Reviewed by David from Augusta,GA on Friday, June 14, 2013
Lindsay model from the old L series that is half canvas - definately NOT a 1500 suit but certailnly a 900 suit. Pick it up with a good 40% discount and it's a great deal. Contrary to other reviews, a half canvas will last as long as you need it... you'll get tired of it before it gets tired of you. I where suits 5 days a week and NOTHING beats a HF.. I have fully canvas and half canvas suits - both are premium suits and fits.
Reviewed by Andy in OKC from Oklahoma City, OK on Friday, January 4, 2013
This is not a "mainline" Hickey Freeman suit. It is one from their lower end "Hickey Freeman LTD" brand. Hickey Freeman mainline suits are either fully canvassed or half canvassed construction. That type of construction is the mark of a good suit, and helps insure the suit's longevity and that the lapels don't "bubble" over time. The LTD line of suits - indicated by the white label in the jacket and the lack of indicating what line it's from - e.g., Mahogany, M Series, etc... - is a fused jacket, basically meaning it's a glue job that will bubble and wear out quickly. While fused suits are fine for only a couple hundred bucks, when spending more than that I expect at least half canvassed quality. Would not reccomend this suit to anyone looking for something to keep a long time.
Reviewed by Paul from SE PA on Monday, December 24, 2012
Classy unit here at a super price. the color is a very blackish brown, with subtle medium blue window pane that's there but does not dominate (the pics here are quite accurate!). The fabric is nearly tropical weight, and not quite to the level of Hickeys with Loro Piana, but nonetheless a quality product.