The Jeff Banks Travel suit collection is aimed at the average man with a leaning towards traditional tailoring and shaping. The shoulders are cut quite square and the waist, chest and seat measurement are slightly relaxed for a regular fit. This suit has been engineered to combine the highest performance in fabric and garment construction. The fabric has been finished using nano technology which gives stain resistance and water repellency . The elastane in the cloth gives improved wearer comfort and provides crease resistance so you can stay looking and feeling great all day. This Jeff Banks Travel suit jacket has a 2 button front with notch lapel. Available as a 3 piece suit.
54% Polyester 44% Wool 2% Elastane
" Excellent suit. I ordered a navy travel suit last year and so I knew that this new suit would also fit me. The suit fit is excellent. I'm not perfectly toned if you know what I mean, but this suit still fits perfectly. And it is excellent for those who need to travel a lot as it is very crease resistant. "
" Service was prompt and my suit arrived a few days after ordering it. A minor point to help improve your online ordering service - it would be a good idea if you could provide a delivery date or range of dates that the customer can expect to receive their order. I didn't know when to expect my order and so I wasn't home when it arrived and my elderly postman had to climb the wall around my house to deliver the suit. I could have saved him this bother if I'd known the delivery was on its way. Other than that, the service was excellent. "
" Jacket and waistcoat really good, a nice cut shape and I like the material quality The trousers were a very strange shape, fit round the waist, then became baggy because the leg size was too thin, tight on the thigh and skin tight on the calves Sent back, my feeling is a slim fit got mixed in with a regular fit "
" Outraged! Complete lack of communication apart from automated email. Have not received a 3 piece suit ordered 2 weeks ago and havenâ€™t offered refund!! Â£130 wasted "