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Can anyone introduce a bit about the fabric from england SCATEX ? I cant seem to find any info about it on the internet? Anyone had experience using this fabric for their suits?
Thanks.
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Originally Posted by jay628 View Post

Can anyone introduce a bit about the fabric from england SCATEX ? I cant seem to find any info about it on the internet? Anyone had experience using this fabric for their suits?
Thanks.


Never heard of it.  Might be worth asking here in our cloth thread http://www.styleforum.net/t/56404/unfunded-liabilities-a-k-a-the-cloth-thread/18570#post_8527656

post #3 of 7

Only can find far east tailors offering it or talking about it and looking at the logo:

 

 

It doesnt make me think its a high end English brand

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Never heard of it, but putting "scat" in a brand name almost always denotes top shelf quality.
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Originally Posted by EzraPaul View Post

Never heard of it, but putting "scat" in a brand name almost always denotes top shelf quality.

 

Did a lot of research to identify that or talking from prior experience?? ;)

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Sorry, that was sarcasm. Scat literally means sh*t.

From Merriam-Webster:

Scat: noun
Definition: an animal fecal dropping
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Originally Posted by EzraPaul View Post

Sorry, that was sarcasm. Scat literally means sh*t.

From Merriam-Webster:

Scat: noun
Definition: an animal fecal dropping

 

Thats one of the definitions it gives.... the Urban Dictionary's definition is what I'd assumed you mean 

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