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Anthony Sinclair Conduit Cut 3-Piece Suit Grey Sharkskin 40R 34/30

Anthony Sinclair Conduit Cut 3-Piece Suit Grey Sharkskin 40R 34/30


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Anthony Sinclair Conduit 3-Piece Suit Grey Sharkskin 40R 34/30 James Bond - Classic mid-grey 3-piece inspired by your favorite secret agent.

For your consideration is a grey sharkskin, three-piece suit from Anthony Sinclair (now Mason and Sons). This suit is cut in super 120s worsted wool in the famous conduit cut silhouette--the same cut Sean Connery wore as James Bond. The jacket has a ticket pocket and the sleeves have functioning button holes. The pants use side adjusters rather than belt loops and include buttons for braces (suspenders).

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