Hickey Freeman Nailhead Suit - Lindsey Model, Worsted Wool (For Men)
About Hickey Freeman Nailhead Suit - Lindsey Model, Worsted Wool (For Men)
Specs about Hickey Freeman Nailhead Suit - Lindsey Model, Worsted Wool (For Men)
- Vent (Side): 10"
- Closure: 2 Buttons,YKK®,Zipper
- Length: Short 30", Regular 31", Long 33" (based on size 42)
- Fabric: 100% worsted wool
- Lining construction: Fully lined
- Pant style: Flat front
- Curtain waistband: Yes
- French fly: Yes
- Inseam: Unhemmed 37"
- Fabric: 100% worsted wool
- Lined in front to knee: Yes
- Total weight: 2 lb. 14 oz.
- Care: Dry clean
- Made in United States of America
- Return information
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4.666666 5 Overall Rating: 4.7 Based on 9 reviews
Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Steve from Downtown Los Angeles on Tuesday, July 31, 2012
Wow your date. Impress your boss. Your co-workers will wonder how you could afford such an expensive suit (share the STP secret only with your good friends). The fabric is lighter than a charcoal grey and darker than a silver grey. Basically a solid color so the shirt and tie possibilities are vast... Read More
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Reviewed by CT explorer from CT on Wednesday, October 30, 2013I had recently purchased a Hickey Freeman Blazer and was very pleased with the fabric and fit. I was really looking forward to wearing this suit. However, I was very disappointed when I tried the jacket and found that the cut was completely different. The shoulders, sleeves, and waist fit but the chest was baggy. I consulted a tailor and was told that it could not be altered for a proper fit. I have returned the suit and told STP I was disappointed with their description and the fact that I had paid for all the shipping charges.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Casey from Washington, DC on Monday, January 14, 2013I plan to use this suit for work. Nice brown, professional looking garment.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Business Man from New York on Sunday, January 13, 2013Not really "brown". It's a grey / brown tweed. I have one like the "grey" so got this. Very nice! My shoulders are normally too wide for HF, but this one fits well. No alterations needed; just pants hemmed.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by White Collar Joe from Central CA on Sunday, November 25, 2012This is another well made suit from Hickey Freeman. It's a pleasure to find weel crafted, U.S. products.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Saint Richard from Pittsburgh Pennsylvania on Monday, October 22, 2012Hickey Freeman never disappoints always stylish and very neatly cut with great material.
- Best Uses: Dress
- Pros: Excellent Material, Nice fit, Sophisticated styling
Question & Answer
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“How long are the pants in the long. I noticed that only one measure is on the ad I assume that is for regular?”
All the pants are unhemmed with a 37" inseam.
Item 4632M is a double back vent. â€¢Vent (Side): 10"
Hickey Freeman Suits are lined with Bemberg lining, the gold standard, which wonâ€™t fade or shrink.||Bemberg is the trade name for a type of rayon yarn. Fabrics made from this yarn are frequently used for presentation flags, and for lining high quality suits and coats.
“How can I tell if the suit is for winter or summer other than by the total weight? If so what is the approximate weight range from summer to winter.|Thank you,|Chris”
Suit weight is based on ounces per linear yard of fabric:||Tropical 7-8 ounce|Mid-weight 10-11 ounces|Cold weather 13 ounces||The mid weight suits are made from worsted wool or gabardine and are considered an all year weight unless itâ€™s really hot and then youâ€™d want a tropical.weight wool. Linen or cotton and blends of linen, cotton, wool or silk are also good choices for hot weather. Suits listed as flannel or tweed would be a cold weather weight. I hope this helps.