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Adidas Hamburg green/yellow uk7,8,9 £32 @ aspecto using code SALE20
Sale20 works for an extra 20% off all items including spezial, zx, country og, gazelle indoor etc Click and collect to store Manchester Leeds etc or pay £6
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dodgymix

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I think u will find Hamburg's are more CASUALASTICO

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Aspecto SALE Mens Barbour Border Jacket £100 + £6p&p/free collect in store RRP £249
First Deal post so apologies if anything is not 100% how it should be. Bought one of these myself last week and fantastic jacket for the price. These are selling for high prices second hand on everyo… Read more
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Think they are sold out now

some good deals on this site, heat added thanks

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Funny sizing left but cracking deal
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Barbour Heritage Liddesdale Jacket £70.00 @Aspecto (Barbour Sale on many more available)
Lots of others on sale, £70.00 Collected if your local to one of there shops, £76.00 Delivered, Paypal accepted. +5% Quidco ( As little as £72.50 delivered) Small, Medium, and Large available at a de… Read more
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tom6195

Are these slim fitting?



This one is a tailored, but they have the Liddesdale normal that isn't for £65.00 i think.
Edited by: "axe_1986" 17th Jan 2013

Are these slim fitting?
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Toms half price £20 from £40 plus 8% quidco @ Aspecto
Toms half price plus quidco various colours and styles Toms Freetown espadrilles with a perforated canvas upper and twisted rope sole detail. Classic Toms branding featured on the heel.
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Might want to add the £6.00 delivery fee or the free click and collect to the title

Lol I just ordered the ringspun ones which look mighty similar to toms but I might still order some!

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Barbour International Padded Jacket £90 from £160 Various colours + 8% Quidco @ Aspecto
Jacket in various colours down from £160 seems a good deal for a decent brand, £90 + 8% Quidco Barbour International Padded jacket with four pockets through the front, belted waist and buckled collar… Read more
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kayzee

I'm ordering myself a Barbour jacket, this one in fact... where are the … I'm ordering myself a Barbour jacket, this one in fact... where are the logos?I'm ordering because I like the style, the price is of no concern to me. I'm on HUKD so obviously I'm always after a bargain, but that could mean a £5 t-shirt or a £250 jacket. I buy something because I like it, not just because it's made by a decent brand.Barbour also offer a re-waxing service and repair service for their jackets... I wonder if Primark do that?I agree with your point about splashing the brand name all over items of clothing, for this reason I shall never wear Bench or Superdry again, despite liking some of their stuff. It's an embarrassment... but even the Barbour jacket this thread is about only has one logo patch sewn on the front, hardly unsightly is it?Also, maybe this means nothing to you, and that's completely understandable... but Barbour (along with brands like Fred Perry and Lyle & Scott) have heritage which actually does interest me. Call me a geek but I enjoy learning about how brands started etc. whereas Bench and Superdry certainly do not have this.



I'm not sure why you keep hammering on about Primark but it sounds like we agree more than we disagree! However, the fact remains that Barbour and many others have become 'fashion' brands and, in the process, have often lost much of their utility and quality. They've moved from small, well respected and steady businesses to ones out for the 'quick buck'; in the process they've often let down their core customer base. I already quoted Hunter wellies as a prime example: they used to be the best wellies at an appropriately high price, now they are little more than expensive, chinese-made fashion tat which, by all accounts, don't last. Ugg is another brand which could be quoted in this context.
Edited by: "Besford" 30th Dec 2012

Besford

I offered a personal view and I didn't start name calling. Ignore my … I offered a personal view and I didn't start name calling. Ignore my comment or post a contrary view if you wish (neither of which you've managed to achieve here) but there is some validity in my point (maybe this one isn't the best example though).Not too long a go a piece of 'quality' clothing had a discrete label inside and the wearer knew what they'd paid for, others may have recognised the quality, maybe not. Now all these 'brands' are being bought up by marketing houses and they seek to get a return on their investment by tastelessly splashing the brand name across them to impress the impressionable. Often the quality is far poorer too (Hunter wellies are a prime example).Like I said: just my opinion.



I'm ordering myself a Barbour jacket, this one in fact... where are the logos?

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I'm ordering because I like the style, the price is of no concern to me. I'm on HUKD so obviously I'm always after a bargain, but that could mean a £5 t-shirt or a £250 jacket. I buy something because I like it, not just because it's made by a decent brand.

Barbour also offer a re-waxing service and repair service for their jackets... I wonder if Primark do that?

I agree with your point about splashing the brand name all over items of clothing, for this reason I shall never wear Bench or Superdry again, despite liking some of their stuff. It's an embarrassment... but even the Barbour jacket this thread is about only has one logo patch sewn on the front, hardly unsightly is it?

Also, maybe this means nothing to you, and that's completely understandable... but Barbour (along with brands like Fred Perry and Lyle & Scott) have heritage which actually does interest me. Call me a geek but I enjoy learning about how brands started etc. whereas Bench and Superdry certainly do not have this.

kayzee

Why is there one of these Primark morons on every branded clothing … Why is there one of these Primark morons on every branded clothing threads? If I don't like something within a thread... I don't click on it? So why do you?



I offered a personal view and I didn't start name calling. Ignore my comment or post a contrary view if you wish (neither of which you've managed to achieve here) but there is some validity in my point (maybe this one isn't the best example though).

Not too long a go a piece of 'quality' clothing had a discrete label inside and the wearer knew what they'd paid for, others may have recognised the quality, maybe not. Now all these 'brands' are being bought up by marketing houses and they seek to get a return on their investment by tastelessly splashing the brand name across them to impress the impressionable. Often the quality is far poorer too (Hunter wellies are a prime example).

Like I said: just my opinion.


Edited by: "Besford" 28th Dec 2012

Besford

Ah but that's the whole point: I could easily afford it - because I … Ah but that's the whole point: I could easily afford it - because I haven't wasted my money on overpriced goods in search of some mythical satisfaction.Not nearly as stupid as Ugg boots I'll grant you though! ;)Just my opinion.



Why is there one of these Primark morons on every branded clothing threads? If I don't like something within a thread... I don't click on it? So why do you?

Besford

Ah but that's the whole point: I could easily afford it - because I … Ah but that's the whole point: I could easily afford it - because I haven't wasted my money on overpriced goods in search of some mythical satisfaction.Not nearly as stupid as Ugg boots I'll grant you though! ;)Just my opinion.



I never liked Barbour jackets but needed a new coat, had a look at these and thought they were over priced but decided to try them on anyway.
Warmest and most comfortable jacket I've ever tried.
Well worth the money, getting it for this price + quidco just makes it better.
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Birkenstock Madrid sandals £22.00 @ Aspecto *instore*
We have just been to Aspecto at Meadowhall Sheffield, Birkenstocks in sale so i got stocked up. They have Madrid birkenstocks on offer at £22.00 in Bronze, Metallic Blue, Metallic Rose and patent gre… Read more
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Ugly sandals!!! oO

If you have a TK Maxx nearby they have the Madrid's instore for £14, good range of colours and sizes.