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post #51 of 154
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Originally Posted by Goldie
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Originally Posted by Zeitgeist
Perhaps we could include some authentic online Lacoste retailers in this thread? Though, I've been yet to find any that often offer discounts outside of the normal sale.
Yes, anyone?
www.urbanoutfitters.com has them on sale all the time for good prices

www.neimanmarcus.com had a whole bunch on sale for their half yearly sale so did nordstroms miztamike found some on costco.com normal pique and tipped for 44 and the tipped for 50 i think
post #52 of 154
I've searched this topic over, sorry if I missed this and this is a repeat post, but I purchased a Lacoste halter dress from Neiman's and verified with the Lacoste Boutique in Scottsdale that it is authentic.
Tags say
DESIGNED IN FRANCE
MADE IN MOROCCO
post #53 of 154
Anyone whos tells you that all Lacoste on eBay is fake, doesn't know what they're talking about. If I buy a genuine item at Nordstroms and sell it on eBay, does that mean it's fake? Of course not. I just bought a Lacoste long sleeve polo on eBay (NWT) for $25. Is it fake? Most likely. But guess what! I compare it side by side with a real shirt I bought at Nordstroms and I can't tell the difference. Not the croc, not the tags on the shirt, not the pricetags, not the material or stitching. None of the photos on this thread would make me believe it's fake. A counterfiter can copy any tag, label, material they want. My advice? If you demend the genuine article, go to a reputable store. If you're feeling lucky, or just don't care, then buy from eBay.
post #54 of 154
AMEN!
post #55 of 154
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Originally Posted by mdg1976
I just bought a Lacoste long sleeve polo on eBay (NWT) for $25. Is it fake? Most likely. But guess what! I compare it side by side with a real shirt I bought at Nordstroms and I can't tell the difference.
The most important differences are not going to be visible. They're going to be in terms of the effects to the world economy. Buying fakes is wrong and bad, no matter what the context...
post #56 of 154
I totally agree!!!
Also, on a different angle, I am a fashion design student, so I would never want to pay someone for being unoriginal, and stealing someone elses creativity. Thats why brands like ABS and Guess disgust me.
What I was saying AMEN to was the part about if you're so worried about possibly buying a fake then go to a reputable dealer and buy from them!
Arizona is full of these kids it seems that want to like the 'Laguna Beach' kids but can't afford it so they buy on eBay and whine and throw hissys when their purchase arrives and they find it to be a fake!
<takes deep breath>
post #57 of 154
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Originally Posted by blm14
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Originally Posted by mdg1976
I just bought a Lacoste long sleeve polo on eBay (NWT) for $25. Is it fake? Most likely. But guess what! I compare it side by side with a real shirt I bought at Nordstroms and I can't tell the difference.
The most important differences are not going to be visible. They're going to be in terms of the effects to the world economy. Buying fakes is wrong and bad, no matter what the context...
If you buy fakes, you are essentially partaking in copyright infringement. If you look at it that way, your partaking in illegal activity
post #58 of 154
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Originally Posted by mdg1976
Anyone whos tells you that all Lacoste on eBay is fake, doesn't know what they're talking about. If I buy a genuine item at Nordstroms and sell it on eBay, does that mean it's fake? Of course not. I just bought a Lacoste long sleeve polo on eBay (NWT) for $25. Is it fake? Most likely. But guess what! I compare it side by side with a real shirt I bought at Nordstroms and I can't tell the difference. Not the croc, not the tags on the shirt, not the pricetags, not the material or stitching. None of the photos on this thread would make me believe it's fake. A counterfiter can copy any tag, label, material they want. My advice? If you demend the genuine article, go to a reputable store. If you're feeling lucky, or just don't care, then buy from eBay.
*cosigns
post #59 of 154
Anyone bought Lacoste polos from OnlyInStyle.com? http://www.onlyinstyle.com/template/lacoste-men.html

They are really cheap, but it seems too good to be true. Anyone know if they were legit? I tried searching at a few different sites and couldn't find much info.

Thanks!
post #60 of 154
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Originally Posted by swervin suburban
miztamike found some on costco.com normal pique and tipped for 44 and the tipped for 50 i think
is this the same costco that sells just about everything in bulk? The place where you can buy books and barbells, plants and pastries?
I typed in "costco.com" and that's the kind of store website i was led to
post #61 of 154
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Originally Posted by enyadoresme
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Originally Posted by swervin suburban
miztamike found some on costco.com normal pique and tipped for 44 and the tipped for 50 i think
is this the same costco that sells just about everything in bulk? The place where you can buy books and barbells, plants and pastries?
I typed in "costco.com" and that's the kind of store website i was led to
yeah, though they are currently not selling them (must have sold out or something) last time i checked, they still had a nice lacoste sweater zip-up for like $90
post #62 of 154

Re: REAL or FAKE

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Originally Posted by JustChar
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Originally Posted by shasharice
I followed all the rules to see if a lacoste polo is authentic and i think this one i got meets most if not all of them. Please help because if it is fake, i will send it back.

Also I noticed something strange. The holes for the buttons, the top one is horizontal, the bottom is vertical. Is it suppose to be like that?
Sorry! It has been awhile since your post, but on my Lacoste the button holes are both horizontal. I only have one real Lacoste to compare it to though.
The button holes on my Lacoste (from Saks, so I know it's real!) are vertical...so I guess this varies?
post #63 of 154
Any one know if the shirts from Lacoste 4 Less on ebay are real or fake?
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll..._BIN_Stores_IT
thanks
post #64 of 154
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Any one know if the shirts from Lacoste 4 Less on ebay are real or fake?
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll..._BIN_Stores_IT
thanks
i think, that's not the org polybag...

what do you think about these here:










Thanks a lot for your answers. Sincerly, Sascha
post #65 of 154
fake
post #66 of 154

FAKE VS. REAL

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Originally Posted by kevs4
Any one know if the shirts from Lacoste 4 Less on ebay are real or fake?
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll..._BIN_Stores_IT
thanks


that one looks good to me.

*i read the croc and writing on the polybag should be all white, not green
croc and black letters. if you look closely at the pic, you can see it.
*you can also ask for better pics of the price tags and see if the size and
color desc. matches.
*check on the shirt's logo that the line from the croc's mouth does not
touch the one from the tail.
*check the seller's fb: most of this one's neg feedback is people griping
about shipping they already knew they had to pay.

also, i bought a womens stretch on ebay from irma253, and IF it is fake, it is a GREAT one. buttons are real, sewing is first-class, all details match char's original 'real' pics.

off topic: i've gotten so many compliments both times i've worn it. matter of fact, it's my lucky shirt for work (cocktail waitressing at night club). both times i had two different customers (4 total) who each left $100 a piece - this does not happen often, btw.

ANYWAY, there are some obvious sloppy fakes out there, but i do believe it's possible to get a real lacoste on ebay. as others have said, if it's that hard to tell the difference, then maybe it doesn't matter.
post #67 of 154

real Lacoste & POLO shirts

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Originally Posted by Rforallmankind
Thanks for the help on the lacoste polos. I wonder if they are the same with ralph lauren real and fakes.

Does anyone know where you can purchase REAL lacoste and RL polo shirts for cheap?

You can always go to a Ralph Lauren outlet. They are def cheaper then buying them in a regular store. I know of 2 RL outlets. One in Anthem,AZ and one in Woodbury, NY ( Woodbury Commons) I also got real lacoste polos ( I checked them throughly to make sure they were real) at this place called ASIS in Phoenix, AZ. I got 2 polos for $19.99 each.
~ Jess
post #68 of 154
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Originally Posted by ayn
Anyone bought Lacoste polos from OnlyInStyle.com? http://www.onlyinstyle.com/template/lacoste-men.html

They are really cheap, but it seems too good to be true. Anyone know if they were legit? I tried searching at a few different sites and couldn't find much info.

Thanks!
they are fake
post #69 of 154


real alligator?
post #70 of 154
fake... its all off...
post #71 of 154
here are some pictures of real lacoste...



post #72 of 154
sweeet. thanks dude!
post #73 of 154
I heard that all authentic men's lacoste polos have open bottom hems and not vented hems. Is that true?
post #74 of 154
What do the numbers on the tag have to do with Lacoste polos. Some say 6, some say 32. What is with this?
post #75 of 154
If you go to the bloomingdales website and look at their Lacoste Polo, the alligator looks so much different than the real one's posted here... so does this mean that the Alligators may also look like the ones listed on the website? http://www1.bloomingdales.com/catalo...ategoryID=2075
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