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Hanson, Limited Edition Men's Wool/Linen Soft Blazer
Hanson, Limited Edition Men's Wool/Linen Soft Blazer
Hanson, Limited Edition Men's Wool/Linen Soft Blazer
Hanson, Limited Edition Men's Wool/Linen Soft Blazer
Hanson, Limited Edition Men's Wool/Linen Soft Blazer
Hanson, Limited Edition Men's Wool/Linen Soft Blazer
Hanson, Limited Edition Men's Wool/Linen Soft Blazer
Hanson, Limited Edition Men's Wool/Linen Soft Blazer
Hanson, Limited Edition Men's Wool/Linen Soft Blazer
Hanson, Limited Edition Men's Wool/Linen Soft Blazer

Hanson, Limited Edition Men's Wool/Linen Soft Blazer

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Hanson, Limited Edition Men's Wool/Linen Soft Blazer

Description

Our Italian Linen Blazers are tailored by our workshop with half-canvas construction using traditional horse hair and hand sewing of interior. Hand stitched finish in collar and closure of armhole. Genuine Tagua Nut (Corozo) buttons. Fully matched pattern throughout. Custom grade quality.

Onsloe Curator 

Our wool/linen sport coats are cut from fabric woven in Italy by the master weaver Tessuti di Sondrio. By blending wool with linen, we combine the luxurious hand and structure of fine wool with the more rustic feel of linen. The perfect hybrid to take you from early Spring to early Fall. The soft wrinkles will put you squarely in the Italian mindset of casual elegance.

Details

5 interior pockets. Functioning sleeve button holes and pick-stitching throughout.

Content 

51% Wool and 49% Linen woven in Italy by Tessuti di Sondrio. Small Batch Weaving.

Warranty 

3-Year "Wear-No Tear"

Delivery 

As we make every single piece just for you, please allow 10 working days for our tailors to complete your order, and an additional 4 days for transit. 

Care Instructions

Dry Clean Only 

Returns 

30 days free return on all orders. NOTE! Personal monogram voids return privileges.

 

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