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Final cuts -- Black Brooks' Golden Fleece Pants - LP Super 160s - Size 34

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    Prices include first class shipping. PayPal only. Feel free to make me an offer if you want to buy multiple pairs.

    3)Brooks Brothers Golden Fleece. Black. Basically the same pants as the charcoal pair above, but they don't have the Super 160s Loro Piana fabric label -- but they feel the same, are made in Italy and have the same handwork and pick stitching. Double-reverse pleat and cuffed. Waist 34; inseam: 3025." $60 --> $55 --> $52 --> $50 -- $47 --> $42 --> $37

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    7)Now a couple of casual pairs: Hickey Freeman black pants. Double-reverse pleated and cuffed. Made of cotton, linen and viscose. Waist 34; inseam 30. $40 --$35 --> $32 --> $30.

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    FOLLOWING PAIRS ARE SOLD:

    1)First up, Ralph Lauren Purple Label, made in Italy, charcoal in a light-weight wool with a beautiful hand. Pick-stitching on the fly, pockets, etc. Double reverse pleats with cuffs. waist: 33"; inseam: 29". $65 --> $60. SOLD

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    2)Brooks Brothers Golden Fleece. Charcoal. Double reverse pleats with cuffs. Made in Italy of Loro Piana 15.5 micron wool (Super 160s). Amazing hand with lots of pick stitching and hand work.

    Currently $448 at Brooks. http://www.brooksbrothers.com/Golde...var_MJ00024_Color=BRWN&contentpos=1&cgid=021z

    Waist 33; inseam: 29.5". $65 SOLD

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    4)Brooks Brothers Silver Label gray flannel pants. Double FORWARD pleats and cuffed. Made in Canada. The silver label line was Brooks highest-end line, used in between the times the times when Makers and Golden Fleece were used to denote the top end of the Brooks line. Waist 34.25"; inseam: 30.25". $45 --> $40 --> $38 SOLD

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    5)Brooks Brothers Golden Fleece gray flannel pants. FLAT FRONT and cuffed. The real deal, from Brooks' finest years. Waist: 33"; inseam 29.75". Made in the US. Beautiful construction and nice hand, with a flannel that is not too thick for Atlanta. $50. SOLD

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    6)Brooks Brothers charcoal calvary twill pants. Double-reverse pleated with cuffs. They don't have a country of origin label, but I had these same pants in navy and tan and they were made in Italy. First-class construction and a bit softer hand than the typical twill pant. Waist: 34: inseam: 30.25" $45.
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    8)Bills M2 khakis. Flat Front with no cuffs. Legs have been tapered to 8.5". Waist 34: inseam: 29.75. $35. SOLD

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    Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks.
     
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    5/13 -- Cuts on all remaining pairs.
     


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    6/27 cuts. Golden Fleece pants now only $50.
     


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    Final cut. Now $37.
     
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