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FS: Longhi Reversible Blue Suede A1 Jacket Size 50 Was $2,400

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by beyondmars2020, Nov 22, 2015.

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  1. beyondmars2020

    beyondmars2020 Senior member

    Jun 29, 2010
    This is a truly stunning piece; unfortunately my photos don't do it justice. It's made by Longhi, a top-quality Italian manufacturer (in)famous for the 'tubo' belts.

    This jacket is in the classic A1 style with dark blue ribbed collar, hem and cuffs. The remainder of the jacket is made from suede, unlined and finished on both sides so that you can either have the napped or plain finished side facing out. The pockets are ingeniously done so the flaps can be pushed through either way, and the front has buttons on both sides.

    It's beautifully soft, and of outstanding quality with hand-sewn bar-tacks in high stress areas. It was the equivalent of $2400 new from a shop in Milan, and is in good condition - there's just a small amount of sunlight-induced colour fade.

    It's tagged as an Italian 50 but would suit a UK / US 38. Measurements are as follows:

    Pit to pit 20.5"
    Length top of collar to hem 28"
    Sleeve 26"

    Price: $350 shipped in CONUS.
    Sold as-is. All sales final.
  2. razl

    razl Senior member

    Aug 10, 2009
    United States of America v4.0
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