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post #31756 of 35824
Interesting - a few items at the Corner that are on sale have fluctuated in their sale pricing over the past few days: for example, $72 -> $85 -> $98, the current price; significant change. Never noticed that before.
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20% off on sale items at Gravitypope.
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MAC in SF is doing their yearly "Warehouse Sale." Started Thursday and pretty picked over, but worth a look if yr in town. Picked up an EG Camp Shirt from SS11 for $20 and a Post O'Alls Cruiser Shirt for $50. There's a fair amount of suiting left too... Jackets for $60, including stuff by Comme des Garcons.

Additionally, there's a lot of current season stuff at 50% off + additional 50% off. Grabbed a pair of EG Matt Pants for $100, my girl got a Salmon People Pea Coat for $250.
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Originally Posted by dixonmanor View Post

MAC in SF is doing their yearly "Warehouse Sale." Started Thursday and pretty picked over, but worth a look if yr in town. Picked up an EG Camp Shirt from SS11 for $20 and a Post O'Alls Cruiser Shirt for $50. There's a fair amount of suiting left too... Jackets for $60, including stuff by Comme des Garcons.

Additionally, there's a lot of current season stuff at 50% off + additional 50% off. Grabbed a pair of EG Matt Pants for $100, my girl got a Salmon People Pea Coat for $250.

did you happen to see any small sizes?

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I didn't notice specifically, as I'm typically a M/L in EG. I do know that as of yesterday they had the Salmon People Pea Coat in Red in a small, but at $250, it may have been snatched up already. There seemed to be a pretty good size run of Matt Pants in both navy and olive, as well as what looked like a whole size run of the navy nyco hooded primaloft vests with the hibiscus print lining. Quite a bit of Mark McNairy stuff left too, in more sizes than EG. Same for Our Legacy, Walter van Beirendonck, etc
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Why didn't I see this post about MAC earlier in the day. Which location?
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

Why didn't I see this post about MAC earlier in the day. Which location?

Damn it. Me too!

Was just up in SF but back on the Peninsula now (almost bought that W+H coat that you mentioned in another thread at Bloomingdales)
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Just left MAC. Purchased two Our Legacy button downs, $50 each. One pair of navy Folk chinos, $20. EG primaloft vest (navy with floral interior) for $85 (down from $440). Great stuff.

Saw a few of the CDW x Mark McNairy down shirts for $160 (down from $675 I believe). Lots of McNairy outerwear for 75% off (50% off original price + 50% off all sale). Saw lots of L and XL, some smalls. Some Our Legacy outerwear (had my eye on the OL suede shirt, I think it was marked down to $250, originally almost $1000 - not sure on the pricing on this). Lots of EG button downs.

The warehouse rack is not bad, $20 pants and jackets for either $40 or $60, can't remember. Lots of sizes with blazers. Saw some Nigel Cabourn denim from a few years back on the $20 rack, but cut was too full for me.

It's picked over but there is still A TON of great stuff for pretty amazing prices. Definitely worth a visit.

Edit: just saw the post above, apologies if repetitive.
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Damnit, maybe Monday, as tomorrow is football day. Which location is better?
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

Damnit, maybe Monday, as tomorrow is football day. Which location is better?

Hayes Valley
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Their warehouse sales are only at the hayes valley location.

Last year when I went the (men's) warehouse racks were 80% Nice Collective, some good stuff in women's though.
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Deal Day

I added a few new styles, expanded the size runs including EEE width in the Cordovan original 1K. This time around if you don't see a size or style call the store. This deal works for both online or phone orders on pretty much anything that W has in stock for immediate fulfillment.

I'll end this one in a couple of few days....

Code is

20TODAY

http://cranesboots.com/store/products/
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FYI tmrw is the last day of the MAC sale. They close for a week to go to Europe to buy 2015 collections. There was still quite a bit left as of yesterday... Women's especially- Mina Perhonen, Sophie D'Hoore, etc. They literally gave my GF a Walter von Beirendonck dress (we do spend quite a bit of money there, but that was really nice). Seems like they really just wanna get rid of this stuff.
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Originally Posted by dixonmanor View Post

FYI tmrw is the last day of the MAC sale. They close for a week to go to Europe to buy 2015 collections. There was still quite a bit left as of yesterday... Women's especially- Mina Perhonen, Sophie D'Hoore, etc. They literally gave my GF a Walter von Beirendonck dress (we do spend quite a bit of money there, but that was really nice). Seems like they really just wanna get rid of this stuff.

Yea, they do that every year. They make so much on their markups that they take a hit during the warehouse sale just to clear out inventory.
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Originally Posted by mcdecker1 View Post

Yea, they do that every year. They make so much on their markups that they take a hit during the warehouse sale just to clear out inventory.

 

MAC actually has a charming, archaic system.  I've only ever seen it at Alan Bilzerian.  Everything is full priced except during sales, and then, things go back to full price.  I like this.  If more stores did this, then we probably wouldn't have so many people asking when things will go to 80% off, and we could probably sustain a Japanese style of markup, which everyone seems to want, but which precludes things going to a ridiculous amount off.

 

Incidentally, a large part of the reason that Japanese imports are so expensive are because of shipping and tariffs.  Look up the price of European and US made goods in Japan, and you'll see that the goods are much more expensive than they are in the States (Margiela was about 25-30% higher than American prices, last I checked.)

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