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HENRI LLOYD 70% OFF ONLINE SALE

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8y, 1w agoFound 8 years, 1 week ago
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Some real bargains! I got a VAAL Jacket (normally £499) for £175!

Nice stuff too !
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#1
You paid 175 quid for a jacket? :whistling:
#2
Trickyjabs
You paid 175 quid for a jacket? :whistling:


Yeah. And it's the dogs dangly bits!:p
#3
Has HL lost their 'chav' image yet?

Hope so because I like their clothes but never dared wear them!
#4
madgee
Has HL lost their 'chav' image yet?


Nope. See also Lacoste, Tommy Hilfiger, Fila and so on and so forth
#5
madgee
Has HL lost their 'chav' image yet?

Hope so because I like their clothes but never dared wear them!


It is a shame, cos some of there stuff is built to deliver, and lasts ages....
#6
Trickyjabs
You paid 175 quid for a jacket? :whistling:


Ha ha, what a lame reply! I am in no way bragging as I have had to save for them but I have two jackets that cost over £200 that I need for Climbing and one that was way over £300 for going out in. You get what you pay for my friend. You come across as someone in a dirty £10.00 Mac, string as a belt and carries all your belongings around in a carrier bag. Just because people wanna save money does not mean they wanna buy tat!
#7
It isn't 'chav' stuff at all. The jumpers and polos are normall quite expensive.
#8
their clothes are no better than any other brand just overpriced because of that cheap looking logo.
#9
Some of the HL wet weather offshore stuff is exceptionally good quality.
We have a store in town - some nice kit in there.
#10
I think its the counterfeit clothing that make brands chav
#11
Unfortunately brands can get the chav stigma and not deserve it, whether expensive or not.

HL make quality gear, especially for sailing, but seeing an HL jacket draped around the shoulders of a heavily tattooed thug, doesn't help things!
#12
madgee
but seeing an HL jacket draped around the shoulders of a heavily tattooed thug, doesn't help things!


I got a jacket reduced from £500 to £175. I guarantee I won't see anyone else wearing it in my town.:thumbsup:
#13
planearm
I got a jacket reduced from £500 to £175. I guarantee I won't see anyone else wearing it in my town.:thumbsup:


Not always a good sign :thumbsup:
#14
HL make great jeans so hot from me
#15
anyone else having problems getting on the site?
#16
souljacker;4079009
anyone else having problems getting on the site?

Yup... tried a couple of times since the original post.
#17
just not playing :(
#18
Same here. Shame, i was really wanting a new Chav outfit on the cheap! heh heh
#19
trigger_andy
Ha ha, what a lame reply! I am in no way bragging as I have had to save for them but I have two jackets that cost over £200 that I need for Climbing and one that was way over £300 for going out in. You get what you pay for my friend. You come across as someone in a dirty £10.00 Mac, string as a belt and carries all your belongings around in a carrier bag. Just because people wanna save money does not mean they wanna buy tat!


Blimey, rattled your cage! :whistling: For your information, my mac cost a fiver and I use a length of electrical flex for a belt!

You're right, in most cases, you do get what you pay for. If you've got 175 quid and you want to spend it on a jacket, go for it. Don't think it'll necessarily last five times longer than a 35 quid jacket though for example.
#20
Yeh, I guess you rattled me a bit!;-) The first thig you said to the lad who posted in my opinion a great find was remark that he would think to spend £175 on a jacket in what came across as a smug and mucking way.

Your may be right that a £175/£500 jacket may not last any longer than a £35 one (for arguments sake) but you show your ignorance as to what these Jacket are built to do. If you wore a £35 jacket on the open sea or Ice Climbing/Hill walkig not only would you get laughed off the Hill you'd most likely end up dead!

Just a thought!:whistling:
#21
The problem is with this kinda stuff, Paul n Shark and the likes etc....it's built to last, so gets picked up for terrace wear and seen as trendy, chavs then mimic (along with fakies on the scene), and it ends up being slightly tarnished, which is a shame really, cos the quality can be exceptional...

And what's worse, you get a £175 jacket, and then see some 14 year old wearing it to school ;-)
#22
What nonsense, only the people with low self esteem need to label themselves!!! lol
#23
LMFAO, another Lame Ass primark wearer. Please tell me your over 50 years old! Anyone under that age with any kind of self esteem should try and look there best. You can sit there all you like and say people who 'Lable' themself's have low self esteem but through out history people have always wanted to wear the best that they can afford, for the durability and the asthetic's. That aint gonna change,ever!

Its funny how the its always the same old people who smell of wee, and wear baggy shapeless clothes make these tired old 'Label' comments!
#24
Grimmie75
The problem is with this kinda stuff, Paul n Shark and the likes etc....it's built to last, so gets picked up for terrace wear and seen as trendy, chavs then mimic (along with fakies on the scene), and it ends up being slightly tarnished, which is a shame really, cos the quality can be exceptional...

And what's worse, you get a £175 jacket, and then see some 14 year old wearing it to school ;-)


Your exactly right, noone can say that the 1980's casual was chavvy. But now due to people mimicking it and doing it badly then you get the chavvy look.
#25
Henri Lloyd stuff is top notch, couldnt be further from chav wear - chav's could not afford quality like this.
#26
trigger_andy
If you wore a £35 jacket on the open sea or Ice Climbing/Hill walkig not only would you get laughed off the Hill you'd most likely end up dead!

Just a thought!:whistling:


True, my original post could have been deemed to be condescending, didn’t mean it to be.

It's a fair point, but isn't Henri Lloyd more of a 'fashion' label rather than a practical make? Don't ever remember Ranulph Fiennes wearing one on his adventures! :thumbsup:
#27
joshtbh
Henri Lloyd stuff is top notch, couldnt be further from chav wear - chav's could not afford quality like this.


They odn't have to afford full prices, they nick it or buy it from a 'geezer' darn the pub!
#28
Henri lloyd is top notch ,i have been wearing there clothes for three years plus and spent at least a grand in the last year.:thumbsup:
#29
thanks,some good prices
#30
Ahhh enough of the moaning children :p
Back to the deal.. I wouldnt normally buy from them as it is a tad exp and yes, a little random with styles. However i have just had a look and on the ladies part i have found nothing with 70% off.
A good find if you normally buy from them :)
#31
okay prices, I used to wear the stuff in the 90's, Stone Island etc. But won't wear them anymore since the terraces and chavs started wearing it
#32
Not much of a range is it, are they going bust? Almost everything is out of stock - another 10 mins and they'll be able to switch the website off as there'll be nothing left.
#33
trigger_andy
Ha ha, what a lame reply! I am in no way bragging as I have had to save for them but I have two jackets that cost over £200 that I need for Climbing and one that was way over £300 for going out in. You get what you pay for my friend. You come across as someone in a dirty £10.00 Mac, string as a belt and carries all your belongings around in a carrier bag. Just because people wanna save money does not mean they wanna buy tat!


Climbing? - given it's a chav jacket would that be climbing in and out of people's windows? :p
#34
Well i dont think £175 is expensive for a jacket if it makes you look and feel good , ive spent £1000 not to long ago on only a few items , i dont even want some of the tops nows lol....but that was buy a designer brand.

Heri Lloyd is not designer , wouldnt be seen dead in it myself , but thats me , if you like it and are happy wearing it then thats good , dont let others tell u what to wear , i dont judge others buy what they happen to wear even though i spend a lot on clothes , its for me and what i like to do and what i feel more comfy in wearing...it dont make anyone better then anyone else.
#35
go to usc also instore i got some nice hl trainers £12 when i got to till £90 to start with
#36
bargain
#37
A lot of jealousy in this thread.

If you are happy dressed up in Primark's finest made by kids in India for 1p a day good luck to you!
#39
jamespo
A lot of jealousy in this thread.

If you are happy dressed up in Primark's finest made by kids in India for 1p a day good luck to you!

Its funny how some of these brands started off great and trendy and then fell foul of the 'chav' image.
I used to have lacoste/henri lloyd t-shirts / jumpers etc and loved them in the early 90's (although they were really expensive). Most of their casual ranges are overpriced I agree and there is really no arguement for 'you get what you pay for' as paying for the label doesnt count i'm afraid, we can only go off quality/functionality/looks if we want to compare !!
I think £175 for a jacket is ridiculous if this is bought by someone intended to use as a casual jacket. I have not priced up jackets for a particular activity (eg sailing/climbing jackets) as these are more specialized but I'll put money on the fact that you can get a better jacket for whatever purpose from a 'less commercialized' brand.

I think its also a little unfair to assume that those not willing to spend such vast sums on jackets actually smell of wee and carry their belongings in carry bags wherever they go, lol. I would disagreewith the comments about people being jeolous as well as some will still be able to afford £175 for a jacket but CHOOSE not to be so silly and spend their money on other things instead that offer better value.

Some people , myself included (and under 50 i may add!) do like to look their best when they go out and on a personal note my hygiene levels are second to none !. However I do try and find other brands that dont tend to carry the same 'chav' image and are cheaper too , much cheaper !

I like to keep with brands like 'duck and cover' , 'firetrap' and 'g-star' for my jeans/combats (only when on offer mind as most of these are overpriced too)

I also see quite a lot of people wearing very expensive clothing such as jackets costing £175 + and more and living in quite awful conditions, run-down council houses / rough estates. This is why I am more determined not to dress like them as we all know the sorts of people we are reffering too .... £200 on a jacket, no problem but a home full of donated furniture, no carpets, bailiffs at the door every morning and regular weekly visits to the post office at the same time every week to collect their giros.

No thanks , keep your image and keep your 'chav' clothing , thats no life for me !
#40
It was those Henry Lloyd boots that were always the chav favourites especially when their skinny shell suit trousers were tucked into them!!
Nasty things.

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