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Freeing Some Hangers: The Sportcoat Sale (All Approx. US38/EU 48)

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by heldentenor, Dec 13, 2015.

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  1. heldentenor

    heldentenor Senior member

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    For sale are four sportcoats that I part with only because they duplicate what I've already got too closely and I need to make some room. Additional photos, information, et al gladly given upon request. All prices include shipping in the USA.


    1) Canali sportcoat in a 60% wool/40% linen blend. Beautiful spring/summer weight cloth. Patch pockets, 3/8 lined. Unaltered except for sleeve finishing, and in perfect condition with no flaws.

    Measurements:
    Shoulder: 18 inches
    P2P: 20.5 inches
    BOC: 30 inches
    Sleeve: 24 inches

    Asking $125. $100

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    2) Belvest glen plaid sportcoat in a lightweight 100% wool. 3-roll-2 lapels, 3/8 lined. Ideal for summer. Completely unaltered and in perfect condition with no flaws.

    Measurements:
    Shoulder: 17.5 inches
    P2P: 20 inches
    BOC: 29 inches
    Sleeve: 23.5 inches

    Asking $200. SOLD!

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    3) Luigi Bianchi Mantova for Ledbury brown houndstooth with rust overcheck sportcoat in a lightweight wool blend. Unlined and unstructured. Supremely comfortable; it feels almost weightless when worn. Unaltered except for sleeve finishing, and in perfect condition with no flaws.

    Measurements:
    Shoulder: 18 inches
    P2P: 20.5 inches
    BOC: 29 inches
    Sleeve: 24 inches

    Asking $200. SOLD!

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    4) Samuelsohn green barleycorn sportcoat. Fully lined. Soft shoulders. Has been tailored carefully and is free of flaws. Will miss this one most of all, but it's got too much competition from other green SCs that I wear more often.

    Measurements:
    Shoulder: 17.5 inches
    P2P: 19.75 inches
    BOC: 28.5 inches
    Sleeve: 23.5 inches

    Asking $150. SOLD!

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  2. losrockets

    losrockets Senior member

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    Wish you were a size 40.. these are great.
     
  3. clee1982

    clee1982 Senior member

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    Dumb questions are these originally 38 or 36
     
  4. heldentenor

    heldentenor Senior member

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    All are originally 38 except the Samuelsohn, which is tagged a 40.
     
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    clee1982 Senior member

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    Great px by the way
     
  6. heldentenor

    heldentenor Senior member

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    Thanks man--all are still available.
     
  7. MSchapiro

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    It looks like the Samuelsohn has roped shoulders?
     
  8. heldentenor

    heldentenor Senior member

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    Kinda looks that way, but they are natural shoulders--no padding but a bit of structure.
     
  9. LateToTheParty7

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    I agree. They are quite good looking but wouldn't fit me either.
     
  10. dazedstate

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    Man I wish the Belvest was a little longer
     
  11. tonup277

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    hi - are the arm holes considered high/snug, or more 'conservative'?
     
  12. heldentenor

    heldentenor Senior member

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    Of the remaining jackets, the Belvest has the highest armholes, with the Ledbury/LBM and the Canali having more "middle of the road" armholes. None are super high like some aggressively-cut contemporary brands, but they aren't droopy, either.
     
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