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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by whodini, May 21, 2009.
Anybody seen the black on blacks in outlets lately?
A lot of those 6600 aren't even RRL. They're Polo, Rugby, RLX even Diesel with RRL spamming in the title.
Yeah but even if you knocked it down to half (3300), you're still looking at 10% auction, 90% BIN.
It's their right, of course, I just think it's ridiculous.
Loosely related, I was at the Chicago Outlet today in Aurora (now with 3 RRL items) and saw several Chinese people with large hiking backpacks stuffed to the brim with just the regular Polo stuff.
Teh Azns love Ralph.
If anybody sees the plain brown cardigan from this season in a large at a store or something drop me a message, I'd really appreciate it
even their picture frame listings are personally jock-worn
LOL at what the front of the shirt says vs. what the tag says:
lol. where did you find this?
If I recall I believe they also sell some kind of wedding crap, like those picture frames. They've got some website that I saw like 8 months ago.
I'm no RRL expert but it looked like Am Rag in Hollywood had Officers selvage Chinos. I couldn't find Selvage written anywhere but they def were officer Chinos and they were $220. Had one each of waist 30, 32, 33 and 34 I think.
Saw this on eBay, posted recently:
Looks interestingly rare.
Here's a Rugby one that was just posted, kinda similar:
Also there is a crazy new eBay bidder bidding on this.
lol. 29 bids with current bid at $32 dollars.
Nooooooooo! why did you post that I was planning on bidding on it... now everyone is gonna bid on it... : (
EDIT: looool that guy is a noob.. i should contact seller and give him a price
I saw that. Interesting, but not enough at that price.
The ski pants that are mentioned in the listing are pretty wild; I wonder if the purchaser actually uses them on the slopes (I'm not implying that they should be worn on the street...):
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