This marketing approach was successful, but led to the company being mocked on the TV show Seinfeld, with Elaine's boss being the "world traveler and bon vinant" J. Peterman. As a trivial aside, the actor who played J. Peterman on Seinfeld was hired by the company to play an investor in its TV commercials, and became a member of their Board of Directors.
(J. Peterman is still going strong, and the hyperbole on their website is as overblown as always.... And, please, do NOT wear a kilt as they portray kilt-wearing, which reduces the pictured garment to a skirt! Men's kilts should be at least 1" above the knee, more if hiking.)
No doubt this blazer was described in glowing terms when it was first marketed. And it's certainly a very nice garment indeed, being cut from lighter-weight wool, with flapped patch pockets, darting, and a contemporary two button front. It is also fully lined, has four button cuffs, and a single centre vent. It was Made in the USA.
It has a small smudge on one sleeve--which is very inconspicuous, and which I only just noticed after examining the jacket carefully several times--and this will come out with the first dry clean. Given this, it is in Very Good/Excellent condition, and a bargain at just $35, or offer.
Tagged 44L--which is far too large! Measurements:
Chest: 21 1/2
Sleeve: 26 1/8 (+1 3/4)
Shoulder: 19 1/2