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Brooks Brothers 1818 Madison Saxxon Navy Herringbone Suit

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by Booter, Aug 7, 2011.

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  1. Booter

    Booter Senior member

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    Made in USA
    100% Saxxon Wool
    Retail $1098

    Madison Fit
    2 Button
    Navy Herringbone
    Center Vent
    Pleated Trousers
    Unfinished Sleeves includes all buttons

    Shoulder: 18"
    Chest (P2P): 20"
    Length (BOC): 30.25"
    Sleeve : 25"
    Jacket At Top Button: 18.25"
    Jacket At Bottom: 20.50"

    Trouser Waist: 15" + ~1" on each side
    Inseam: 37" Unfinished
    Front Rise: 11"
    Leg Opening: 8.875"

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  2. Steve Smith

    Steve Smith Senior member

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    The Saxxon material adds $200 to the price of an 1818 suit. It is a very rich fabric. Flat front pants and a nice price. This shouldn't last long.
     
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    pants are pleated on this one, but yes, I agree with your sentiments.
     
  4. othertravel

    othertravel Senior member

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    I think this could pass as a 38R as well.
     
  5. Booter

    Booter Senior member

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    I agree with this.
     
  6. wpeters

    wpeters Senior member

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    If you come across a tagged 38R, please post or PM me - these are great suits at a more than fair price.
     
  7. TedW

    TedW Active Member

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    Saxxon wool is key with the BB 1818 range. Great opportunity for buyers at this price.
     
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  9. Booter

    Booter Senior member

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    To those who've been asking, this suit is still available.
     
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  10. bbhues

    bbhues Well-Known Member

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    Apologies ahead of time for dumb questions. But how would a 36R Madison compare to a 38R Fitz? I have Fitz's in 38R that I would prefer to be a tad shorter, but the 30-waist on a 36R Madison bothers me. Also, I wonder how the cut on a 36R would be (I prefer slimmer, between Milano and Fitz). Would sizing down to 36 make for a slimmer (and shorter) fit, or just look awkward?
     
  11. Booter

    Booter Senior member

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    1 sold, 1 more left.
     
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