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Trouser Clearout - 32" Gieves & Hawkes, Barbuto, Pakeman Catto

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by SimonC, Feb 19, 2016.

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    1. Four pairs of Gieves & Hawkes ready-to-wear odd trousers, tagged as a 32 and fit TTS, inseam should be about 35" so plenty of potential to cuff etc. Used but good condition

    A. Tropical wool grey (flat front) sold
    B. Tropical wool tan (single pleat) sold
    C. Navy linen (single pleat)
    D. Micro houndstooth grey wool with a napped / flannel finish (ff) sold

    All £15 each plus shipping

    2. Two pairs of Barbuto Italian-made trousers (best quality, £300+ retail price). Literally worn twice, tagged a 48 so 32" waist and about a 35" inseam

    A. Brushed cotton Prince of Wales in a mixed brown with a blue overcheck on hold
    B. Dark brown corduroy on hold

    £40 each plus shipping

    3. Rake (made by the old Kilgour makers in Italy, lots of handsewing) in a mulberry colour, wool cotton blend BNWT. I think these are about a 31" waist and unhemmed

    £35 plus shipping

    4. Pakeman Catto and Carter flamingo pink cotton canvas (Brisbane Moss, trousers are made in the UK too) NWOT. 32" waist and I hemmed

    £30 plus shipping
     

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