- Mar 23, 2015
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Looking for a Polo Bear sweater sz L for my brother. Get at me if you have one!
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There’s a bunch on Posh Mark right now; shirts, sweatshirts and sweaters, some pretty reasonably priced.Looking for a Polo Bear sweater sz L for my brother. Get at me if you have one!
Unfortunately no Poshmark up here in Canada yet and my nearest Polo outlet is 45 mins away and way more pricey than the outlets stateside ($200+ for the knits the last time I was there). Probably stuck going that route though. Cheers!I’m looking for cheaply-priced unstructured blazers — fashunz brands like Alex Mill, Life After Denim, Save Khaki, etc., that are stupidly expensive and look good but tend to float around for dirt cheap on the secondary market.
Also LBM/Eddy Bros, Boglioli, Barena, that kind of thing.
Might have stuff to trade, too, you never know.
I’ve been hard on my blazers this year!
Size Large or maybe even XL, colors other than navy (though navy could be a possibility depending on the jacket).
There’s a bunch on Posh Mark right now; shirts, sweatshirts and sweaters, some pretty reasonably priced.
Call your local Polo outlet if you’ve got one. I always assumed they were like other “outlets” (ie places with cheaply-made clothes with the illusion of savings) but I ran into someone in a cool bear sweater the other day — got it from the outlet. Damn.
I have Park Aves in 9.5D but they're not in "excellent mint condition". Let me know if you want to see photos of them anyway.For the black leather oxford, I'm a 9.5 D/M US, or 43 EU, or whatever the UK size is. Preferably something like AE Park Avenue or better.