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BNWT Size 34 Flat-front Slim Made-in-Italy Trousers (Best for 32-34)

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by cioni2k, Feb 5, 2013.

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  1. cioni2k

    cioni2k Senior member

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    Hi all,

    Clearing out the closet. Doesn't look like I'll have the chance to wear these, and/or get to my tailor for a hem, so my loss is your gain. Picked these up at Daffy's on Madison Ave before they went out of business this past year. Surprisingly great quality, well tailored (which is often the case with these lesser-known Italian Brands sold at Daffys). Here is the breakdown:

    Brand: Dellachiana
    MSRP $96.00
    Brand-new with all tags
    Made-in-Italy
    Tagged Size 34 (Slim-fit, would work for 32-34)
    Flat-front
    Clasp front (w/ secondary button closure)
    Slim-fit
    Currently 1" Cuff at current inseam length
    70% Wool

    Measurements:
    Waist: 34"
    Length: 33.5" (Plenty of room to hem shorter)
    Hem: 7.5"

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    $50 OBO Shipped CONUS.
     

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    UltraMagnetical Senior member

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    70% wool? whats the rest?
     
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    cioni2k Senior member

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    Hi,

    The breakdown is:

    73% Wool
    26% Nylon
    1% Lycra

    Has a great wool/flannel texture feel to it.

    Thanks!
    Dan
     
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