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North Sea Clothing

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by hoit1981, Dec 9, 2010.

  1. cellardoors

    cellardoors Senior Member

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    One more question if I may... Is it TTS (eg if i normally wear sweaters with P2P of 20"-21", I should get the M, or should I size up for the L)?
     


  2. ManofKent

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    Slightly over sized for the tag
     


  3. Hewes

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    The green roll neck looks very nice
     


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    I am XS in most brands, would NS be a bit big for me? it looks that way
     


  5. CommanderMcBragg

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    I'm a bit troubled by this company's customer service...or perhaps lack thereof.

    A North Sea cardigan that I purchased through J.Crew piqued my interest in this company, so I checked out their website. On Tuesday, I purchased two pairs of their two-tone MK1 tennis shoes--one in each of the two colors. Price was £35 per pair. Perusing their site again yesterday, I noted that the price had dropped to £25 per pair, which means I spent £20 more--or roughly $25USD--the day before. My polite email requesting a price adjustment yielded a response of, "so sorry, but this is the nature of commerce."

    Does this seem fair? The company accepts returns, so a local buyer could simply go back to their store, return the shoes, and re-purchase them for less. Should I be penalized for living on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean? I can appreciate that they do not want customers saying, "Hey, I just bought these a month ago and now I want a partial refund because they are on sale," but these shoes are a week away from even hitting my doorstep!

    The $25 in question won't change my life, but it's the principle that irks me. I'm debating eating the $30 (two-way shipping) and sending them back altogether once they arrive. Curious to know the thoughts of others here on SF.
     


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    To me that would just be the nature of commerce. Imo Id ignore it.
     


  7. CommanderMcBragg

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    It's pfui Teufel customer service, in my opinion. With all of the other internet options these days, I won't be shopping with North Sea Clothing in the future.
     


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