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█ NWT Samuelsohn Suit, 42L Navy Pinstripe, slim "Gable" model

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by jrd617, Apr 13, 2012.

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  1. jrd617

    jrd617 Senior member

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    Up for sale is an incredible NWT Samuelsohn suit. Recent season. (2011-ish) It is in the "Gable" model, which is perhaps Samuelsohn's most "SF-approved" model. It's like a poor man's Isaia. Slimfit with a soft shoulder!

    Size 42L in navy pinstripe.

    If the suit fits you, consider this a smoking deal on a great staple!

    I'll let the specs speak for themselves:

    -Made in Montreal, Canada by Samuelsohn
    -Full canvas construction
    -Soft shoulder with minimal padding
    -High armholes
    -Low two-button stance
    -Double vents
    -Four season weight 100% wool fabric
    -Navy with white and blue pinstripes
    -Jacket fully lined with cupro bemberg
    -Flat front pants
    -Slim cut with a trim waist
    -Will generally need little or no alterations (aside from the hem and maybe the sleeves)

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    You will not find a better price on a new-with-tags, recent model Samuelsohn on the net.

    $775 shipped CONUS

    Always Add 5% for PayPal. I can no longer accept personal payments. As is implied with all SF classified listings, the sale is final. Sold as is.​

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    Approximate measurements:

    Shoulders from seam to seam: 18.65
    Chest pit to pit: 22.5
    Sleeve from seam to cuff: 26.25 (~1 inch of material to let out)
    Jacket Length from BOC: 32.25

    Waist: 36.25 (with material to let out)
    Rise: 11.75
    Inseam: 40 (unfinished, unhemmed, uncuffed)
    Leg opening: 8.65


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    I just got this suit MTM for twice this price. Great deal on the best value in fully canvassed suits, even at full retail. The Gable is a great cut.
     
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    Agreed. I'd snag this guy up in a heartbeat if the pants were pleated.
     
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    Can't go wrong with flat fronts :stirpot:
     
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    Wow! My size in my favorite suit! Too bad I recently bought an almost identical navy pinstripe. Someone should jump on this. Let me know if you get a 42L in a solid navy.
     
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    ill take thx mate willpay in a few days pls enaill me tommorow
     
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