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Saint James Matelot Sweater Size 42 (Fits Small)

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by soaped, Feb 28, 2016.

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  1. soaped

    soaped Senior Member

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    Saint James Matelot Sweater Size 42 (Fits Small)

    NWOT. Tagged size is 42. These sweaters are designed to hug you and there is a good amount of stretch in the fabric. Nevertheless, they run small.

    Chest - 18"
    Length - 28"

    $50 shipped CONUS.
     

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    How would you describe the weight of this? A good spring sweater, you think?
     


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    I'd say medium weight, 60's weather.
     


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