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Picked this up in my noob days. Pretty sure it was an XXL which Burberry doesn't even make. 

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post #47 of 265
I saw a dude with one of these on the train:

post #48 of 265
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$200 for a fake?

post #49 of 265
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$200 for a fake?

Probably from a street vendor. They show a high price, makes the knock-offs look more desirable. Then you haggle the price down to a more realistic $30 or $50 or something. That's what they expect people to do.
post #50 of 265
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Originally Posted by highvoltorb View Post

Picked this up in my noob days. Pretty sure it was an XXL which Burberry doesn't even make. 
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Burberry would do XXL wouldn't they? I take XXL or even XXXL sometimes. If they didn't do those sizes, non of their stuff would fit me would it?
post #51 of 265

That Dolce & Gabbena + The North Faith definitely cracked me up! What will they think of next?

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I saw a dude with one of these on the train:

Did he have a lisp?
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That Dolce & Gabbena + The North Faith definitely cracked me up! What will they think of next?

I did spot some Stone Island knock-offs in the local department store. With the buttoned sleeve labels and the S I compass design, except it said ROBIN HOOD. See if I can get a photo in next couple of days.
post #54 of 265

Maybe it was XXXL. Whatever it was someone in the thrift thread said that they never made anything that big. 

 

 


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Burberry would do XXL wouldn't they? I take XXL or even XXXL sometimes. If they didn't do those sizes, non of their stuff would fit me would it?
 
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I saw a dude with one of these on the train: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Did he have a lisp?

 

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post #56 of 265

Not really a knock off, but funny nonetheless. We get all the Chinese brands along with the usual knock offs in this part of the world.

 

KAOLA, the finest leather ware you can buy for under $5.

 

 

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post #57 of 265
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Probably from a street vendor. They show a high price, makes the knock-offs look more desirable. Then you haggle the price down to a more realistic $30 or $50 or something. That's what they expect people to do.

Actually no, I saw it at a local Value Village. Think Goodwill or Savers for the Vancouver brethren. Felt sick to my stomach just seeing that.

OTOH, another winner. Thanks for SF for all the education I didn't end up getting these. Soles were glued, not blake stitched, and I was 99.68% sure Borrelli has 2 R's
post #58 of 265
Not a garment, but a local men's clothing store.
post #59 of 265
Just leaving these here:



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Not a garment, but a local men's clothing store.

 

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