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Eidos Napoli 38R Tenero Blue Slub Herringbone

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  1. soaped

    soaped Senior member

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    Eidos Napoli 38R Tenero Blue Slub Herringbone. Have one more for sale. This one was worn once. 38R. Tag says fabric is 50 wool, 30 silk, 20 linen. Tenero model. Please note that this is not a navy jacket. It's a medium blue with a slub texture. Measurements - Chest - 20.25" Shoulders ~ 17.33" Waist ~ 18.33" Length (BOC) - 29" Sleeves - 24" $200 shipped CONUS. Will come with lapel pin, no hanger. Sak's is selling this exact same jacket (listed as micro-herringbone but it is clearly not) - Here [​IMG] [​IMG]
     

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    only if it was 36...
     


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    The Tenero does fit slim. I had to size up from my regular size on this cut.
     


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    That's an incredible price for a versatile SC. If I weren't a 40 in Tenero...
     


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