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FINAL DROPS!! BNWT - Canali Sportcoat (44R drop 8)

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by DGstyles, Apr 22, 2012.

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  1. DGstyles

    DGstyles Senior member

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    All Items Sold. Thank you.
     
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    Snidely Whiplash Senior member

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    Hello, how confident are you in your measurements of the Burberry sportcoat? It seems very small for a 44R. I normally wear a size 40, and have a similar Burberry made in Portugal sportcoat...

    Canalis also usually run large, so I would be very surprised to see a 44R Canali with those measurements.
     
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    Snidely Whiplash Senior member

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    BTW I checked, and my Burberry sportcoat is a size 52 (I presume = 42 US)...
     
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    DGstyles Senior member

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    Hi Snidely,

    The Burberry fits relatively slim, closer to a 42.

    The Canali lines usually are truer to size, depending on which model/series you are looking at. This sportcoat just runs a tad slimmer than the norm. The shoulders and chest on this are more for a 44/54, while the body is tapered a bit more. I wouldn't, however, consider it for a 42, unless you have wider/thicker shoulders.
     
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