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Ralph Lauren Polo University Club navy blazer 39R
Polo University Club by Ralph Lauren blazer. This is a classic navy blazer / sports coat with gold buttons. The fit is nicely tailored - nice waist suppression and great structure. It gives a beautiful silhouette. It is made from virgin wool, with lovely silk lining. This jacket measures to around a 39R. This jacket can easily be dressed up or worn simply with jeans.

The jacket is in very good condition. There is a little wear around the collar, but this is not visible at all when the jacket is being worn. I have tried to show this in a photo of the collar. Otherwise, the jacket is in excellent shape. Although it is pre-owned, the jacket has been kept perfectly in a smoke-free home. It really is a beautiful quality jacket that you would expect from Ralph Lauren.

Measurements (inches):
Chest: 39"
Waist: 36"
Shoulder: 18.5"
Length: 30.5"
Sleeve: 24.5"

$95 including shipping anywhere within cont. U.S.








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onlinematt- I mean this 100% in the best of intent. You might find that ebay would be a friendlier venue for your proposed sale. This forum is unlikely to express any interest (other than derision) in a Polo University item, particular one that is used sufficiently so as to show wear at the collar. Good luck!
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onlinematt-

I mean tis 100% in the best of intent. You might find that ebay would be a friendlier venue your proposed sale. This forum is unlikely to express any interest (other than derision) in a Polo University item, particular one that is used sufficiently so as to show wear at the collar. Good luck!

I'm not sure why you (along with the other poster) have wasted your time posting on my thread. If you don't like the jacket, then I completely respect your decision, bit I'm not sure why you have to attack me when all I'm doing is trying to make a buck on a nice jacket that does not fit me. The wear on the collar has been clearly identified because another SF member deceived me into buying this jacket through misrepresentation - he told me that it was a completely different size, and failed to tell me that the collar has some wear.

I really don't see why you have to make insulting comments. Clearly you do NOT have the best intentions, as you say. Perhaps you have nothing better to do with your time.

I hope you have a Merry Christmas, Mr. Grinch.
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I'm not sure why you (along with the other poster) have wasted your time posting on my thread. If you don't like the jacket, then I completely respect your decision, bit I'm not sure why you have to attack me when all I'm doing is trying to make a buck on a nice jacket that does not fit me. The wear on the collar has been clearly identified because another SF member deceived me into buying this jacket through misrepresentation - he told me that it was a completely different size, and failed to tell me that the collar has some wear.

I really don't see why you have to make insulting comments. Clearly you do NOT have the best intentions, as you say. Perhaps you have nothing better to do with your time.

I hope you have a Merry Christmas, Mr. Grinch.

OK. Please permit me to answer the question. Having been around the forum for a long time and having seen what sells and what does not (as a seller and buyer), I was simply trying to steer you to a more likely venue for the sale of your garment. As you point out, I simply referenced the information you already posted to explain why I believe you would be better served with a different approach. In this forum, some of us try to help out each other and particularly newer members. If my attempt was ham handed, I do apologize,
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OK. Please permit me to answer the question. Having been around the forum for a long time and having seen what sells and what does not (as a seller and buyer), I was simply trying to steer you to a more likely venue for the sale of your garment. As you point out, I simply referenced the information you already posted to explain why I believe you would be better served with a different approach. In this forum, some of us try to help out each other and particularly newer members. If my attempt was ham handed, I do apologize,

OK, obviously as a self-professed Champion of SF, you've clearly done a quick search for how many Ralph Lauren navy blazers like mine have already been sold on SF.

Well, in case you haven't (which is quite palpably the case), there are dozens of them that have been sold over the last year or so. Therefore, if you continue to tell me to go to another medium to sell my stuff, I have the same right to tell you where to go stick it.
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And here we... go.
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Again, you are certainly free to sell. However, the distinction is that virtually all of the Ralph Lauren blazers that have been sold in this forum have been Ralph Lauren blazers and not University Club. I am neither disparaging the seller nor the product, but was simply suggesting a possibly more lucrative venue for the sale.

I wish you luck with your sale.
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And here we... go.

I hope you brought enough to share.
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OK, obviously as a self-professed Champion of SF, you've clearly done a quick search for how many Ralph Lauren navy blazers like mine have already been sold on SF.

Well, in case you haven't (which is quite palpably the case), there are dozens of them that have been sold over the last year or so. Therefore, if you continue to tell me to go to another medium to sell my stuff, I have the same right to tell you where to go stick it.

Honestly, marc237 has been more than generous in his advice as well as his clarifying response to your immature post. Yet you still persist in being a retarded oaf.
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Again, you are certainly free to sell. However, the distinction is that virtually all of the Ralph Lauren blazers that have been sold in this forum have been Ralph Lauren blazers and not University Club. I am neither disparaging the seller nor the product, but was simply suggesting a possibly more lucrative venue for the sale.

I wish you luck with your sale.

Evidently you do not wish me luck with my sale, as you and Night Owl have made it abundantly clear that people who wish to sell Ralph Lauren University Club items can not do so without harassment.

If I decide that SF is the best medium in which to sell my stuff, then so be it - I should be granted the privelege of doing so without being pestered or steered away. I did not ask for your opinion on the item of clothing, neither did I ask for your advice on where I should sell this article.

Scenario A) You have nothing better to do with your time.
Scenario B) You are sufficiently self-interested and egotistical that you truely believe that I can not live without your valuable opinion on where I should sell my stuff.
Scenario C) All of the above.

Now I'd appreciate it if you'd stop hijacking my thread and leave me the hell alone! Thank you kindly Mr. Grinch.
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Honestly, marc237 has been more than generous in his advice as well as his clarifying response to your immature post. Yet you still persist in being a retarded oaf.

Generous? Are you kidding me? Are you, too, sufficiently retarded to believe that I am incapable of thinking for myself about posting my item on eBay? What a bunch of jerks!
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Generous? Are you kidding me? Are you, too, sufficiently retarded to believe that I am incapable of thinking for myself about posting my item on eBay? What a bunch of jerks!

marc237 is far from a jerk and I wouldn't impugn his motives.

He was recently giving away Oxxford sport coats that were probably in better shape.

Of course his finances might be quite different than yours and mine!

I've been accused of being a sort of ombudsman of the B & S forum too. To me things are more collegial and different here on SF than on Ebay which is generally caveat emptor and roll the dice.

Having said all that, this is America, and you are free to sell anything on B & S for whatever price you want if there's no misrepresentation ( and that certainly seems like the case here ). Perhaps you will sell the coat, I hope you do, and Happy Xmas.
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marc237 is far from a jerk and I wouldn't impugn his motives.

He was recently giving away Oxxford sport coats that were probably in better shape.

Of course his finances might be quite different than yours and mine!

I've been accused of being a sort of ombudsman of the B & S forum too. To me things are more collegial and different here on SF than on Ebay which is generally caveat emptor and roll the dice.

Having said all that, this is America, and you are free to sell anything on B & S for whatever price you want if there's no misrepresentation ( and that certainly seems like the case here ). Perhaps you will sell the coat, I hope you do, and Happy Xmas.

Great.

Maybe marc237 is just having a really, really bad day. At the very least, he's been quite antagonistic.

I'm well aware of the differences between the SF marketplace and eBay. I'm also well aware that this is, indeed, America - very well said. So, thanks anyway for the lecture tiger.
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Great. Maybe marc237 is just having a really, really bad day. At the very least, he's been quite antagonistic. I'm well aware of the differences between the SF marketplace and eBay. I'm also well aware that this is, indeed, America - very well said. So, thanks anyway for the lecture tiger.
With 20 posts under your belt, just let it go if you disagree. Fighting and becoming an ITG just makes YOU look unprofessional, not marc or rnoldh. This thread became antagonistic because you freaked out... After his initial hint to you, you should have just said, "Thank you for the information. If the item does not sell here, I will probably move it to Ebay. Nevertheless, I just thought that given the interest in RL clothing, I'd take a shot." Then, you look professional and courteous and set up a good rapport for future transactions. Their hints to you come from their experience as sellers and buyers here over the years and are pretty apt given the item in question.
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