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Sears.com selling DIESEL??? WTF?

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Hey DB, I'm usually over at AF.com, but I haven't been on much since R&R went south... anyway, got into Diesels again (just picked up a nice pair of 829b), was looking stuff up and saw Sears.com selling Diesels?  What's up with this?  Is this old news???

 

http://www.sears.com/clothing-shoes-jewelry-clothing-men-s-clothing-men-s-jeans/b-1325287370?sbf=Brand&sbv=Diesel

 

 

Anyway, just in case yall didn't know or if I'm missing something, that's why I'm posting here...

 

EDIT:  I see what's happening... it's like Amazon, but with Sears, people can sell on Sears.com.

 

Nvm :)


Edited by TitanCi - 7/31/14 at 1:36pm
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Yeah that's happened to me a couple of times when I've tried to google something and it is always about 3x the retail price too. What do you think of R&R being at Kohl's now? http://www.kohls.com/feature/rockrepublic.jsp

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R&R went out of business long time ago. Michael Ball (founder, CEO) is a prick. He was buying rare expensive muscle cars and billing r&r. He was doing some shady business on the side as well. They deserve to go out of business.
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^yeah, in a way, I'm glad R&R is out. I still have a few rare washes, but hardly wear em anymore. Sold off most of the collection, so it feels good to back in good denim. I'm only collecting diesels now. icon_smile.gif

When RR went to kohls, I stopped buying them a little before then. Oh well, life goes on! And yes, Ball was a prick.
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He was more of a scam artist than a businessman. He didn't pay a lot of people for their work. He was trying not to sign any contracts with more like a handshake sort of thing. He owned money to photographers, graphics artists and some people who were doing marketing for R&R.
I own quite nice black tailored blazer from R&R I got for free from them in 42regular. If anyone wants it, let me know.
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