Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by earthdragon, Nov 18, 2008.
Good job! Let us know when you get a reply.
They deleted it off their facebook page (three times) within 90 seconds.
I sent a follow-up email with the same message and also letting them know (politely) that they were having tech problems with their facebook page.
Ps. Good work Tobias
Well done, jaypee. Maybe send them a link to this this thread as well so they can come and explain it to us.
A pair of J Screw pants:
On the US site - Bowery oxford cloth in classic fit $88.00
On the Aus site - Bowery oxford cloth in classic fit AUD 121.44
Free shipping. lol.
I love ranting on companies' Facebook pages. The idea that people might complain on there sometimes seems genuinely never to have occurred to them...
Just visited J Crew Assbook page. Nice to see couple of fellas here all up in arms about the price hike
Also loving Tobias' pant bulge in his assbook pic.
Good initiative JP, will be very interested to see how you go here. Keep us posted.
Yeaahhh those pants are a little tight...
Makes me laugh. Have always wanted to, but refrained. Glad to see you guys taking it up.
Lennier - Id be interested to know what the outcome of you Lewin Facebook commentary was? Did you follow it up it just leave it, did you get a response?
It's alright bro.
I think Glue Store have Edwin and some other higher quality jeans brands. You might want to check them out.
I sense your disappointment. We have let you down, and let you down badly.
I, for one, swear never to buy Giordano ever again and I encourage my brethren here to join me in this pledge.
From now on I will only ever wear neatly pressed wranglers from Sheplers for $21.99 (down from $24.99 - save $3!)
While we are talking denim, I have a pair of Size 34 - Momotaro "Going to Battle" 15.7oz "Tight Straight" Raw Selvedge Denim - Model 0705sp For Sale in Melbourne
Never worn although washed in the machine once to see if any shrinkage would occur - PM me
...or how about a pair of Blundstones for AUD 200...oops, too bad..."We're sorry—this item is so popular, it has sold out".
Re Bludnstones since they closed the factory in Tasmania and moved to Thailand I no longer buy them.
Also I wonder if these US companies setting up mirror sites have anything to do with the fact that some Australian retailers are moving to an online presence and will be flogging a similar product or is this the face that internet shopping is now going to present to consumers? Have one site for local buyers and one for global customers? Just a thought.
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