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Thick as Thieves navy suit, approx. 36 R

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by JohnnyLaw, Apr 27, 2014.

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  1. JohnnyLaw

    JohnnyLaw Well-Known Member

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    I'm selling a MTM suit from Thick as Thieves. It has their "conservative" cut (wider lapels, longer jacket). It's still quite slim though. Notch lapel, double vented, overlapping ticket pocket, horn buttons. The trousers are flat front and have button side tabs and no belt loops. It's approximately a size 36 R. The fabric is a textured navy wool that doesn't come out very well in my photos. I'd describe it as a midnight blue base with slightly brighter shade of yarn worked into the weave. The last picture will give you an idea.

    Full canvas construction. Great quality for the price.

    I've worn it several times over the past 3 or 4 years but it's still in excellent condition.

    Asking $275 shipped in the US/Canada, PM for overseas shipping.

    Jacket

    Shoulders: 16"
    Chest: 19"
    Sleeve from shoulder seam to cuff (working cuff buttons): 24"
    Length (from bottom of collar): 30"

    Trousers

    Waist: 16"
    Rise: 10.25"
    Inseam: 30"
    Leg opening: 7.75"
     
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