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Etro Grey/Navy/Brown Glen Plaid Sport Coat - NWOT - 38/48R

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by EzraPaul, Sep 21, 2016.

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  1. EzraPaul

    EzraPaul Well-Known Member

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    Brand new, never worn, gorgeous Etro Grey/Navy/Brown Glen Plaid, 100% wool Sport Coat sz 38/48R.

    I really like this jacket but it's just a touch too small for me. I can't remember how much I paid for it, but it was probably somewhere between $1500-2000

    Measurements:

    Shoulder: 5 1/2
    Point-to-point: 17 7/8
    half-back: 7 7/8
    chest (armpit): 19 3/4
    waist: 18 1/8
    length: 29 3/4
    sleeve length (outseam): 24 1/2

    It should you if you are:

    5'9 - 6'0
    chest: 38-40
    not super broad shoulders
    waist: smaller than 33" waist (pant size) or smaller than 35.5" skin measurement
    If you have a 40" chest, and muscular back, it will be too tight

    details:
    100% wool
    2-button
    center vent
    3 3/8 notch lapel
    cap shoulder (really nice)
    made-in-Italy
    insane paisley lining
     
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    razl Well-Known Member

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