Historically this sort of cuff on my suit sleeve goes back a long way but it was perfected by two of the best dressed gentlemen in NYC during the 1950s, co-proprietors of a high end clothing company and by another company out of California who also sold in the very best stores in NYC during the 1960s-70s. It was adopted by Brooks Brothers exactly how you see it pictured above as the best version of the turnback cuff for the suit sleeve. Can you name names for once in your life? Who were these "best dressed gentlemen"? Night club owners? Yeah, and on Savile Row, too. This makes no sense. The Flusser cuff is phony because it has a seam whereas yours is correct because it is a sewn on seperate piece? Wouldn't that have to have a seam too? Translation, "I admit that Tarmac is right." You are the first person I have ever come accross to express concern about the silhouette of his sleeves and to assert that they needed slimming.