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$1595 NWT Canali Sportcoat at 80% off Size 38R / 40R , spring summer weight *CHEAP*

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Green Gloves

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Jan 24, 2010
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I am incredibly sad to have sell this Canali jacket that I bought from forum member jrd617. It just doesn't fit me well at all. I envy whoever gets this jacket it is probably the finest jacket I have touched and put on (limited experience with blazers). I have only tried it on. Nothing has changed.

Details taken from previous thread: http://www.styleforum.net/t/292383/drop-1595-nwt-canali-sportcoat-at-80-off-size-38r-40r-spring-summer-weight#post_5297324

Up for sale is a NWT Canali sportcoat. It would make a terrific addition for the upcoming warm weather. The fabric is a wool, linen, silk blend. The pattern is navy and white houndstooth.

-Made in Italy by Canali (see tag)
-Great spring/summer weight fabric with a slightly slubby texture (35% wool Super 140S / 55% linen / 10% silk)
-Wool content makes it wrinkle resistant
-Navy and white houndstooth pattern
-Soft shoulder with minimal padding (see pictures below)
-High armholes
-Two-button stance
-Double vents
-Half-lined with Rayon Cupro Bemberg

This jacket has a slubby fabric, and its rough texture is intentional.

Approximate measurements:

Shoulders from seam to seam: 18
Chest pit to pit: 21.25
Sleeve from seam to cuff: 25.25 (with material to let out)
Jacket Length from BOC: 30.25

Notes about me: I am 5'8" 152. The issues with fit in regards to me is that the shoulders were a bit too wide with too much dip. I need a jacket that is also about 2 inches shorter from BOC.

I have a 39" Chest. I would say if you had a 41" Chest I think this would fit great with barely a need for chest compression!

I am looking for $325 shipped as a gift or add 4% for personal payment. I just got this 3 weeks ago! I bought it for $335.


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I would say if you had a 41" Chest I think this would fit great with barely a need for chest compression!
So if I need CPR the jacket will do the compressions for me?!

Seriously though, this is an awesome jacket!
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