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FS: Blowout of the last Incotex/Zegna's I have....

Discussion in 'B&S Archive' started by edmorel, Oct 7, 2006.

  1. edmorel

    edmorel Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    OK, everything that follows is $60 shipped US & Canada (light grey flannels or $95 shipped). Europe & Asia add $8. They are all made by Incotex, a few are Zegna. There is also a Ralph Lauren blue label 95wool/5cashmere that is $55. I labeled the measurements W, C, K for waist, cuff opening and knee. They are unhemmed unless stated. Everything is FLAT FRONT. Make sure you scroll all the way to the bottom as there are some slightly imperfect Incotex cords that I am selling for $35 shipped US&Canada. I'll be in and out all day so I might take a while to get back to anyone.

    Size 34, 100% cotton, soft and year round weight. Buttoned back flap pockets. 34W, 8 1/4C, 9 1/2K
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    Light grey flannel, 100% wool. Unlined, j pockets, fall/winter weight. 34W,
    8 1/2C, 9 1/2K SOLD

    Zegna by Incotex. 100% cotton, but feels and drapes like mid weight wool. Very nice and dressier than typical cotton pants. 34W, 9C, 10 1/2K SOLD

    Heavy twill 100% cotton. Perfect for the upcoming cold weather. No belt loops, side adjusters. Kind of a slate blue color, lighter than navy. 34W, 8 1/2C, 9 1/2K SOLD


    Ralph Lauren Flannel 95wool/5cashmere. These are new with tags but I had them hemmed as I was going to keep them. 34W, 9C, 10 1/2K. They have a 29 1/2 inseam with 2 inch cuffs. If you take the cuffs off, hemmed inseam goes to 31 1/2 plus three inches of fabric inside. SOLD


    Zegna by Incotex 100% wool. Fabric has a great feel and weave to it. I have these in 34. On the 34, 8 5/8C, 10 1/4K.
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    Olive twill trousers, year round weight. 34W, 8 1/2C, 10K SOLD

    Heavy twill navy cords. Button fly. 34W, 8 3/4C, 10K SOLD


    Here start the imperfects. I tried taking the best pics I could of the imperfections. I photgraphed what I thought are the most visible ones, but assume that there are others. No rips or tears and most of these will be almost unnoticable when you wear the pants. Please ask any questions on them. They are all wearable, but more for futzing around on weekends then for a work/business casual environment.

    Navy, very fine wale, mid weight cords. Some creasing where it does not belong and a pulled thread. 32W, 8C, 9K.SOLD


    Rust colored winter cords. Some "antiquing" at the knees and a 2 1/2 pull, another very small pull (1/2 inch) at the bottom of the left leg. First pic is most accurate color representation. 30W, 7 7/8C, 8 7/8K SOLD


    These are brown and have some very slight fade lines on the left knee which I could not photograph well. They are a 36 and hemmed at 30 1/2 inches with a 1 1/2 inch cuff. 8 5/8C, 9 7/8K SOLD

    I love these but they are not the most practical. 100% wool flannel, lined, jean cut, orange/peach melange. They have a slight pull at the bottom of the left leg which given the weave of the melange, is almost unnoticable. I'm thinking sneakers and a long sleeve cashmere polo or v neck with these.
    32W, 7 3/4C, 8 3/4 knee
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  2. Vintage Gent

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    PM sent. Thanks, Ed.
     

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