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PSA: Saks Super Clearance

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Saks in NE Ohio, a.k.a. Beachwood, has 50% the CLEARNANCE price through the end of today. I realize that this is short notice. They had a wonderful plaid Canali sportcoat in 44L for $250 that I had to talk myself out of. If you're in the market for a nice pair of house brand corduroy, they had them for $45.

They had plenty of nice silk knit ties for $15/ea. Also ties from Charvet and Brioni for around $45.

Happy Hunting!
 

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Having a Saks is one of the few redeeming factors going for Cleveland.
 

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Cool, I'm headed to Denver tomorrow and will check it out.
 

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Not really. The only thing I could ever buy there would be socks.
 

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There are some great shoe deals out there. A few days ago, I saw a pair of dark brown suede, apron front, split toe (I think) Kitons in size 8.5 at the Saks in Beverly Hills. They were marked down to something like $600 from $2,400.
 

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Originally Posted by lee_44106
Having a Saks is one of the few redeeming factors going for Cleveland.

Hey, were trying. We also have the Cleveland Clinic, number 1 in heart care woohoo.

Hell who am I kidding Cleveland sucks and I cant wait to leave.
 

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Originally Posted by Ichiro Suzuki
"To tell the truth, I'm not excited to go to Cleveland, but we have to. If I ever saw myself saying I'm excited going to Cleveland, I'd punch myself in the face, because I'm lying."

Ichiro, when asked about having to go to Cleveland.
 

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Originally Posted by daft
Ichiro, when asked about having to go to Cleveland.


Who gives a shit what an over paid Japanese baseball player thinks? Wasn't this the same guy that HAD to go to a city with a high Asian population?
 

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Originally Posted by zbromer
There are some great shoe deals out there. A few days ago, I saw a pair of dark brown suede, apron front, split toe (I think) Kitons in size 8.5 at the Saks in Beverly Hills. They were marked down to something like $600 from $2,400.

US or Kiton size 8.5?
 

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Originally Posted by aportnoy
US or Kiton size 8.5?

I think they were Kiton 8.5, which, if I remember correctly, would be too big for you. You could give them a call, though. I can't remember the name of the salesman, but we talked for several minutes about those Kitons. He was pretty surprised they hadn't sold yet.
 

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Originally Posted by zbromer
I think they were Kiton 8.5, which, if I remember correctly, would be too big for you. You could give them a call, though. I can't remember the name of the salesman, but we talked for several minutes about those Kitons. He was pretty surprised they hadn't sold yet.

Thanks Z. If they are Kiton 8.5s, they are at least a US 9.5, more likely a US 10.
 

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I think you and I are same size, mine are 8, perfect fit
 

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