I'm having second thoughts about the fit of a couple sport coats I bought at the Paul Stuart sample sale. They are great fabrics and designs, but I just don't think they fit me well as you will see from the pics. They are all Canadian-made sport coats retailing for $985. According to the pinch test and the three-distinct-layers test, they are all canvassed. Perhaps someone else can weigh in on that, too. All are nicely shaped jackets with light shoulder padding and tasteful waist suppression. That you cannot necessarily see that in each picture is more due to the way the jackets fit me. I bought most of them on the first day when sport coats were $325 and I've posted prices individually below. Measurements are done according to A Harris's ebay measurements guide (the chest is measured across the front of the jacket so you should double it to get the full size, length from bottom of collar to hem of jacket, etc) The first jacket is a neat casual jacket with some definite country details -- patch pockets with subdued leather piping around the pockets and under the collar. It is double vented and unlined and made in a wool/cashmere blend. The sleeves are unfinished in case you want to add working buttonholes. I really like this jacket and am really disappointed that it doesn't fit me. Marked size 37S. $299 Shoulder: 19.25 Length: 28.25 Sleeves: 23.75 (unfinished) Chest: 19.5 x 2 The second jacket is a herringbone fabric with alternating patterns of light brown and beige. Wool/cashmere blend. Double vents. Marked 38S. $199 Shoulder: 19.5 Length: 28.25 Sleeves: 24 Chest: 20 x 2 Third is a double-breasted blue blazer with peak lapels, double vents, and flap pockets. The fabric is a flannel wool/cashmere blend. The medium brown horn buttons aren't to my taste, but they could be rather easily replaced. Marked 38S. $199 Shoulder: 19.25 Length: 28.5 Sleeves: 24 Chest: 20.5 x 2 Let me know if you have any questions about these.