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NWT Polo Ralph Lauren Navy Blazer (Made by Corneliani) size 37 R - a staple piece in rare size

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by A Guy from Shanghai, Oct 5, 2011.

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  1. A Guy from Shanghai

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    Price includes shipping within domestic US. Canada/Overseas will be more at my cost. Brand new with tag in perfect condition. Model: POLO IV. Made in Italy by Corneliani Color: Solid Navy. Material: 100% wool. SB3B beautifully rolled to 2.5. Dual vents. Minimal shoulder padding. High armhole. Ticket pocket. Fully lined. Brass buttons. Size 37R. - A very rare size. I am still on the fence about selling this coat. It's a true staple for each and every gentleman. So if I don't sell this at my asking price, I will just keep it. :) Measurements: (approximately) Shoulder: 17.75" (straight across the back from shoulder seam to shoulder seam) Chest: 19.75"-20" (pit to pit) Length: 30" (from bottom of the collar) Sleeve Length: 24.5" (at least 1" material tucked underneath) [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     

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    Very cool. if it were a bit longer I'd probably buy it.
     


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    Gorgeous. Definitely my exact size (save for maybe sleeve length). Would totally pick up if I didn't just snag a Sportcoat the other day on FS. GL!
     


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    gah. wish that were a 2 button. :fu:
     


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    How is this not sold yet?
     


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    the extra button. if not, it would be on its way to nashville. ;)
     


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    I kinda dig the extra button. Its got a perfect roll on the lapel. With the slim silhouette it looks great! I wish I didnt buy so much shit in the past month.
     


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    Yup, three roll two is very nice.
     


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