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Benjamin Sartorial 38R Charcoal Granoro Suit - NWT - Super 140s

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by ggtk, Aug 14, 2013.

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  1. ggtk

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    Never worn or tailored 38R Benjamin Sartorial Charcoal Granoro fit suit with tags still on it. $400 shipped or make an offer in the local NY/NJ/CT area.

    $525 retail: http://www.ehaberdasher.com/servlet/the-15430/Benjamin-Sartorial-Suit-cln--38R/Detail - this is for the Classico but measurements appear to be the same.

    Color: Solid charcoal gray
    Fabric: 100% Super 140's Wool
    Weight: Year round
    Model: Slimmer 2-Button Granoro model with notch lapels
    Outer pockets: Welt chest & 2 flapped besom
    Interior pockets: 5 including 2 chest "passport pockets", pen pocket, and lower ticket pockets
    Lining: Full
    Vents: 2
    Sleeve buttons: Unattached - can be made functional by your tailor
    Chest: 41"
    Shoulders: 17.6"
    Sleeve length: 25.5"
    Length from bottom of collar: 29"

    Pleats: None (Flat Front)
    Closure: Zip fly & triple button tab and clip
    Waist details: Split V-back, inner curtained waistband, belt keeper loop
    Pockets: Front off seam, fob, and button welt back pockets
    Lining: To knee
    Trouser waist: 32"
    Hem Inseam: 36" Unfinished
    Rise: 10.5"
    Leg width at bottom: 8.1"

    Again this suit has never been worn except being tried on in the house. I was going to use this as an interview suit, but ended up getting an older suit tailored instead.


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