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Rodd & Gunn

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by 63f100, Jul 1, 2009.

  1. 63f100

    63f100 Member

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    Does anyone have any eperience with Rodd & Gunn clothing ?
    I have some of their stuff and have been impressed with the fabric and overall quality.
    That being said I don't have too much experience with any of the high end brands.

    Cheers
    Bob
     


  2. Journeyman

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    I'm not sure how wide-spread they are - as far as I'm aware, their clothing is only available in Australia and New Zealand.

    On sale, some of their stuff isn't too bad and I have a couple of pairs of their cotton trousers.
    Unfortunately, however, they have an irritating habit of putting their logo on almost everything except jackets and suits - the back of trousers, chest of pullovers/sweaters, pocket of shirts, it all has the dog logo, which I don't like.

    I'd rather pay a bit more and buy clothes from Herringbone on sale, or get stuff from Brooks Brothers via the internet from the Brooks Brothers website or eBay.
     


  3. meister

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    great stuff... good quality and price.
     


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    Good quality. Poor value.
     


  5. TheWraith

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    Their clothes remind me a little of RM Williams or Orvis.
     


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