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Ralph Lauren L/S polo shirt - £24.99 instore @ Ralph Lauren Cheshire Oaks Outlet (instore)
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Ralph Lauren L/S polo shirt - £24.99 instore @ Ralph Lauren Cheshire Oaks Outlet (instore)

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Posted 16th JanAvailable: National
Ralph Lauren L/S polo shirt custom fit from the Ralph Lauren outlet store at Cheshire Oaks. Plenty of sizes available from XS-XXL. £24.99
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I use to love RL but these outlets have cheapened the brand somewhat for me, just an everyday label now, bit like it is in the states
AVANTIME16/01/2019 22:00

I use to love RL but these outlets have cheapened the brand somewhat for …I use to love RL but these outlets have cheapened the brand somewhat for me, just an everyday label now, bit like it is in the states


You’re entitled to your opinion, but does that mean that it’s not a deal? You’d pay nearly £25 for an unbranded L/S polo?
AVANTIME16/01/2019 22:00

I use to love RL but these outlets have cheapened the brand somewhat for …I use to love RL but these outlets have cheapened the brand somewhat for me, just an everyday label now, bit like it is in the states


That's like saying I won't buy a BMW because good lease deals mean more people drive them. The product doesn't change.
These are good prices for what many still see as designer clothing they wouldn't normally afford.
Creasey31817/01/2019 05:23

That's like saying I won't buy a BMW because good lease deals mean more …That's like saying I won't buy a BMW because good lease deals mean more people drive them. The product doesn't change.These are good prices for what many still see as designer clothing they wouldn't normally afford.


Don't Ralph make items purely to be sold at these outlet centres, it's not stock that has been pulled from Bond Street..
Doesn't matter either way. People get to buy genuine branded stock at reasonable prices.
Awful quality these outlet polos. Primark £8 level with a RL badge.
Let you into a secret. A lot of items in outlets never actually hit the shelf’s of the standard stores. They actually manufacture items with cheaper materials that are intended for outlets....

They make you think you are getting a bargain, but in fact the item was never actually sold on the high street.

This isn’t every item, but a lot of items....
I have about 5 of these superb quality
Nic351910 h, 46 m ago

You’re entitled to your opinion, but does that mean that it’s not a deal? Y …You’re entitled to your opinion, but does that mean that it’s not a deal? You’d pay nearly £25 for an unbranded L/S polo?


Actually I shop there a lot, but as mentioned above, a lot of this stuff is made for outlets, I use to sell RL on Ebay, use to sell really well, not anymore, go figure, this is a good price though.
Creasey31817/01/2019 05:23

That's like saying I won't buy a BMW because good lease deals mean more …That's like saying I won't buy a BMW because good lease deals mean more people drive them. The product doesn't change.These are good prices for what many still see as designer clothing they wouldn't normally afford.


Really? BMW use to make prestige cars only, driven by wealthy people, now they make every day cars the majority of working people can afford, just like RL clothing
AVANTIME17/01/2019 09:14

Really? BMW use to make prestige cars only, driven by wealthy people, now …Really? BMW use to make prestige cars only, driven by wealthy people, now they make every day cars the majority of working people can afford, just like RL clothing


Not true. They make the same cars but the method of obtaining finance has changed making it more accessible for people on lower incomes.
Mada0617/01/2019 09:18

Not true. They make the same cars but the method of obtaining finance has …Not true. They make the same cars but the method of obtaining finance has changed making it more accessible for people on lower incomes.


So they always made the BMW 1 series then? Talking nonsense, same with Mercedes
RAFAVDV3 h, 24 m ago

Don't Ralph make items purely to be sold at these outlet centres, it's not …Don't Ralph make items purely to be sold at these outlet centres, it's not stock that has been pulled from Bond Street..


I've a few RL polos, a couple from the States, a couple from Cheshire Oaks and 1 a gift which came from John Lewis. There's no discernible difference in quality between them IMO.
Creasey3184 h, 15 m ago

That's like saying I won't buy a BMW because good lease deals mean more …That's like saying I won't buy a BMW because good lease deals mean more people drive them. The product doesn't change.These are good prices for what many still see as designer clothing they wouldn't normally afford.


No, it doesn’t mean that. The outlets sell clothes that are not of the same quality as the full price. If you had a bmw on a lease, it would still be the same BMW quality as a new one from a dealer
RL might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but from a quick Google search, these are retailing between £50-£90. Just saying.;)
Standard price really for the outlets. Ralph Lauren has gone down hill over the last few years. Too many chavs wearing it, and fakes about to been seen as a ‘high end’ brand anymore. It’s a shame as the quality used to be so good, even after many washes and cycles in the dryer. No shrinkage or much fading!
diamonddave17/01/2019 09:43

Standard price really for the outlets. Ralph Lauren has gone down hill …Standard price really for the outlets. Ralph Lauren has gone down hill over the last few years. Too many chavs wearing it, and fakes about to been seen as a ‘high end’ brand anymore. It’s a shame as the quality used to be so good, even after many washes and cycles in the dryer. No shrinkage or much fading!


To be fair, you could say that about ANY designer label. Only my opinion, but I’m happy to spend £25 on a branded polo shirt. Everyone has their own views.(highfive)
Nic351917/01/2019 09:34

RL might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but from a quick Google search, t …RL might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but from a quick Google search, these are retailing between £50-£90. Just saying.;)


That’s from original priced stock and of better quality
Nic35198 m ago

To be fair, you could say that about ANY designer label. Only my opinion, …To be fair, you could say that about ANY designer label. Only my opinion, but I’m happy to spend £25 on a branded polo shirt. Everyone has their own views.(highfive)


I’m the same. I would rather buy a branded one over a primark, h and m, new look. It might be slightly more expensive initially, but they usually wash so much better. Primark ones either shrink or start pilling after only 2 washes. It’s crazy how most items these days can’t be placed in the dryer. Years ago you could bung anything in the dryer and it would come out the same as it entered. However I do appreciate not everyone uses a dryer these days, as they’re expensive things to have/own.
Good price my partner has polos from house of Fraser, John Lewis and outlets and they are all the same quality. In fact we have been to outlets and he’s seen the exact same thing he’s bought from John Lewis at a quarter of the price he paid just a year later. I think a lot of outlets have old sale stock.
yespleasesir17/01/2019 09:57

That’s from original priced stock and of better quality


I refer to my above comment. Take a chill pill brother;)
Anyone who says there isn't a different from Polo's bought on Ralph Lauren website to those bought in an outlet are telling porkies.

I mean occasionally you may get some actual Polos, jumpers etc that were legitimately in stores, however when you get stuff thats been manufactured for the outlet you can easily tell the difference.

The last polo i bought on RL website (only because i got a great price) was infinitely better quality than those i had purchased from Bicester.

There are bargains to be had some times but i've found the outlet stores now have really jumped in price and there seems to be more and more stuff made just for the outlet now. Just luck of the draw if you are there when they get the good stuff in.
Nic351917/01/2019 10:07

I refer to my above comment. Take a chill pill brother;)


Think you could take one too tbh, not good being over precious about a deal, I learnt that lesson years ago on here
AVANTIME41 s ago

Think you could take one too tbh, not good being over precious about a …Think you could take one too tbh, not good being over precious about a deal, I learnt that lesson years ago on here


AVANTIME12 h, 15 m ago

I use to love RL but these outlets have cheapened the brand somewhat for …I use to love RL but these outlets have cheapened the brand somewhat for me, just an everyday label now, bit like it is in the states



This - if you ever go to the US, look in the discount outlets or even a TJMaxx - Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein, Levi and Tommy Hilfiger are just premium 'mainstream' brands. That is, they are 10-20% more expensive than store own-brands rather than the 2-3x more expensive that they traditionally are in the UK.

Of course, there are ranges from RL, CK etc that are true luxury, designer products, but Polo is a definite mainstream brand.

With all that said, I love these long sleeve polo shirts and £25 is a decent price (on par with US outlet malls).
courtster4 h, 8 m ago

Awful quality these outlet polos. Primark £8 level with a RL badge.


I agree with this, I used to go to this place when I was living in liverpool, they definitely aren’t the same. Some poor quality stuff, never go there again
Heat added... fair deal. I dont know what the point of a long sleeve tshirt is though.
CheapSuitCharlie17/01/2019 11:04

Heat added... fair deal. I dont know what the point of a long sleeve …Heat added... fair deal. I dont know what the point of a long sleeve tshirt is though.


Worst comment I've seen on this site
J_o_e_y17/01/2019 11:19

Worst comment I've seen on this site


Thanks for your valuable input. Clown.
J_o_e_y1 m ago

Bet you walk around in shorts everywhere


Again. Thanks for the valuable input
For outlets in the UK it is the same quality only its from last season. In the US, brands manufacture clothes at a cheaper price to go straight to an outlet store.
Some of the polo shirts are made for outlets i watched a program on it and some of it is last season from stores that never sold . Usually the 2 polos for £70 are made for outlets .
dan.kordowski4 h, 5 m ago

Let you into a secret. A lot of items in outlets never actually hit the …Let you into a secret. A lot of items in outlets never actually hit the shelf’s of the standard stores. They actually manufacture items with cheaper materials that are intended for outlets.... They make you think you are getting a bargain, but in fact the item was never actually sold on the high street. This isn’t every item, but a lot of items....


That isn't a secret...
AVANTIME17/01/2019 09:20

So they always made the BMW 1 series then? Talking nonsense, same with …So they always made the BMW 1 series then? Talking nonsense, same with Mercedes


That's evolving to compete with other manufacturers and attracting new customers who want a different type of car to your 3 and 5 series. BMW and Mercedes are a premium brand, this hasn't changed. The methods in which you can finance the car have though.
Mada0617/01/2019 13:49

That's evolving to compete with other manufacturers and attracting new …That's evolving to compete with other manufacturers and attracting new customers who want a different type of car to your 3 and 5 series. BMW and Mercedes are a premium brand, this hasn't changed. The methods in which you can finance the car have though.


I'm done here.......
AVANTIME15 m ago

I'm done here.......


So what's your point? That BMW and Mercedes make a budget range of cars?
yespleasesir17/01/2019 09:57

That’s from original priced stock and of better quality


And you’ve based that on what facts??:/
Nic351917/01/2019 15:41

And you’ve based that on what facts??:/


Knowledge.
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