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NWT $600 Eidos Cream Thick Knit Fishermen's sweater XL [new old stock]

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by pi34, Mar 25, 2016.

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  1. pi34

    pi34 Senior member

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    NWT $600 Eidos Cream Thick Knit Fishermen's sweater XL [new old stock]

    Open to offers. Bought this for myself, and I like it / it looks OK on me, but it really doesn't do any favors for me [typically wear a size M]

    80% wool
    20% nylon polyamide

    Measurements

    24" PTP
    26.5" Len [bottom of collar, collar is ~2.5"] [stretches to roughly 28" when hanging / tugged a little]
    37" Sleeve [26.5" top edge of sleeve to shoulder seam + 9.5" center seam to yoke]
    26.5+9.5

    Message with any and all questions

    Asking $300 includes CONUS shipping.
     
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    TtownMD Senior member

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    So chest circumference is 48 inch for this? Is it slim fit? Like lupo polo.
     
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    It's on the slimmer end for an XL.

    That is without tugging it at all and it laying flat. If you pull on the fabric gently, the pit to pit can go up to 25.5-26"... the fabric has a good amount of weight.

    I typically wear a 40s in ISAIA/EIDOS [remove 1/4" from end of sleeve or so] and this is how it fits me. I can try to take better pictures later or of it on my mannequin [size 40]

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    Correction: Technically NWOT I suppose.  I have the tags, but they are detached from the garment at this point.

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    Lovely pictures & info I just bought Isaia heavy weight sweater xl do they fit the same? Or dose Isaia run snug? Any way will have better idea soon. Thank you for your input.
     
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    TBH - I'm not certain. Most ISAIA and EIDOS have similar cuts. I usually wear a 40-50 and M (although the thinner sweaters I sometimes size up on...). I have an ISAIA shawl neck in a L and it fits a little more snug than the EIDOS above. Based on that, I assume it fits very similar to a comparable ISAIA sweater.

    I saw these two ISAIA sweaters today. Bought the black one. Haven't tried it on yet. Supposedly a medium. The brown one is supposedly an XL. I didn't see any size tags on them.

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    I can tell you once it comes in based upon what you told me L would work for both of us.
     
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    OK. LMK. Have a good weekend in the meantime
     
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    Hey bud thank you for your input & help I think L would be better fit. At least in Isaia I take L.
     
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