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post #3046 of 3611
The brown wool linen was the closest I could find to a brown hopsack
post #3047 of 3611
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The brown wool linen was the closest I could find to a brown hopsack

That date is fine! These are great options, I'll be in on this round for sure if these are the options.

Any idea on price? Do you have a rough date for when you'll open up pre-orders?

Thanks for looking into putting these options together for everyone, the work you're doing on this is appreciated.
post #3048 of 3611

Probably too late in the year for me.  I'd be more interested in 3 or 4 season fabrics given the timeframe.  Thanks for asking Ben!

post #3049 of 3611

Those look great, especially the Linen/Wool/Silk. I'd definitely be interested in a summer coat from you guys. 

post #3050 of 3611
All nice choices but these 2 are serious winners. Especially that check, amazing that it's practically 50% linen because it really doesn't look it.

What's the ballpark price on these for an unlined, unstructured, patch pocket, dual vent, 3roll2 setup? Could be very interested...
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Zegna 49 linen 32 wool 19 silk 230 gr



Marlane 70 wool 30 linen 280 gr
post #3051 of 3611
I'd be in on one or two of the navys, especially with brown horn buttons or similar.

Is the 380 gr Marlane winter weight or year round? My go-to navy blazer doesn't fit me that well anymore and I've been waiting for the Benjamin spring/summer MTOs as a potential replacement.
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Here are some I'm considering. All are spring/summer except the dark navy Marlane

Zegna 49 linen 32 wool 19 silk 230 gr


Tallia Delfino 100 wool 260 gr


Marlane 100 wool 380 gr
post #3052 of 3611
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That date is fine! These are great options, I'll be in on this round for sure if these are the options.

Any idea on price? Do you have a rough date for when you'll open up pre-orders?

Thanks for looking into putting these options together for everyone, the work you're doing on this is appreciated.

MTO prices (must put 50% deposit) would be

Marlane and Ormezzano: $295
Zegna: $375
All else: $325

Curious to know which you'd be interested in (feel free to pm if you prefer)
post #3053 of 3611
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Probably too late in the year for me.  I'd be more interested in 3 or 4 season fabrics given the timeframe.  Thanks for asking Ben!

Yes as is often the case I'm a bit frustrated as I was supposed to have these to show at the end of February to have delivery for end of May. Between being without a passport and Italians taking their sweet time we have to simply make the most of what we can... in fact I'm going to ask for fall/winter fabrics now and maybe focus more on that at this point.

I'm still open to doing a small MTO cutting if there is enough interest but I would need to know what specific fabrics you guys would be interested in.
post #3054 of 3611
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All nice choices but these 2 are serious winners. Especially that check, amazing that it's practically 50% linen because it really doesn't look it.

What's the ballpark price on these for an unlined, unstructured, patch pocket, dual vent, 3roll2 setup? Could be very interested...

I personally prefer 3 roll 2 also but the vast majority seem to prefer a straight 2 button so that's all we're offering for the time being.
post #3055 of 3611
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I'd be in on one or two of the navys, especially with brown horn buttons or similar.

Is the 380 gr Marlane winter weight or year round? My go-to navy blazer doesn't fit me that well anymore and I've been waiting for the Benjamin spring/summer MTOs as a potential replacement.

The Marlane 380 is a little heavier... probably best for fall winter spring imo.

Horn buttons an be purchased separately:

http://ehaberdasher.com/index.php/polished-horn-buttons.html?___SID=U
post #3056 of 3611
Looking over the swatches again I thought this one was okay also:

Marlane 100 wool 275 gr
post #3057 of 3611

 

These two looks awesome for me. Would definitely pick up the first.

 

Unlined, unstructured, patch pocket, dual vent, 3roll2 setup as per Razl would be perfect.

 

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Zegna 49 linen 32 wool 19 silk 230 gr


Zegna 49 linen 32 wool 19 silk 230 gr
post #3058 of 3611
I would be in for the zegna gun check, one of the navys and possibly the brown if I could see a larger swatch. And I agree with the unstructured, 3 roll 2, patch pocket on hips and barchetta chest style.
post #3059 of 3611
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Yes as is often the case I'm a bit frustrated as I was supposed to have these to show at the end of February to have delivery for end of May. Between being without a passport and Italians taking their sweet time we have to simply make the most of what we can... in fact I'm going to ask for fall/winter fabrics now and maybe focus more on that at this point.

I'm still open to doing a small MTO cutting if there is enough interest but I would need to know what specific fabrics you guys would be interested in.

I'd be in for the gun check. I bet that's one fabric that you'll get a lot of interest in.

Let me know if you can make a go of it, and I'll put down the deposit.

Thanks again for arranging this, these jackets offer amazing value.
post #3060 of 3611

I am interested in the brown one.

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