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My guess is that it's going to fit like a Havana. Looking at it though it doesn't seem like it'd keep you very warm on a very cold day, though.
I'll never get why SuSu doesn't list the fabric weight for coats. That's kind of an essential thing to know when you order online.
 

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I'll never get why SuSu doesn't list the fabric weight for coats. That's kind of an essential thing to know when you order online.
It is pretty daft indeed, but currently you can check out the weight for most fabrics from the Custom Made tab. When you select the Custom Made coat option then there it details the weight of the fabric.
 

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Good to know. This is what I figured.
I also recommend sizing up if you want to wear a jacket underneath. Especially since their coats are pretty short and slim.

You can lengthen the coat by using their custom made program, but from what I understand it's only a maximum of +4 cm.
 

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I also recommend sizing up if you want to wear a jacket underneath. Especially since their coats are pretty short and slim.

You can lengthen the coat by using their custom made program, but from what I understand it's only a maximum of +4 cm.
Helpful!
 

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Heck, I'd recommend sizing up if you wanted to wear a t-shirt under the coats. There are some of those coats that have smaller dimensions than suits of that same size. It is honestly rather ridiculous.
 

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anyone know if the in store custom program allows for a 3 roll 2 configuration and a center vent instead of side vents? looking for some classic american features...
 

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anyone know if the in store custom program allows for a 3 roll 2 configuration and a center vent instead of side vents? looking for some classic american features...
It does, but you do not get the American style buttoning as tnat has more of a 3 roll 2.5 buttoning.
 

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Does anyone own a Traveller suit? I purchased the Navy Blue Single and Double breasted suits on 3/11/19 and both suits are ripping at the seams under the arm pits. Has anyone had this issue? Do you think Suitsupply would do something about it?
 

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Does anyone own a Traveller suit? I purchased the Navy Blue Single and Double breasted suits on 3/11/19 and both suits are ripping at the seams under the arm pits. Has anyone had this issue? Do you think Suitsupply would do something about it?
I had a traveller suit—a sales associate told me they were a wardrobe essential, and I was gullible. The fabric isn’t comfortable or sturdy, which are the features I want in a travel garment. I doubt the company will remedy your problem, but it costs nothing to ask.
 

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Does anyone own a Traveller suit? I purchased the Navy Blue Single and Double breasted suits on 3/11/19 and both suits are ripping at the seams under the arm pits. Has anyone had this issue? Do you think Suitsupply would do something about it?
You should definitely ask. SuitSupply stores generally have tailors on hand, so they may be able to mend this for you.
 

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I had a traveller suit—a sales associate told me they were a wardrobe essential, and I was gullible. The fabric isn’t comfortable or sturdy, which are the features I want in a travel garment. I doubt the company will remedy your problem, but it costs nothing to ask.
I bought it under the assumption it won't wrinkle easily when I travel with it by throwing it into my suitcase. So far it has done its job. Other than being my literal travel suit I don't really wear it. It's very heavy fabric without the redeeming qualities of being a heavy fabric which I'm not a fan of. Also, I regret that it has no lining.
 

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It's just disappointing, to say the least. It seems like the Traveller has a very short shelf life compared to their other suits. Definitely would not purchase this fabric again. Complete waste of money, in my opinion.
 

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