold section?

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It was an attempt at suiting for a "younger" demographic. They had a pot weed logo. Half canvassed, slimmer fitting. Clearly did not find its niche.
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reviving this thread in hopes of getting some advice. 

 

I found a NWT Hickey by Hickey Freeman suit that's perfect for my size but noticed that it had a tag which states: "MADE IN VIETNAM". I'm wondering whether this is a fake or if HF outsourced their Hickey line to other countries. Found this Hickey at a great price and would be happy to have a half canvassed, and slim fit suit. 

 

Would love to get everyone's input. Thanks in advance!

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