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Levi's 504 Eco - £74.95 REDUCED too £20.91+£3.99 @ MandMDirect - Only one size 31x34
Levi's 504 Eco - £74.95 REDUCED too £20.91+£3.99 @ MandMDirect - Only one size 31x34

Levi's 504 Eco - £74.95 REDUCED too £20.91+£3.99 @ MandMDirect - Only one size 31x34

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Only 31x34 available, good for tall thin people.
If you can make your order up to £50 then i think you can get free delivery too.

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Sorry, I dont buy Levi's because of thier trading policies.

This might be a good deal as far as the discount goes (some might say the price has just become realistic - they are just jeans after all), but their track record on free trade leaves a lot to be desired .....

ZerocoolJ;7525773

Sorry, I dont buy Levi's because of thier trading policies.This might be … Sorry, I dont buy Levi's because of thier trading policies.This might be a good deal as far as the discount goes (some might say the price has just become realistic - they are just jeans after all), but their track record on free trade leaves a lot to be desired .....



I suggest you look into everything you buy then......:whistling:, I even have my suspicions with buying Fairtrade items

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these particular jeans are made in hungary

choc1969;7525810

I suggest you look into everything you buy then......:whistling:, I even … I suggest you look into everything you buy then......:whistling:, I even have my suspicions with buying Fairtrade items



If I was banging the "fairtrade" drum I might agree with your statement, but I mentioned "free trade" - totaly different.
Levi's for one have had a policy of making the items (like other companies) in 'low-cost' production facilities :roll: but to add to this they also dictated what and where the item might te sold for - and suing every store, company or trader etc if they didnt tow the line and ask 'how high' when Levi's said jump..... admittedly they are not the only ones who do this, but in this day and age I for one am tired of being ripped off by greedy companies

ZerocoolJ;7525958

If I was banging the "fairtrade" drum I might agree with your statement, … If I was banging the "fairtrade" drum I might agree with your statement, but I mentioned "free trade" - totaly different. Levi's for one have had a policy of making the items (like other companies) in 'low-cost' production facilities :roll: but to add to this they also dictated what and where the item might te sold for - and suing every store, company or trader etc if they didnt tow the line and ask 'how high' when Levi's said jump..... admittedly they are not the only ones who do this, but in this day and age I for one am tired of being ripped off by greedy companies



As quoted....."I even have"........:roll:, which implies both not singular

But as to Freetrade......if i were you I would still examine every purchase you make ;-)

ZerocoolJ;7525773

Sorry, I dont buy Levi's because of thier trading policies.This might be … Sorry, I dont buy Levi's because of thier trading policies.This might be a good deal as far as the discount goes (some might say the price has just become realistic - they are just jeans after all), but their track record on free trade leaves a lot to be desired .....



I don't due to them being soft wearing over priced crap.

andiejn;7526042

I don't due to them being soft wearing over priced crap.



Nicely put Rep added.

I won't buy them, cos I can't get into them!

;-)

So, I could have bought these when I was 18, and even then it would have been a squeeze :whistling:
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