Mason & Sons

Charcoal Sharkskin Conduit Cut 2 Piece Suit

£750

Inspired by the work of Anthony Sinclair in the 1960's who, from his bespoke tailoring premises on Conduit Street in Mayfair created a classic cut that became known as the Conduit Cut. Sean Connery adopted the look, and wore Sinclair suits for all of his appearances as James Bond.

The Conduit Cut has a natural shoulder, roped sleeve head, a degree of chest drape, suppressed waist and slightly flared skirt create a subtle hourglass silhouette which traces the body with a peerless purity of line. 

Made from Charcoal Grey Sharkskin Four Seasons 9oz (270gm) Super 100's worsted yarn, woven in Italy. Producing a medium-weight cloth that is soft yet durable and can be worn throughout the year.

Fabric: Solid Charcoal Grey Sharkskin, Four season weight 9oz (270gm), Super 100's worsted yarn, Woven in Italy

Jacket:  Single breasted - two button, Slanted side pockets, Outside ticket pocket, Out breast welt pocket, Side vents, Four button cuffs, Natural shoulder

Trousers: Flat front, Zip fly, Strap & buckle side adjusters, Braces buttons, Straight side pockets, Two hip pockets, Fob pocket, Plain bottoms

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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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