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Updated: Anthony Sinclair special offer Ready to Wear Conduit Cut suit

30 July, 2015

Anthony Sinclair, the creator of the famous conduit cut suit worn by Sean Connery in his Bond films, offers their ready-to-wear version of the Conduit Cut suit on Mason & Sons (formerly now also in Navy Blue.

anthony sinclair navy conduit cut suit

Customers who order the new ready-to-wear Conduit Cut suit (Sharkskin Grey or Navy blue) may add a white double-cuff or cocktail-cuff shirt, a solid-coloured knitted necktie and a crisp linen pocket square, and the whole look (normally priced at £1,000.00) is available for just £700.00 . At checkout enter the coupon code CCSUIT (or CCSUIT2 or CCSUIT3 for two or three suits) and the discount will be applied. Visit the special offer page on Mason & Sons for more details.

Anthony Sinclair sharkskin grey conduit cut suit special offer

Special offer: order the ready-to-wear Conduit Cut suit and add a shirt, knitted necktie and pocket square

Sinclair's very first ready-to-wear Conduit Cut suit is available in two body fits: Slim is cut close to the body. Regular is a more relaxed cut, with less suppression at the waist. Sizes are available from 36” to 46”.

The Conduit Cut Sharkskin Suit is produced from Super 130s yarn, woven in Italy by renowned textile manufacturer, Carlo Barbera. The suit features a natural shoulder, roped sleeveheads, and a degree of chest drape. Along with the suppressed waist and slightly flared skirt, these create the subtle hourglass silhouette that is the hallmark of the Conduit Cut. The mid-grey sharkskin cloth and the 9oz (270g) weight make it the perfect suit for any occasion in any season.

anthony sinclair conduit cut suit jacket

The single-breasted, two-button jacket features two slanted side pockets, a ticket pocket, and welted breast pocket, as well as side vents, working four-button cuffs, and a natural shoulder with roped sleeveheads.

anthony sinclair conduit cut suit trousers

The flat-fronted, plain bottom trousers feature a zip fly, two straight side pockets, two rear pockets and a fob pocket. For added comfort and fit, there are also strap-and-buckle side adjusters, as well as braces buttons.

Anthony Sinclair has recently added many more interesting Bond related clothing items to their webshop.

cocktail cuff white dress shirt anthony sinclair

The cocktail cuff or turnback cuff shirt is a must have for any sartorial Bond fan. Get it now with the suit in the special offer.

Albert Thurston White Moire braces suspenders

Complete the conduit cut suit with white moiré Albert Thurston Braces with gilt clasp which were worn by Bond in Casino Royale and are still quite popular, available on Mason & Sons (formerly for £55 / $79 / €69.

Anthony Sinclair Sean trousers

Available again are the trousers Sean and Daniel, which were launched in 2013. The Sean trousers (pictured above) are very similar to the trousers worn in the Goldfinger chase scene in Switzerland, and the Daniel trousers are a contemporary version of the Sean trousers with a low rise and slim cut.

For more British clothing and the ready-to-wear Conduit Cut, visit Mason & Sons (formerly

Also read the Bond Lifestyle article "Getting the Anthony Sinclar three-piece suit from Goldfinger".

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My suit arrived today, a little later than originally promised but it arrived nevertheless...and it was definitely worth waiting for! It fits beautifully, the quality is superb, the little details are the difference between a good suit and a great suit. The whole outfit has the feel of top quality and I will certainly be buying from AS again. 10/10 from me.
It's quite misleading to refer to this as Anthony Sinclair, despite the name being bought out there is no connection to the old firm. Furthermore the cut of these jackets does not resemble the Conduit cut at all. It looks to be kind of middle-of-the-Row cut, not overly structured nor draped. Not a bad look, but again not like Anthony Sinclair's cutting, a modern parallel to which you can see if you look at the work of Chittleborough & Morgan. Even the little, easy detais are all wrong, such as the use of buckled adjusters in place of button tabs. And as for the shirt... that collar is unlike anything ever worn by a Bond in a two-button turnback cuffed shirt. For the same price, there are a number of actual bespoke tailors in London that will get you a lot closer to the Bond look and a perfect fit. I would suggest paying them a visit.
I have questions about this James bond suit. Is it possible to order the 1964 goldfinger version? How is the quality and dose the suit follow the same cuts and style of the particular era?

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