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    Suits for cyclist-build

    Can anyone recommend a suit brand that fits well for a fit cyclist? Slim-cut suit jackets fit me great, but the flat-front pants on most brands' slim lines (I've tried varvatos, hugo boss red, burbury, etc) are just way too tight for my largish thighs and glutes.

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    If you're already considering Burberry prices, then why don't you just go with custom tailoring or made-to-measure? It should be in the same ballpark.

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    exactly

    get a custom tailored suit, it will look 5 times better on you than anything off the rack.

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    Eh....

    The lower lever burberry, etc, suits are well under 1k, I don't think you can get a good custom for under 2k. The question still stands though - has anyone found a good line under 1k for those who are wide-in-the-thighs but skinny up top?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tubby
    The lower lever burberry, etc, suits are well under 1k, I don't think you can get a good custom for under 2k. The question still stands though - has anyone found a good line under 1k for those who are wide-in-the-thighs but skinny up top?
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