About Thomas Dean Seersucker Sport Coat - Stretch Cotton (For Men)
Closeouts. Exhibiting the kind of quality you'd expect from hand-tailored apparel, this Thomas Dean Seersucker sport coat is made from a feather-light cotton with a partially lined and beautifully finished interior. A confident wardrobe piece for the sweltering days of summer.
Specs about Thomas Dean Seersucker Sport Coat - Stretch Cotton (For Men)
- Vent (Side): 8-1/2"
- Length: 29" (based on size large)
- Fabric: 99% cotton, 1% spandex
- Lining material: 100% bemberg cupro
- Lining construction: 3/4 lining
- Total weight: 1 lb. 4 oz.
- Care: Dry clean
- Made in Indonesia
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Verified Buyer Reviewed by amishsteve from Philadelphia, PA on Tuesday, July 29, 2014I ordered the Med. and it fit almost perfectly. I wear a 41 Reg. suit. And buy my shirts w/ 33" sleeves. The sleeves on this jacket were then only thing that needed adjusted and even then, only by 1/4 to 1/2 an inch. I like 1/4 inch of sleeve showing if that helps in sizing.
The fabric has some beautiful and subtle colors. Goes very well w/ med. blue pants, Kahki's, Mustard, Stone and jeans.
A true bargain at $50!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Flying Dutchman from Grand Rapids, MI on Monday, July 7, 2014I normally wear a size 44 sport coat, and this large (size 43-44) fit like a glove. I can't say it is high fashion, it is a seersucker, but it works on those hot days when you really need an informal sport coat. It works really great with informal shirts and ties, even golf shirts. It also works well with denim pants. the color is a blue/taupe combo, so be prepared to match or contrast those colors. This Thomas Dean brand Seersucker sport coat is made from a feather-light cotton with a partially lined and finished interior. It was a spectaculr deal just to get and have in the closet.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Rob from Toronto, ON, Canada on Wednesday, July 2, 2014This is a perfect jacket for the summer when it is too hot for even an unlined wool jacket. The construction and materials are excellent for a sub-$500 jacket, especially since I paid less than $50 for this one. I would put this jacket in the same quality level as mid-range Brooks Bros or Ralph Lauren jackets made out of the same materials. Not as nice as Isaia or RL's purple label stuff, but what do you expect for 1/10 of the price. I also bought this Kroon jacket at the same time:
Both are of comparable value, but this jacket was a much better value given the steeply discounted price.