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Wouldn't wear it but it looks well-made.
 

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Doesn't look good to me... None of the jackets seem to fit the model correctly. Is it supposed to be inexpensive or something?
 

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I was surprised I couldn't find any threads with info/feedback on their wares either. I'd been eyeing one of their double breasted flannel jackets all season and finally succumbed and grabbed one off their site at about 60% off. On it's way to me now, I'll report back with details once I've got it in about a week or so.

I've specifically wanted a mid/light grey db flannel blazer that straddled the fence between a professional odd jacket and casual. Even better, since I have an irrational dislike for the standard 2x6 with the top pair at nipple position, this one being a 2x2 fit the bill perfectly: The lapels strike me as a great balance between trim and and wide (I'd prefer them a smidge wider) and the patch pockets definitely help make the grey more casual. Can't wait to get it!

 

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