The hexagon is a recurring theme at POKIT. The X-suit grew from a single hexagon used to repair old suits for our customers where the fabric had worn thin and grew from there. It’s our signature way of re-working the classic English tweed suit. Fun, eccentric or outlandish it makes a statement. The random way they are made - using whatever tweed happens to be lying around - adds to each one’s character. They’re never truly finished, and more patches can be added periodically. When shown at the 2013 Tokyo tweed run, worn by team POKIT it emphatically stated tweed in a fresh new way and was much admired.

It usually takes three to four weeks to make a suit.  There is limited availability so please contact us to find out more

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