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Recent Samuelsohn Fall/Winter Wool-Cashmere Sportcoat. 40S

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by tonylamer, Oct 2, 2016.

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  1. tonylamer

    tonylamer Senior Member

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    I've tried to tailor this to fit, but it's 2" too short. This is a recent Samuelsohn wool-cashmere sportcoat. The piece is fully canvassed with dual vents. It has a 2-button closure, and it's completely lined. It's in excellent condition with no issues of any kind.

    The jacket is a true sportcoat, not the top 1/2 of a suit.

    It is tagged a 40 Short, and it fits and measures like a true 40S. Flat, it's approximately 21.5" in the chest, 18.5" in the shoulders, 24.75" from the right shoulder-seam to the right cuff, 25" from the left shoulder-seam to the left cuff, 21" in the waist, and 28.5" from the bottom of the back collar to the hem.

    The sleeves lack buttonholes of any kind. It will not be an issue to shorten them; there is no material to lengthen them, however.

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  2. clee1982

    clee1982 Distinguished Member

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    Wish it was smaller

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