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    SuitSupply Cashmere Overcoat

    Just curious if anyone has either the cashmere or cashmere/wool blend overcoat from SuitSupply. Thinking about purchasing the cashmere version and would welcome any feedback.

    https://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/coat...oat/J452I.html

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    I don't own either (I just recently bought the camel colored Casentino double breasted coat) but felt the cashmere coat. It's got quite a soft hand. My Casentino coat, as expected has been quite bullet proof thus far. The fabric is about as robust as it gets

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    Quote Originally Posted by PREID View Post
    I don't own either (I just recently bought the camel colored Casentino double breasted coat) but felt the cashmere coat. It's got quite a soft hand. My Casentino coat, as expected has been quite bullet proof thus far. The fabric is about as robust as it gets
    Thanks for the feedback. Tempting...

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    I have a Dark Gray one that was purchased in 2014 and has held up quite well. The fabric is fantastic. It is lightweight, so I would not recommend in really cold weather.

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    I got one this year from the outlet. The fabric is very thick and luxuriously soft. Although I can't tell if it's the coat as the link.


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