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post #106 of 184
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I tried the promotional code on line (NOV0509) and it didn't work. Is there a trick/step, I'm not doing? (probably operator error).
I think that coupon code only applies from November 5 - 9. This pre-sale is something different, I think, requiring a separate code sent individually to former RL customers via email. Edit: Since this is on a new page, just want to repeat my question here. Can anyone tell me how the Merino V-neck sweaters fit? Are they slim? Do you size down, or get your "normal" size?
post #107 of 184
Anyone have any thoughts on the quality of polo sweaters generally? Are they cut more like the custom fit or classic fit dress shirts?

It's getting cold in Arizona...
post #108 of 184
Anyone willing to proxy that haven't used their code but will be using it soon? I just want a rlbl blazer (not the staple colors). Pls let me know or pm me. Thanks.
post #109 of 184
Did RL shoes include the shoe trees in the past? I spoke to a sales associate and he said that this was discontinued in spring of last year.
post #110 of 184
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Did RL shoes include the shoe trees in the past? I spoke to a sales associate and he said that this was discontinued in spring of last year.

I know the EG ones did, not sure if the C&J and Italy ones did.
post #111 of 184
C&J ones never did.
post #112 of 184
What is the quality difference between the EGs and the benchmade Darltons by C&J?
post #113 of 184
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Anyone have any thoughts on the quality of polo sweaters generally? Are they cut more like the custom fit or classic fit dress shirts?

It's getting cold in Arizona...

Fabric is good, but they're usually cut too short for my tastes. Barely below my belt buckle. I'm 5'9" and get a M.
post #114 of 184
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Originally Posted by nohomo View Post
Fabric is good, but they're usually cut too short for my tastes. Barely below my belt buckle. I'm 5'9" and get a M.

I'm 6'2", so I'd probably have to get a large, although I'm concerned about the fullness of it.
post #115 of 184
ugh everytime ralph has a sale the thread devolves into marlow fetishism... 2 months later a couple turn up on b&s and those will never sell
post #116 of 184
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ugh everytime ralph has a sale the thread devolves into marlow fetishism... 2 months later a couple turn up on b&s and those will never sell

old man shoes
post #117 of 184
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ugh everytime ralph has a sale the thread devolves into marlow fetishism... 2 months later a couple turn up on b&s and those will never sell

They don't sell? I searched through the B&S archives and all of the darltons sold ... for what seems to be the going rate + shipping on current sale price, i.e. $450 range
post #118 of 184
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They don't sell? I searched through the B&S archives and all of the darltons sold ... for what seems to be the going rate + shipping on current sale price, i.e. $450 range

i just remember walneal having a pair in my size that didnt sell or took a really long time... cant find it now though

this time its not even the wingtip, its the PTB which is unbelievably plain and boring
post #119 of 184
I'm wearing the plain toe shell Dalton right now -- got it for $297 on sale from the website about five years ago. I don't see how shell could ever be a boring shoe. The swirl of dark cherry and cigar brown colors is, on its own, incredibly interesting, and I like how there are not unnecessary details to get in the way.
post #120 of 184
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I'm wearing the plain toe shell Dalton right now -- got it for $297 on sale from the website about five years ago. I don't see how shell could ever be a boring shoe. The swirl of dark cherry and cigar brown colors is, on its own, incredibly interesting, and I like how there are not unnecessary details to get in the way.

I absolutely love my 5 pairs of Darlton/Marlow Ralph Lauren by Crockett & Jones shoes. I have 2 pairs of the shell cordovan wingtips, 1 pair of plain toe cordovan bluchers, 1 pair of black calf skin plain toe bluchers, and a pair of tan pebble grain wingtips which have the Dynalite sole. I wear each pair throughout the work week, as well as casually and always get complimented on how great they look with my outfits. The tan pebble wingtips are my personal favorite, especially since people always ask where and when I got them from Ralph Lauren, but if I had to pick a pair for anyone to absolutely have it would be the cordovan wingtips...thus the reason why I have 2 pairs.
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