Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by LA Guy, Jun 24, 2008.
Just ordered a navy classico!
Ben, is that a typo where it says the waist of the trousers is 38 inches for a 42L suit???? The Granoro waist was 35.5. Is this right?
So for Canadian buyers this means the 18% Duty plus applicable Sales Tax could be added. I notice for international it indicates shipping via USPS/FedEx - please do not send via FedEx as they add additional extortionist brokerage fees ($50-$75), whereas via USPS no such fee.
Here in BC we are looking at approx $700-705 including all taxes, shipping etc. Been quite happy with my last two Granoro suits though they came quite a bit cheaper (lucked out with customs).
At $700...thinking....thinking - still worth it gentlemen?
By the way we also did get in more matching odd trousers, and some sizes of the suits are not yet online including eu56R and eu56L. Plus we also got in some of the Benjamin tuxedos too.
If you do need us to switch trouser size for the suits it is likely we can accomodate you - just email us first to confirm!
Third! Glad all that thread sitting finally paid off.
Could very well be a typo (I would imagine). Unfortunately I'm not there but will have someone check on Monday for you.
I ordered the new suit knowing it'd be sold out quickly, but noticed that the Classico trouser waist size for 36S is a 31? I hope that's some form of typo because the Granoro's waist was a 29.
Fourth! Looking forward to this. I like the low button stance and sort of RLPL look.
EDIT: just realized maybe I should have gone with a L instead of R (I usually have 30+ inch length)
Ordered a medium grey Classico. So glad these are back in stock ... thank you!
Placed an order as well but interested on this.
29 seems pretty tight for a 36. I think I have a pretty good build for a 36 but there's no way I would fit into a 29" pant.
38R Navy all gone???
I ordered a 36R but the site still has 38R listed as in stock.
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