Originally Posted by Eustace Tilley
It's very good, and by far their best light/midweight offering.
FWIW, not all the Dugdale stuff is top-notch (the lightweights and the new slicker books leave much to be desired). Super 100s, Mohair, and English Classics are their three best offerings, and are broadly comparable to stuff from the big names.
I've heard that their new Magdale tweeds are made by Johnstons - and, if so, I presume they are excellent as well. I have yet to examine the cloth for myself though.
From my experience, their royal classic are also very good, slightly lighter than their 'wooly' English and Town Classic, true 3 season fabric.
Both line has great depth of colours, especially their chalkstripes.