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Size 34 Flat Front Pants █ NWOT Corneliani for Polo Ralph Lauren █ GRAIL Slim "Preston" Cut in Tan

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by jrd617, Oct 12, 2015.

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    jrd617 Well-Known Member

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    Up for sale is a pair of Polo Ralph Lauren pants in tan gabardine. 100% wool. Size 34. Slim, flat front Preston" model. I previously another pair in the same color and one in green HERE

    Made in Italy by Corneliani to very high standards.

    I prefer these pants to Incotex. Amazing construction.

    Selling these because I already have enough tan pants. They've been hanging in my closet unworn for awhile.

    These are the ultimate pants to wear with sportcoats. Can wear them with a navy blazer or something more casual like tweed or cotton.

    I had the length hemmed at 30.25 (uncuffed) and tapered to a 8.35 leg opening by a bespoke tailor. Very meticulously done. They can easily be lengthened/shortened by a tailor. They all have extra material in the hem that can be let out. For reference, I am 5'10''

    Fabrics on the pants are extremely high quality. Polo sources the best fabrics in the world for its Corneliani-made pants

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    I bought these a few months ago from Ralph Lauren for upwards of $280. (See receipt below)

    Similar pants in the Preston model are still being sold on the site for $199 (down from $450 normally), but are sold out in size 34: http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=4175321

    Since the eBay going rate for Corneliani for Polo pants is about $175, I will let each pair go for $115. Keep in mind that I also put about $30 into the hemming by a tailor, saving you valuable time and money if the length works for you. (I am 5'10 for reference)

    [B]$125 $114 shipped CONUS each, firm[/B] $5 discounts given for each additional pair purchased.

    As implied with all SF classified listings, sale is final. Sold as is.

    Add $15 for shipping to all other countries

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    Waist: 34
    Rise: 11.5
    Inseam: hemmed at 30.4 with 3.25 of extra material tucked into the hem (uncuffed)
    Leg opening: 8.35

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    Receipt for the pants. Bought these for $280 and sunk an additional $30 into each for hemming

    At my price of $115 each, these are an excellent deal.

    They are sold out in size 34 currently on RL.com. (And if they were in stock, they'd cost $199) See link: http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=4175321

    My receipt from a few months ago:

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    Bump for a great deal. I bought the other pair he had listed, and they are now one of my go-to work pants.
     
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