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NWT Zegna (Swiss-made) Trofeo tropical wool sport coat, EU50

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by Stavros, Jul 13, 2014.

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    Two button, dual vents, single breasted, lined. Made in Switzerland (Swiss-made Zegna is considered the highest quality among Zegna's top line). Construction is impeccable. Condition is brand new with tags (all pockets basted etc).

    Fabric is 100% tropical wool, good for Spring/Summer/Fall. Pattern is a micro houndstooth (black on white background), which appears light grey from a few feet. There is a subtle overlying navy and green windowpane. Very classy and versatile pattern.

    Milano cut, so expect minimal shoulder padding, high armhole, slimmer arms, pinched waist. More contemporary than the more traditional (and, to some, somewhat boxy) Roma cut.

    Tagged size is EU50L, but I'd say it's a standard US40R, unless you like your jackets short on your torso. I'm 6.1 and it wears like a standard regular.

    Measurements:

    Shoulders, across the back: 18.5 inches
    Chest: 21 inches
    Waist: 19.5 inches
    Length, across the back (bottom of collar to back hem): 31 inches
    Arms (shoulder to hem): 25 inches
     

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