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Eidos blue flannel suit 50R

WhyUEarly

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Eidos blue flannel suit 50R - Eidos flannel suit Antonio Ciongoli era

Eidos flannel suit in Balthazar cut, Size 50R. Full canvas made in Italy. Worn as part of a suit rotation for 2 winters. $400 shipped CONUS. Easily worn as separates. Complex blue melange fabric that is hard to photograph. No alterations except plain hem to 31.5" inseam.

Measurements:
Shoulders: 18"
Sleeve: 25"
Pit to Pit: 21.5"

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Waist: 35"
Inseam: 31"
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Question for you on this - is it tagged 50R? I'm asking because I have another Edios 50R jacket that is sadly too small - but your measurements seem larger than that one. Thanks!
 

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Ah, that's probably it - not the same cut, the other is Lorenzo, so that's probably it.
 

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