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#1 straightshot7

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Posted 15 February 2018 - 08:10 PM

Hi all. We are always in search of club deals since that's where the fun and glamour is...but what about polo shirts?

I'm the type (as I'm sure many of you are) who likes to get a good deal and get high quality stuff at a low price, whenever possible.

I wanted to share one source: https://www.enufclot...duct/enuf-polo/

I picked up a few of those recently and want to recommend because they are high quality for the price. They have a fitted/slenderish cut which I like and a mid/heavy cotton. I'm not sure if they are as nice as the luxury brands but I don't need much in a good polo--just prefer quality cotton.

What's your go-to source for quality polos at the lowest price? I'm always on the look and I'm sure others are as well.

Thanks for sharing.


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Posted 16 February 2018 - 08:07 AM

I like TJ Maxx, Ross, and Marshalls. You just never know what you'll find, which adds a little anticipation and excitement (if those terms can really be used in conjunction with cloths shopping��).  Found a nice Under Armour polo and Callaway pullover at Marshalls last week for $20 each.
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Posted 16 February 2018 - 08:49 AM

I’ve accumulated quite a golf wardrobe just watching the sales/ filtering only clearance items at all the better known discount sites like budget golf, kingdom 59, rbg, etc. we only have tj maxx around here (that I’m aware of- I’m not much of a shopper) in the discount store market, that I might pop into from time to time while the wife shops elsewhere and find some unexpected treasures, but I truly loathe shopping so that’s is not a common one.

Ebay is a little used resource as well. I just filter my search to exactly what I want (new condition, brands I’m interested in, only in North America, etc.). Somany of the deals I’ve gotten on there are unbelievable, you might be shocked what items being sold in auction format finish at- many times I’ve been the only bidder. In fact, it’s gotten expensive for me sometimes when I’ll add a bunch of auction items to my watch list and set my sniper for ridiculously low prices (like $5-$10 for items I’d expect to be $50-$100 retail) and won them all. Surprisingly, most of these sales are through well-known golf retailers eBay stores, such as global golf.

Speaking of global golf, they have a lot of twofer and package deals on their website (buy a sale shirt get a pair of shorts 25% off type deals).

Name brand golf shirts direct (http://shop.vendio.c...ategory/100078/ & their eBay store) is also a great source. The website is absolutely atrocious, but if you have the patience to root through it you can find some great deals on some cool items. Sometimes she has some really cool tour issue clothing at prices you’d expect to find at tj maxx.

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Posted 16 February 2018 - 04:38 PM

Watching the adds on the various websites (RBG, Budget, etc) you can usually get a good deal.  The TJ Maxx, Marshalls stuff is hit and miss, but it's sometimes the hunt that makes it fun.  Ive heard some people going to Goodwill and other thrift stores and finding brand new or like new shirts for next to nothing.  But again its hit and miss.

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Posted 18 February 2018 - 02:01 PM

View Postbrkuck, on 16 February 2018 - 04:38 PM, said:

Watching the adds on the various websites (RBG, Budget, etc) you can usually get a good deal.  The TJ Maxx, Marshalls stuff is hit and miss, but it's sometimes the hunt that makes it fun.  Ive heard some people going to Goodwill and other thrift stores and finding brand new or like new shirts for next to nothing.  But again its hit and miss.


I'm a Goodwill hunter and have been pretty happy with some of my finds.  UA, Footjoy, Nike, Adidas, Ashworth etc. all in great condition at $3.49/per.  It is hit and miss but it's better than paying retail prices.


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Posted 18 February 2018 - 03:18 PM

I've had good luck with Fairwaystyles.com and Bonobos.com during their winter sales. I like the variety at FS and the bonobos slim fit polos fit pretty well for a guy like me.

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Posted 19 February 2018 - 02:23 PM

I picked up 7 polos that retail for over 700 total for $30 at goodwill, most new with tags. GalvinGreen, JL, zero restriction and Nike. Never hurts to pop in.
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