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Unless the suppliers changed overnight most 'Made in the USA' shoes and boots (excluding made in Maine boat shoes and Mocs) are made by AE. You can sometimes seen overstock, still in the Polo boxes at Outlet AE stores.

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Sorry if this is asked before, does G&G still make shoes for RLPL?

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Originally Posted by sldsd View Post

Sorry if this is asked before, does G&G still make shoes for RLPL?

Yep. But in the US, they're made in a narrow fit. They make them in a UK 'D' width for the US market, which translates to 'C' width in North America. So unless you have skinny feet, good luck!
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Thanks for the reply. I have skinny feet but for me the problem is finding a store that has GG for RLPL is too hard lol. I live between Hong Kong/Italy. I tried their flagship store in Hong Kong but it seems there are only CJ for RLPL.

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Unfortunately it's a legit shirt.  They made a yellow one too.  

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Can anyone please disprove this awful shirt? The owner claims that it's from a rare release from the Purple label... 

 

 

https://www.instagram.com/p/BFKhkaOCPDM/?taken-by=t.j.glendinning

 

Yeah, this is a legit shirt and they made it in yellow as well. $995.00  I have to agree with "edwardh123."  It's a strange request for sure.  

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