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post #31 of 32
"The shoulders are a bit softer"

So not a natural shoulder? How much padding would you judge?
I have a few Belvest's which have virtually no padding, which I
like.
post #32 of 32
I actually just went and checked. All three have less padding than the Ermenegildo Zegna and the Coppley that I own. One Sartorio has some padding, the other has close to nothing; I couldn't find any tags that would indicate any difference in model type. The Stile Latino is somewhere in the middle, but closer to the more heavily (relatively speaking) padded Sartorio. None are close to unstructured like my L.B.M. 1911s or Cantarelli sport coats, although the less structured Sartorio is pretty close. I lift weights and generally hate padding. The more heavily padded Sartorio is a bit too padded for my taste, and the lighter one is fine. However, the Stile Latino still looks more natural on the shoulders than the more lightly padded Sartorio. I'm not sure why this is. It may be because the Stile Latino has a slightly more weighted fabric or maybe it's just a matter of fit.
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