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post #361 of 481
Quote:
Originally Posted by von Rothbart
The entire Corben stock was gone within a day and then the entire stock is being returned the following week. This is hilarious. I wonder if Polo is going to put the same description and picture back to the website after it receives the entire stock back from us.

My guess? Yes.
post #362 of 481
I've seen $59 RL Polo penny loafers with similiar plasticky sole collecting dust on a shelf @ Marshall's.
post #363 of 481
*DISCLAIMER: Seller offers no guarantee, express or implied, that the actual shoes will be in mink suede, on the 89 last, or in fact be made by Edward Green, nor does seller offer any guarantee that shoe design, parts and workmanship, including, but not limited to, uppers, soles, insoles, welts and laces, will be in comportment with acceptable Edward Green standards of quality. Buyer is advised that general characterizations such as "a steal" are qualitative in nature, may be an exaggeration, and are largely dependent on the value system and beliefs of individual buyers. Therefore, seller cannot guarantee that, once in receipt of the shoes, buyer will indeed find them, with or without regard to the price paid, "a steal" whether as such, or with respect to any defined period of time, such as a year, a decade or a century.
post #364 of 481
Quote:
Originally Posted by Thurston
The box in the pic says "Tan Burnished - Corben".

Wow. The Polo Carlson at $199 in burnished chestnut looks way better than these.
post #365 of 481
oh well...it was worth a shot...

anyone know if they can be returned to a polo register/section in a department store?
post #366 of 481
I'm glad I missed the boat on this one.

Those look nothing like the original picture. What a joke...
post #367 of 481
Quote:
Originally Posted by Chris Rimby
oh well...it was worth a shot...

anyone know if they can be returned to a polo register/section in a department store?

I'm pretty sure they can't -- has to be a Polo store. Or so I was told.
post #368 of 481
Quote:
Originally Posted by Chris Rimby
oh well...it was worth a shot...

anyone know if they can be returned to a polo register/section in a department store?


Uhhh no.
post #369 of 481
can anyone else confirm if they received the same CRAP??
post #370 of 481
Quote:
Originally Posted by DocHolliday
I'm pretty sure they can't -- has to be a Polo store. Or so I was told.

Alright thanks.
post #371 of 481
so damn funny....
post #372 of 481
Quote:
Originally Posted by Artisan Fan
I'm glad I missed the boat on this one.

Those look nothing like the original picture. What a joke...

Hey, AF, the original taker for my extra pair just backed out. Are you still interested? If yes, they're yours.
post #373 of 481
For the truly curious (I must get a life) the box and packaging weighs in at a shade under 4.5 pounds.

Ah well, back to work...
post #374 of 481
Quote:
Originally Posted by von Rothbart
the original taker for my extra pair just backed out.

That's quite surprising! what made him change his mind?
post #375 of 481
Dear Dan,
We are writing to inform you of a product description error on Polo.com that may have led to you to purchase of a pair of shoes on September 10th. The incorrect copy and image for the Purple Label Corben shoe were inadvertently posted on our website. The shoe you will receive is 100% leather and made in Italy.

We see from our records that your order has already shipped. If you decide that you would like to return this purchase, please use the enclosed return label. We will waive the $5 return shipping fee and credit your original method of payment.

We sincerely apologize for this inconvenience.

Warm regards,

Rita

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