Reviewed by mgrif from WI on Thursday, July 10, 2014
The material quality and general finish (inner, outer and construction) of the jacket are excellent - typical Hickey Freeman - and much better than the vast majority of suits out there. My only caveat is that I would prefer it came with brass buttons which give a little dressier presentation. That ...
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Reviewed by PDub from Winston Salem, NC on Friday, January 8, 2016
Great jacket. I normally where a 42R, which is what I ordered. It fit perfectly out of the box. As for overall size in the Navy, I'm 180, 5'9", with a 34W. Arms, 33" length in shirts sleeves. Im also carrying a little extra around the middle, like most lovers of craft beer, but the jacket is right on in size. No alterations necessary, a little trimmer than other Blazers, but not a 'skinny' jacket. Love it. Wish I had jumped on it sooner.
Reviewed by Andy from Hatfield, AR on Thursday, December 3, 2015
This blazer is a great value. It is a slightly slimmer cut than I am used to wearing, but it is not one of those ultra slim products that people are wearing today. The buttons are an antique bronze, and strike the right balance because they are not too flashy. Nice product and price, Sierra!
Sorry, the the model is not indicated on the website or in the jacket. However, this is a slim cut blazer.
Answered on 8/19/2015 6:24:07 PM by Dirtworm from District of Columbia
I just bought the black one and it is definitely a Milburn, as stated on the label inside the inside pocket. Previous answer stated the black is a Lindsay--not the one I received. Makes me wonder if there are some of both models in at least one of the colors and perhaps all of them. And then there is the answer that says there is no model name in the jackets. I hope that was not from a STP employee because that is clearly misinformation.
Answered on 11/4/2015 10:41:01 PM by Txclothinglover from Dallas
The black blazer is a "Lindsey", and the navy blazer is a "Hickey Freeman". This is found on a label that is inside of the inside right chest pocket, on which you will also find the Hickey Freeman label. FYI - The black model contains cashmere and the navy model does not. The black model has side vents and the navy model has a center vent. Hope this helps!
Answered on 9/10/2012 12:00:00 AM by Anonymous from Unknown