I am reluctantly selling my nearly new Sartoria Cantarelli sport coat because it's just too short. I have many beautiful sport coats, but the fabric on this one is my absolute favorite. That's why I really wanted it to work, but I need a longer coat. I had the sleeves altered and have worn it exactly twice. In brand new condition. $475 --> $450 --> $425 -- $400 -- $385. Not cheap, but if it fits you, worth every penny. Details: Marked size 38, but probably should be marked a short. Three-button, rolling to two. The two lower pockets are patch. Unlined, except in the shoulders/sleeves. Incredibly comfortable. Double vent. Made in Italy. EDIT: At the suggestion of another member, given how slim the coat is, I've added size 36 to the title. Fabric: 71% virgin wool; 25% cotton; 4% cashmere. I would describe it the weight as as thick as a flannel, but not nearly as heavy. Probably because of the cotton. Measurements: Arm pit to arm pit: 19.5 Shoulder seam to shoulder seam: 17 7/8" Waist (across middle button) 18.25 Shoulder to cuff: 23" (with about 1.5" folded under). Non-working buttonholes. Length, measured from bottom of collar 28". Pictures: The picture with the sleeve buttons and the one of the interior are the most accurate representations of the colors. It reality, it's a bit brighter light and dark blue than comes across on any of the photos. It's not gray, the way it looks in the last two pictures.