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Grey Bespoke Sportsjacket

Jacket Size
M 40US / 50EU
Color
Brown, Grey
Universal Size
M
Up for consideration is a striking sports jacket by Garrison Bespoke in Toronto. This is truly a testament to fine tailoring. Furnished with; a Milanese buttonhole at the lapel, flower keeper loop behind the lapel, hand pick stitching, hand attached sleeves, full canvas, hand sewn buttonholes, pit protector, vent keeper, and working surgeons cuff. This is truly a wonderful blazer. With large peak lapels, this jacket is a statement and has a strong presence about it. There is no damage of any sorts to this piece, it's in practically new condition. This jacket is tailored from Dormeuil cloth, and the drape is just excellent. I'd urge any buyers to consult with the size chart below.

The measurements are as follows;

Shoulder Width: 18.65 inches
Chest: 22.35 inches
Sleeve Inseam/Outseam: 17.5 inches/25.5 inches
Length With Collar/Without Collar: 31.5 inches/29.5 inches
Waist at Buttoning Point: 20.5 inches

There is light padding in the shoulders

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Author
MichaelSpyker
Type
Physical product
Quantity
0
Price
259.00 USD
Views
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