Originally Posted by BigBucksT
What do the numbers on the tag have to do with Lacoste polos. Some say 6, some say 32. What is with this?
Originally Posted by pookie
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
Originally Posted by Funk Docta
If you have to go to that much trouble to differentiate a real Lacoste polo shirt from a good quality fake, then is it really such a bad thing to go with the fake?
There is only one Lacoste clothing shop in Sydney (only 2 in Australia) and they charge $170 (roughly $130 USD) for their polo shirts. No way in hell would I pay that much for a t-shirt. Even half of that price is a bit too much to stomach.
Originally Posted by pmitchellgv
Anyone knows if this is real or fake?
|cuz fake lacoste are pretty easy to be detected in person. cuz one obvious difference is the placement of the crocodile.|
wow, it's been a while since anyone has posted in this thread, so hopefully someone can help me? =)
i got this lacoste polo... and hence, the million dollar question: is this authentic?
here are some pictures:
The alligator seems to be missing some teeth -- so I was wondering/thinking that maybe a thread came undone there somehow? o_O lol
Any help would be appreciated! Thanks in advance!