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post #5311 of 5771
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Originally Posted by clee1982 View Post

Well except solid navy most were going for 110 ish pre tax, the polo cashmere plain and cable made in china ones. This is actually about the same price as you pay in china for good local cashmere sweaters.

 

RLPL prices?

post #5312 of 5771
Some rlpl were on sale especially the suits, didn't pay attention to the rest, as they had close to zero stuff in stock in rlpl in my size on sale
post #5313 of 5771
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Originally Posted by clee1982 View Post

Some rlpl were on sale especially the suits, didn't pay attention to the rest, as they had close to zero stuff in stock in rlpl in my size on sale

How much were the RLPL suits going for?  Anything in 42R?

post #5314 of 5771
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Originally Posted by clee1982 View Post

Some rlpl were on sale especially the suits, didn't pay attention to the rest, as they had close to zero stuff in stock in rlpl in my size on sale

Anything in 36S?
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post #5316 of 5771
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Originally Posted by Fred G. Unn View Post

Further drops at Leffot!
http://leffot.com/shop/index.php/sale.html?limit=all

Note as well that sale prices don't show up when you hover over the images--you've got to click through to see them (most seem to be 50% off)
post #5317 of 5771
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Originally Posted by otc View Post

The nameplate unscrews. You can either just leave it off or flip it over to the blank side (or for the baller option, take it to a trophy shop and get your name engraved on it)

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Originally Posted by New Shoes1 View Post


The question and answer that is as predictable as the rising sun, every time JAB puts the cedar shoe trees on sale.

I didn't realize you could unscrew the plates, so thanks for letting me know. The other downside of these trees - for me - is that the front is not spring-loaded. I feel, though I could be wrong, that spring-loaded is better for the shoes
post #5318 of 5771
What do you mean by front not being spring loaded
post #5319 of 5771
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

What do you mean by front not being spring loaded

My guess is he means this (not spring-loaded):


instead of this (spring loaded):


I also prefer the latter.
post #5320 of 5771
They are both spring loaded. Only difference is solid toe vs split toe
post #5321 of 5771
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Originally Posted by Fred G. Unn View Post

Further drops at Leffot!
http://leffot.com/shop/index.php/sale.html?limit=all

Good prices here.
post #5322 of 5771
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

They are both spring loaded. Only difference is solid toe vs split toe

I thought he meant spring-loaded toe. Could be wrong though.
post #5323 of 5771
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Originally Posted by sftiger View Post

I thought he meant spring-loaded toe. Could be wrong though.

sftiger is right, that's what I meant.

NAMOR, they are both spring-loaded, but the split toe tree seems to have some kind of tension between the front halves that I prefer
post #5324 of 5771
Bonobos has an extra 30 percent off sale prices with code HEATWAVE30.
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Hart Schaffner Marx charcoal 2 button suit for $279 at Rue La La (sale ends though in 10 hours).  Sizes 38R, 38S, 40S, 40R, 40L, 50R available: http://www.ruelala.com/event/product/77074/1211078206/0/DEFAULT  Hickey Freeman available on Gilt $499-$599, including staples (sale ends in 24 hours): http://www.gilt.com/sale/men/hickey-freeman-0719  Joseph Abboud on Gilt for $199 and up: http://www.gilt.com/sale/men/joseph-abboud-7683  There's also some Corneliani and Belvest on the site.  Sorry for the late notice; just noticed it while browsing online.  


Edited by CrimsonSox - 7/23/13 at 10:28pm
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