Mason & Sons

Dark Navy Twill Double Breasted Conduit Cut Suit

£708

Part of our 'The Italian Job' capsule collection, this double-breasted navy worsted wool suit is a wardrobe staple. Worn by Charlie Croker (played by Michael Caine) in the boardroom scene when he introduces the gang to eachother, it's a power suit in every sense of the word and is the first time we've added a double-breasted suit to our arsenal of tailoring. Similar to our Conduit Cut with a natural shoulder, roped sleevehead and supressed waist, it features a 6x2 buttoning configuration, slanted flap pockets and razor sharp lapels.

Pre-Order for delivery in five weeks from the point of ordering.

Existing customers who would like the suit made to their specifications, or wish to change any styling details, please purchase through the Special Order system, here.

Fabric: Four season weight 9oz (280gm), 100% Super 100’s wool worsted, Woven in Italy

Jacket:  Double breasted - 6 x 2, Slanted side pockets, Outside ticket pocket, Out breast welt pocket, Side vents, Four button cuffs, Natural shoulder, Roped sleevehead

Trousers: Flat front, Zip fly, Belt loops, Frogmouth pockets, Two hip pockets, Plain bottoms

Alterations are available on all our Ready to Wear and Made to Order tailoring products. View Price List

We offer a wide range of tailoring services, from full bespoke experiences to special order garments that are cost, time efficient and made to your unique specifications. Discover Bespoke

Free shipping is applied to orders over £200.

All orders are shipped via DHL Express.

Made to Order products are dispatched within 28 days of purchase.

Pre-Order products are expected to be dispatched within 3-4 weeks from time of purchase.

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