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Canali for Casual Wear (Polos)?

justonemore

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Hi All,

While I have over a dozen Canali suits, I haven't tried out any of their more casual clothing. While "innocently" browsing the shelves at a local men's store, I happened upon a stack of Canali Polos marked down from $220 to $110. I put 3 on hold, all of which are in "staple" colors (navy, white, and dark red).. They fit well enough (a tad short for my personal liking but still an acceptable length). No visible logos/markings at all ( I'm sure a few gents will appreciate this).

Soooo...Before I go ahead and purchase them...

Does anyone have any direct experience with Canali polo shirts?

What does everyone think? Are you getting a premium product (for the premium price)? I don't mind paying $1'200 for a Canali suit because I know that they are fully canvased, etc... But the original price of $220 for a polo isn't cheap by any stretch of the imagination. At $110 am I getting a really good bargain on a high quality product? or am I getting a mediocre product for what amounts to be still too high of a price?

Thanks in advance...

P.S. I wasn't sure if this post was classic or streetwear...Polos aren't really either (imo). I ended up posting it here because Canali is a classic menswear company. My apologies in advance to anyone that feels I may have errored in doing so.
 

Grigory

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Canali uses visibly better fabric for their polo shirts than BB or Lacoste, they fit a bit slimmer. Hard to tell whether it justifies $110 for polo shirt
 
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