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post #976 of 2024
Soontimes,

Before the end of April is what I heard, I can't remember the exact date.
post #977 of 2024
April 11th.
post #978 of 2024
So the online store is now up for Canada. Site looks nice, sparse design. It's handy to know the names of certain items and have the prices readily available. Hoping for a sale in the next month or so.
post #979 of 2024
^ I don't see it yet! Got a link?
post #980 of 2024
Right here: http://www.clubmonaco.com/category/index.jsp?categoryId=12243591&ab=global_men

The placeholder is still up, which is why you can't find it right away.
post #981 of 2024
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Originally Posted by Dr Huh? View Post

So the online store is now up for Canada. Site looks nice, sparse design. It's handy to know the names of certain items and have the prices readily available. Hoping for a sale in the next month or so.


Not looking good lol

 

Some of the jackets I've been eyeing are already sold out in the size I want -___-

 

Curse online Club Monaco!

post #982 of 2024
Would having the online store really affect sales that much? Really, all it does is give you another option for buying their clothes. The only advantage would be in clothes going on sale, and people snatching them up online, but I'd be surprised if you couldn't still find stuff on sale in the actual stores.
post #983 of 2024
I'm guessing that online stock and the in store stock differs... Can't see them shipping out a pair of on sale chinos or trousers directly from a store because someone ordered that size online... IMO, they will put the brick and mortar store in higher priority than online...
post #984 of 2024
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Originally Posted by Dr Huh? View Post

Would having the online store really affect sales that much? Really, all it does is give you another option for buying their clothes. The only advantage would be in clothes going on sale, and people snatching them up online, but I'd be surprised if you couldn't still find stuff on sale in the actual stores.

 

Yeah! 
 

People are lazy. To drive/walk into a store, sort through a disorganized mountain of crap (sales section) and picking out something that looks good + in your size takes a lot more effort than sitting behind a computer + browsing through the entire selection in less than 20s + select/click checkout.

 

I can't believe some people actually buy CM at full retail too! (a lot of stuff are sold out in XS on the US site)

post #985 of 2024
http://i.imgur.com/uiR0t.jpg

-.-
post #986 of 2024
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Originally Posted by Dr Huh? View Post

Right here: http://www.clubmonaco.com/category/index.jsp?categoryId=12243591&ab=global_men
The placeholder is still up, which is why you can't find it right away.

when i select shipping to canada, the placeholder pops up again.... how do i get rid of it
post #987 of 2024
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Originally Posted by gwydion View Post

http://i.imgur.com/uiR0t.jpg
-.-

Damn, that's kind of funny. happy.gif
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Originally Posted by Billster View Post

when i select shipping to canada, the placeholder pops up again.... how do i get rid of it

I don't know. The site seems to be a bit buggy. If I click on my link, I'm taken to the placeholder. If I click on it again, I'm taken to the actual online store.
post #988 of 2024
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Originally Posted by malaujai View Post

I'm guessing that online stock and the in store stock differs... Can't see them shipping out a pair of on sale chinos or trousers directly from a store because someone ordered that size online... IMO, they will put the brick and mortar store in higher priority than online...

This.

It's how Barney's is... the B&M stores and the online shop are separate, with the exception that you can buy online and return in-store.
post #989 of 2024
Just went into a CM today and tried on a pair of the lightweight chino's they usually have for S/S. The navy colour caught my eye and when I walked over to them the sales told me that the Davis fit has been redesigned and are slimmer now. I also noticed that they crotch isn't as low and so the thigh areas seem to be slimmer as well which are welcome changes on my end. At $70 they are not a bad alternative to the more expensive chino's that exist, but as everyone knows, give it a bit of time and they'll either go on sale or you can get them on promotion...

Should mention though that I've previously owned a pair of the khaki/tan coloured lightweight chino's, as well as another friend of mine, and both pairs ripped beyond repair. For me, I was actually walking around a hill-y area and needed to jump up onto a ledge when they ripped from my knee all the way up to my ass. I think my friend's ripped from consistent cycling... The lightweight fabric doesn't seem to be too durable, but should be alright for everyday activities and they are actually pretty comfy and breathable in the summer.... Just my 2 cents
post #990 of 2024
I noticed the navy ones as well. They're a nice colour. Based on your description of sizing do you suggest going up a half size from last year? I bought a grey pair and they fit well but if they're slimmer now I'm not so sure.
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