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    Lactose Polo Pricing



    Hello! Park & Bond has a handful of Lactose L12.12 Pique Polo on sale for only $45.00. I just picked up some Ralph Lauren polos for a total of $70 bucks the other day. So my dilemma is that I want to wait a little bit before I make another purchase. The Lactose are on final sale though, should I pull the trigger right now or is $45 too good of a price to pass up even if I do want to wait.


    #2


    Can I wear one if I'm lactose intolerant?

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      #3


      You can go ahead and buy, but be warned that the polos may give you gas or stomach aches.

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        #4


        This is a Damn You Auto Correct if there ever was one...but we should milk it for all it's worth.

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          #5


          We talking 1% or 2%?

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            #6


            just to whey in on the situation, these polos are cream of the crop, but I'd still wait

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              #7


              Maybe it's me, but $45 still seems like too much to pay for a polo shirt.

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                #8


                I dairysay runner-guy just broke the combo.

                Ben

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                  #9


                  Not to milk this gag any longer than udderly necessary, but was the original intent to say Lacoste?

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                    #10


                    I did break it. Sorry. I guess I got lactose intolerant.

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                      #11


                      Man, this is one cheesy thread.


                      But seriously, I don't like how Lacoste polos fit, just my 2 cents.

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                        #12


                        Lacoste polos have 2 different fits I believe. There is a European cut and an American cut. I own a black lacoste polo that fits amazingly which I got from their flagship store here. I went to their outlet because they were on sale for ~$30 and tried a couple on, they were cut completely differently. They were MUCH boxier. It could be they changed their cut between my two visits, but the discrepency was so large I cant imagine it.

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                          #13


                          Lacoste has way more than just two cuts, its actually pretty confusing.


                          L12.12 that David linked to is the boxy, classic fit that does not taper. Back when I was wearing Medium in almost all other brands, I would wear an XS in the L12.12 - if that gives you an idea of how different they are cute.


                          Now I'm craving a grilled cheese.

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                            #14


                            ~$30 at their outlet? I stopped by their outlet store and they were having a "Spring Sale" for some of their polos: $80. I promptly walked out


                            Speaking of polos, I received an email from Brooks Brother's advertising for a $2000 polo... Apparently it's a boxed set of 44 polos in all of their colors. Who needs that many polos?

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                              #15


                              Just stay away from the Lactose Swiss cut. It might look nice but damn if it won't be full of holes.

                              Dress for style, live for results.

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