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NWT Oxxford Wool Trousers Charcoal Size 33 - 34 Retail $600+

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by jreigen, Jul 8, 2013.

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  1. jreigen

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    Just picked up this pair of brand new with tags Oxxford wool trousers. They are tagged size 33, but measure more like a 34. Oxxford makes some of the absolute finest trousers in the world and from what I've seen retail prices typically start around $600 and go way up from there. Not certain of the retail on these, but the are truly fantastic. Wardrobe staple charcoal grey, flat front, silky smooth 3-4 season weight wool. Unaltered, bottoms are still basted and ready to be hemmed as needed. Asking $159 including USPS Priority to the US, pm for shipping elsewhere.

    In my opinion they are a true charcoal gray color, the flash lightened them up a bit in the close up pictures.

    W = 17.25
    R = 10.25
    I = 37
    LO = 8.5

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