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Psycho Cowboy brand jeans which retail at £64.99-£69.99 each are in the 2 for £50 deal (which saves £80 to £90!). I don't know much about the brand but apparently they are a Danish indie designer brand. There are 3 different styles available.

Ordered a couple of pairs myself as I did see one pair which I liked previously but refused to pay 60 odd quid for them. £25 each seems reasonable and they look good quality - will update when I receive them.

There are decent sizes still available.

Don't forget free postage when you spend £35 or more!
£5 off spending £40+ does not work.
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#1
Misprice?

So you pay a fair amount less for two pairs than you do for one, right? Makes perfect sense to me - what a truly brilliant marketing strategy they have there - "let's lose money and that way we'll make a bigger profit"(!) :whistling: Lol.
#2
Ha ha yeah. Maybe they realised that noone actually bought them while they are that price.
Didn't believe it myself until it did the deductions at the checkout.
#3
seems a good deal
#4
Nice looking jeans from what i can see,spiffing deal if u ask me,added the voucher aswell but it said it clashed with the 2 for £50 offer but when it went back to the checkout it had taken it off aswell,heat added!!!
#5
what the hell is this brand? u can get recognised brands for around this price. im sorry but this is colder than an eskimos refridgerator.
#6
not too bad a deal looks good
#7
Will Quidco work with this too?
#8
The girls on the site look better!

http://www.psycho-cowboy.com/

http://www.psycho-cowboy.com/Files/Billeder/PsychoCowboy/Collection/AW08/01-l.jpg
#9
covcity07
what the hell is this brand? u can get recognised brands for around this price. im sorry but this is colder than an eskimos refridgerator.


Ditto....
#10
Seriously, where the hell can you get brands for cheaper than 2 for £50!?
#11
the code doesn't work in the 2 for £50 promotion, either does student discount. 7% quidco tho that tracks fast
#12
You really should be referring each other on this deal and getting a further £5 off, there's a refer a friend £5 banner at the bottom of the page
banned#13
brands? well you wont find many at republic other than g star levis bench ..

anyway if you want to get whats behind the hype (ie marketing that makes you want to spend more than is necessary for a pair of cotton denim jeans read on -)

The story behind Danish streetwear brand Psycho Cowboy may well be apocryphal, but its UK sales agent, Reiver Clothing's Dean Batty, is sticking with it. "Apparently, the guy behind it was an orphan. He grew up, made good and started the brand in the 1990s. But he was always a wild card – he lived fast, died young and left the brand to his orphanage."

The way Batty tells it, the orphanage was never up to running the business and so the brand's lifeblood ebbed away.

Five years ago it was picked up by BTX Group, the Danish fashion powerhouse behind brands such as Blend, B Young, Gestuz and Fransa, and relaunched for autumn 08. "Those guys know what they're doing," says Batty. "So, if they are putting money into a brand, you can be sure it's worth it."

But in a market where established brands are going toe-to-toe with each other for every last creaking inch of consumer spend, and where more wannabe brands spring up every season, what sets this one apart is a combination of product, price and marketing. "Just look at the name to begin with," says Batty. "Psycho Cowboy – come on. I wish I'd thought of it." It's certainly designed to grab attention, but the collection itself speaks in more understated tones.

While the spring 08 range had plenty of neon graphics on jerseys, the spring 09 offer is undercut with a sophistication more redolent of the brand's Danish roots. Think ruffle-front tops, leather dresses, high-waisted jeans, biker jackets, silver leggings and cotton dresses for women, while men get long-line cardigans, checked flannel shirts and tailored shorts. For both men and women, lightweight nylons add a futuristic edge. Denim is mostly of the raw variety but with 1980s influences.

And there are more prosaic elements to the brand's appeal. Batty says that the three-times mark-up is a vital draw, while the low minimums and free delivery make it easier to buy into the collection throughout the season. Prices sit at about £10 for T-shirts, £20-plus for jeans and up to £35 for outerwear.

Batty believes a UK turnover of £20 million is easily within Psycho Cowboy's reach, and adds that there is plenty of potential for standalone retail openings. But that is all in the future.


so it appears £25 per pair is about the right price and republic are just doing a marketing exercise since at the moment no other high street chain is stocking it - just a few small operators.

so much for it being a 'brand?
#14
The OP says; "I don't know much about the brand but apparently they are a Danish indie designer brand. There are 3 different styles available."

EXACTLY.........they must pray for people like you....a no - name brand flogging jeans in a saturated market.....they're so good they have to cut the price by 60% plus to sell them.

I bet you'd have bid on the " Emperor's clothes " if you knew where they sold 'em....numpty!
#15
might have been a lot more "adult" if she had been wearing the Emperor's clothes rather than the Cowboy's :whistling:

http://www.psycho-cowboy.com/Files/Billeder/PsychoCowboy/Collection/AW08/01-l.jpg
#16
I lol'd.

They're nice jeans, they look of good quality, for 2 pairs @ £50, how can you go wrong?

Btw, most branded jeans are at least £40+ per pair.....

edit: im gonna buy these so if anyone wants to do the refer a friend promotion PM me
banned#17
ZoLa__
I lol'd.

They're nice jeans, they look of good quality, for 2 pairs @ £50, how can you go wrong?

Btw, most branded jeans are at least £40+ per pair.....


everything is a brand .. this one is a failed brand trying to resurrect itself as a brand in the uk .. and the jeans should only cost £25 each .. its not a deal as such!
banned#18
[QUOTE=glduuk]might have been a lot more "adult" if she had been wearing the Emperor's clothes rather than the Cowboy's :whistling:


what an ugly pic.
#19
wally07
everything is a brand .. this one is a failed brand trying to resurrect itself as a brand in the uk .. and the jeans should only cost £25 each .. its not a deal as such!



Is it now??? Google is your friend.
#20
hi can someone refer me too thanks going to buy these jeans as u cant get high street jeans for £25

mike
#21
Are these available instore, or is it just online? :roll:
I never like buying jeans without seeing them in the flesh!
banned#22
ZoLa__
Is it now??? Google is your friend.


it is actually, read my previous post. where they say the t shirts should cost a tenner and jeans 25 ..

and the truth is there is very little difference between those things that are so called brands and non brands .. eg, republic jeans are their own brand that are not much better than jeans found in new look or primark ..

everyone wants to be a wannabe brand .. all they need are fools who will pay over the odds for a basic item of clothing.

as for pricing by those indie shops .. they like to have items that are little known to complement some more well know brands cos they can charge high prices .. ive seen them sell jeans sold on the markets for a tenner at 60 - 70 ... its what you know ...
banned#23
mike1212
hi can someone refer me too thanks going to buy these jeans as u cant get high street jeans for £25

mike


eh? which high street do you go to .. plenty for less.
#24
ive got one of these psycho cowboy jeans from play. really are good quality and best of all they actually hold their shape. very happy, would happily pay 50 if i saw them in a shop
#25
These look good jeans to me for the price, couldn't give a monkeys whether they are an 'in' brand this week or not :whistling:

Just shame there is only limited range of sizes left
#26
you can click on the 2 fro £50 icon and it takes you to all the 2 for 50 stuff.
#27
Sadly only left in fat fcuk sizes
banned#28
westham08
ive got one of these psycho cowboy jeans from play. really are good quality and best of all they actually hold their shape. very happy, would happily pay 50 if i saw them in a shop


eh? i dont know of any jeans that dont hold their shape?

and what basis do you judge quality .. expert on denim fabrics or manufacturing .. ? none of these then dont claim anything about perceived quality over actual quality.

id pay £150 for these :whistling:
1 Like #29
wally07 - do you get up and shout at the grass in the morning?
#30
jeeez sorry i said anything..i was only giving some aaurance to someone wanting to buy them. i judge them compared to all my other jeans which cost more than 25 each.
#31
I voted hot just to annoy Wally.

:whistling:
#32
wally07
eh? i dont know of any jeans that dont hold their shape?

and what basis do you judge quality .. expert on denim fabrics or manufacturing .. ? none of these then dont claim anything about perceived quality over actual quality.

id pay £150 for these :whistling:


So we should take the advice of someone who has never seen these jeans before, who seems to have some kind of vendetta against them because of the listed RRP, over someone who actually owns them because "they aren't an expert on denim fabrics"...
#33
i like them :D
if they are cheap and i like then ill buy them - name or not
#34
I like the look of the jeans; I've never heard of the brand before, but I like the design and my size is in stock (32" waist, 32" length - you don't often see jeans for short people in stock!) I also added some knitwear from the 2 for £30 section. Thanks for posting!
#35
none in my size any more. They look good!
#36
look like decent enough jeans but i wouldnt pay 50 quid for a pair i wouldnt actually pay 50 quid for any jeans but ive never bought in to any hyped up brand before anyway.
#37
The jeans look okay...

However Republic have had these so called 'deals' for years.... I bought loads of their So Cal stuff a few months ago and even though it looked a phenomenal bargain at the time, i have never actually worn any of it..... We are all being mislead into thinking we are getting bargains when actually you could go to a whole range of outlets and pick up a similar pair of jeans for £25 made by a whole host of obscure labels.

Think about is....£50 is a lot of money but when you convince yourself that you are getting £140 of jeans for £50, you are happy to spend good money and think you have a bargain.... as long as you are happy that's all that matters I say.
#38
They are very good quality - I bought some a few years ago - they are also made in italy rather than the usual far east stuff
banned#39
Judosteffer
They are very good quality - I bought some a few years ago - they are also made in italy rather than the usual far east stuff


good quality based on what fact?

why does made in italy mean better?

most jeans if not all last .. so thats hardly a recommendation is it?????????
#40
wally07
And there are more prosaic elements to the brand's appeal. Batty says that the three-times mark-up is a vital draw, while the low minimums and free delivery make it easier to buy into the collection throughout the season. Prices sit at about £10 for T-shirts, £20-plus for jeans and up to £35 for outerwear.

Batty believes a UK turnover of £20 million is easily within Psycho Cowboy's reach, and adds that there is plenty of potential for standalone retail openings. But that is all in the future.


so it appears £25 per pair is about the right price and republic are just doing a marketing exercise since at the moment no other high street chain is stocking it - just a few small operators.

so much for it being a 'brand?


You do realise £20-plus is the wholesale price, right? As a result the intended retail price is £60+ for Psycho Cowboy jeans, £30 for T-Shirts and £100+ for outer-wear.

wally07
good quality based on what fact?

why does made in italy mean better?

most jeans if not all last .. so thats hardly a recommendation is it?????????


When i compare my LeBreve jeans against a pair of unbranded ones i got out of TK-Maxx it's pretty clear to me that one is better made than the other. For a start the denim is thicker on the former pair, the stitching also seems better. The fit is different too, the LeBreve ones are actually body shaped rather than baggy at the crotch with a couple of drain pipe shaped bits of denim hanging off. Both serve the purpose i bought them for, i couldn't care less if i wrecked the ones i got from TK-Maxx. I wouldn't want to wear them all the time though because i prefer the look and fit of the designer jeans.

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