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BOSS Men's Prime Polo Shirt White - £32.18 @ Amazon
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BOSS Men's Prime Polo Shirt White - £32.18 @ Amazon

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Posted 3rd Jul

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Description:

  • 100% Cotton
  • Machine Wash - Cold (30° max)
  • Slim Fit
  • Short Sleeve
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Yet another over priced cotton polo shirt, with a so called quality motif.
Worse quality ever
DodgeySolenoid03/07/2019 22:13

Yet another over priced cotton polo shirt, with a so called quality motif.


Trolls please Scroll on
DodgeySolenoid03/07/2019 22:31

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You’ll be waiting a while since I neither wear polo shirts nor frequent the pub. I’ll see how you’re getting on in a few months.
Not sure about the colour, shame the others aren't on offer.
Thanks for posting op
Edited by: "jozski" 3rd Jul
Who pays £30 for a t-shirt?
Thanks, ordered the dark blue one 2 days ago for £37, it took 2 days so complained and amazon gave me £5 voucher (usually free month prime) , great for and top so ordered this white one and got for £27 after voucher. To point out these are boss green, my favourite fitting one, slim fit unlike the normal boss baggy things.
jozski03/07/2019 22:42

Not sure about the colour, shame the others aren't on offer. Thanks for …Not sure about the colour, shame the others aren't on offer. Thanks for posting op


There’s a dark blue one that is
crazy_b05/07/2019 20:28

There’s a dark blue one that is


57?
Edited by: "jozski" 5th Jul
The hugo boss prime polos are at the very bottom of the hugo boss quality range. They aren't very nice at all, and even at this price I would probably avoid and choose something perhaps from hawes and curtis who make some really nice polos for around the same price. The hugo boss paddy polos are really nice though, and come up now and again for around £40. The difference isn't the material (although the material used is very good) but the cut and style. Most polos give an unflattering square look, whereas the hugo boss contours to the shape of your body by bringing the mid and bottom sections in slighty. Wouldn't pay more than £40 for one though, and definately not the shops usual £89! My wardrobe has three hugo boss, and about 10 cheap ones for knocking about in.
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