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post #16 of 22
wow thanks. i was confused
post #17 of 22
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Originally Posted by Viral View Post
wow............so much mis-information in one thread. I'll help out here.

Estate, Regent, Andrew, Curham, etc. are collar shapes (in the order of most spread to narrow). Their shirts only come in custom or classic fit.

Capiche?

+1. The names describe the collar, not the cut of the body.
post #18 of 22
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Estate, Regent, Andrew, Curham, etc. are collar shapes (in the order of most spread to narrow). Their shirts only come in custom or classic fit.

Capiche?

Thank you. I knew I could count on someone from Jersey. The capiche thing was a nice touch too.

I currently own just the Regent. It's logoless and pocketless. I like that. I think maybe it's the only model so unadorned, no?
post #19 of 22
no, you're wrong. they only put the polo player on BDs
post #20 of 22
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Originally Posted by wEstSidE View Post
no, you're wrong. they only put the polo player on BDs

not true..........there is a model called Stanton that looks like a Regent but has the pony. It's not a common model, but you do see them from time to time.
post #21 of 22
Ten past one, Best Coast time, and we's talking Polos. Grand, the internets. Bought my first PRL in '81 and asked a secretary who was always sewing stuff on her lunch break if she could get tghe pony off. She handed it back at 5 with just the head gone. And there was some mustard maybe on the collar. I washed it and still wear it. Kinda didfferent.
post #22 of 22
beheading, suitable for a polo player since it's the game of kings after all. viral - i was simplifying
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