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Ralph Lauren RLPL, RLBL and PRL authentic tag numbers

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Abstraktmind, Mar 16, 2011.

  1. Abstraktmind

    Abstraktmind Senior member

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    Hey everyone. I was wondering where would you look for the tags on shirts authenticity? I know they are 7 digits (94xxxxx), but I don't see them on any of my shirts, and most are bought straight from Ralphlauren.com. Help?
     
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    rebel222 Senior member

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    If you bought your shirt from Ralphlauren.com, then it's authentic.
     
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    Abstraktmind Senior member

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    I know that, but I was just curious as to see where I could find the numbers. I bought a couple RLPL and BL shirts of B&S also.
     
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    rebel222 Senior member

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    How many different places are there to look on a shirt? If you don't see it, then there aren't any.
     
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    RN #41381 is a common RL number.

    I've also never seen an RL item, authentic or otherwise, that did not possess a tag with an RN. The only times that I have not seen a RN, which is standard even amng low-end brands, are on liquidated surplus clothes that were never branded.
     

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