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Blue stuff for you-Suit, SC and Jacket

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by gyasih, Feb 21, 2016.

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  1. gyasih

    gyasih Senior member

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    Hey Gents selling some overflow and providing a shot to own some good stuffs

    David Reeves-Pre-Owned measures like 38/39L-$200
    I have never worn it, purchased from David's sample sale several years ago, shoulders are too small. This is a full canvassed suit. Selling for a lot less than what I paid. There is a small hole, on the rear of the jacket, that I just noticed,

    Jacket-functional sleeve buttons, two slant and one ticket pocket.
    Chest 20.5" (underarm to underarm)
    Shoulder 16.75-17" (seam-to-seam, across the back)
    Sleeve 27"
    Length 31.25" (from bottom of collar)

    Pants-Dual pleated, brace buttons, single rear pocket and side adjuster waist.
    Inseam 31" 1.25" cuff
    Leg Opening 8"
    Waist 32.0" (+1.5" to increase waist)
    Rise 13.25"


    MP Massimo Piombo (By Kiton)-100% Linen 3 button jacket, unstructured, unlined, no canvassing and no rear vent-$300
    Chest 22" (underarm to underarm)
    Shoulder 17.75" (seam-to-seam, across the back)
    Sleeve 26.25"
    Length 29" (from bottom of collar)
     
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    razl Senior member

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    That Eidos hopsack is the perfect all-round navy jacket. If I didn't have two navy hopsack already I'd be all over that.
     
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    gyasih Senior member

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    I don't think people realize how STAPLE that piece is.
     
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