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Further DROP! SAVILE ROW - NEW GIEVES AND HAWKES Tweed Sportscoat

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by KinginMacbeth, Nov 6, 2011.

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  1. KinginMacbeth

    KinginMacbeth Active Member

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    Brand new without tags grey tweed sportscoat. Stunning Savile row quality. Tweed is a really beautiful rough heavy complex grey. The perfect winter sportscoat. Built to last.
    Single breasted, single vent, two button, 4 button cuffs.

    $220
    38R

    Shoulder (seam to seam) 18.5 inches
    chest (armpit to armpit) 18 inches
    length (collar base to bottom, along center back) 30.5 inches
    sleeves (shoulder seam to cuff) 26 inches
     
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  2. ipter

    ipter New Member

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    Could you confirm the chest measurement? 18" seems quite small for a 38 with 18.5" shoulder.
     
  3. KinginMacbeth

    KinginMacbeth Active Member

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    I'll check for you. Coat has a nice shape and should fit a slim 38 very well.
     
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    KinginMacbeth Active Member

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    With jacket laid flat, armpit seam to armpit seam is 18.1 inches.
     
  5. kwv07

    kwv07 Senior member

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    Are you actually measuring from the visible seam that goes down the side of the jacket, or from the actual armpit?
     
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