HOT DEAL: Indochino Online – $50 CAN for $150 USD Worth of Men’s Custom Apparel (Save 67% Off)

Today’s Groupon Deal of the Day: $50 CAN for $150 USD Worth of Men’s Custom Apparel at Indochino Online

Buy now for only $50
Value $150
Discount 67%
You Save $100

I’ve don’t have anything that’s tailored or custom apparel. I just purchased a voucher to try these guys out and to see what the difference is between a custom tailored shirt vs a regular store bought shirt. Is there really that big of a difference? I have a regular sized body and the standard store shirts seem to fit me OK.

This is a limited 1-day only sale that will expire tonight at midnight (Monday, January 17, 2011). Click here to buy now or for more information about the deal. Quantities are limited so don’t miss out!

Tailored to individual specs
As seen in Toronto Star & Business Week
100% Perfect Fit Promise

The Fine Print
Expires Jul 20, 2011
Limit 1 per order. Not valid until 1/19/11. Online only. Cannot ship to P.O. Boxes. Must use in 1 order. Not valid with any other coupons, gift certificates, offers, or promotions. Value is in USD.

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Today’s Groupon: for $50, you get $150 worth of men’s custom apparel ordered online from Indochino (the Groupon is offered in Canadian dollars, although prices on the website are in American dollars). Indochino offers free two-week shipping to most countries.

Indochino specializes in made-to-measure men’s apparel. Casting off vague, archaic sizing methods designed to fit entire groups of people, Indochino builds shirts and other men’s wearables to fit the intended torso or other body part. Orderers should enlist a friend to help and watch Indochino’s how-to videos to accurately measure themselves. Once taken, these precise numbers translate into crisp, well-fitted, white button-downs such as the ultimate utility shirt (US$79). Both navy blue pinstripe vests (US$99) and metallic gray pants (US$99) are cut to the shape of a single body and dance to the cymbal crash of a single drum kit. Wrists wearing Indochino’s eight-ball cufflinks (US$26) can shake themselves for vague answers to pressing questions. Also offering entire suits and tuxedos (US$299+)—hand-chalked and cut by a veteran master tailor in Shanghai, a city steeped in the heritage of bespoke tailoring—Indochino assures that meals and drill sergeants aren’t the only things made-to-order.

Indochino has been featured in the Toronto Star, Business Week, and Women’s Wear Daily. Made to Measure, NY also recommends it:

Click here to buy now or for more information about the deal. Don’t miss out!