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post #106 of 310
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Originally Posted by hookem12387 View Post

Since eidos is mentioned on the page, any plans to ever carry long sizes in it? Or in your house jackets?

Unfortunately, we do not have plans to carry longs at this time. However, we can do anything on the MTM front and encourage our taller customers to explore this option in the event they do not like the resulting "cropped" effect of wearing a regular when they are more of a long. That being said, if you do not mind that cropped effect and are not "too" or "extraordinarily" tall, Eidos sleeves can be let out about 1.25", so that too is an option.

post #107 of 310
Thank you, very much.
post #108 of 310
Brian

Are you able to give the shoulders measurements of Eidos sportscoats in 42 and 44? Do they fit quite slim?

Thanks.
post #109 of 310

Is it just me or is there something wrong with the Sales section?

The page has the marked down price but when I click the link to go to the actual item, the original price shows up?

post #110 of 310
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Is it just me or is there something wrong with the Sales section?

The page has the marked down price but when I click the link to go to the actual item, the original price shows up?

Hey Charlie,

 

We finally got that fixed just now; we'd been dealing with that all weekend. Everything should be fine now!

 

.brian

post #111 of 310
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Brian

Are you able to give the shoulders measurements of Eidos sportscoats in 42 and 44? Do they fit quite slim?

Thanks.

 

Each of the Tipo and Lavato models run slim, but not incredibly so--they are true to size by contemporary standards. Where you'll find them most slim is in the armholes and sleeves. Otherwise, nothing else major to note other than that the Lavato is the washed, dyed and unconstructed model, so it will be slightly slimmer than the Tipo to a varying degree (there's no real way to regulate the effects of the washing/dying process).

 

That being said, both models sport the same shoulder measurement:

 

42: 18.5"

44: 19"

 

I hope that helps!

 

.brian

post #112 of 310
Thank you Brian - that helps.
post #113 of 310

Hi Brian,

 

Could you help with the measurement for Eidos Tenero Donegal DB size 40 & 42?

Thanks

post #114 of 310
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Hi Brian,

 

Could you help with the measurement for Eidos Tenero Donegal DB size 40 & 42?

Thanks

Hey Bozz,

 

We are sold out of the 40, but in the 42:

 

Shoulder:18"

Chest:21"

Length: 29.5"

Sleeves: 33"

 

Best regards,

 

Brian

post #115 of 310
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Just a reminder (in the event that you do not receive our newsletter): select items are up to 50% off online! Check it out: http://carsonstreetclothiers.com/sale/50-off.html

post #116 of 310
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Just in case you missed it, the CSC look books (both our label and third party brands) are now out for your viewing pleasure! Have a look:

 

http://www.gq.com/style/201405/carson-streets-spring-2014-look-book-is-for-urban-gentlemen#slide=1

http://four-pins.com/style/selling-crazy-opulent-lifestyle-makes-hate-buy-expensive-ass-clothing/

 

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post #117 of 310

Really impressed yesterday with the quality of shipping of my new AMI linen jacket.  Arrived right side up as if it was handed to me on Crosby street.

 

Thanks guys!

post #118 of 310
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Really impressed yesterday with the quality of shipping of my new AMI linen jacket.  Arrived right side up as if it was handed to me on Crosby street.

 

Thanks guys!

Thanks for the kind note! I'll make sure John, our e-Commerce Director, gets the word. It'll make him all warm and fuzzy, I'm sure!

post #119 of 310
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We are pleased to announce our website re-design/re-launch!

 

After many, many months of hard work, we are finally able to deliver to you the fruits of our labor. While there are still a few tiny bugs we need to iron out, we are proud to have a new digital home. Let us know what you think! 

 

www.carsonstreetclothiers.com

 

post #120 of 310
great site, great sale, great packing

my biggest gripe is the sizing
i got a M jacket and 38R blazer that both are smaller than any other competitor
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