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Old 09-03-2014, 05:12 PM   #9
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Default Re: Under Armour Staff Polos

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Originally Posted by KLUCAS View Post
No offense taken, Under Armour does the price fixing along w/ distribution. As a retailer & consumer we're at their mercy when it comes to price/selection/delivery.

However, if you shop name brands like Under Armour, Nike, Ping, Cutter & Buck, etc. all are comparable IMO.
This is true, under armour uses a minimum pricing policy on their "current" offerings, if the retailer is caught advertising below this price they can lose the rights to sell under armour branded stuff.

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Originally Posted by KLUCAS View Post
I quickly remembered why I got away from posting on here....I'll continue to send PM's to those w/ questions.....1000x apologies
No apologies needed my man, don't take it personal. Fwiw I think most stuff today is overpriced for the quality you get, it's not like these shirts are hand sewn or anything, it's .50 worth of material, prob less than $1 in equipment use and labor, another .50 worth of storage/distubution and the other $78 is the name. Like you said, it's the same thing with every "premium" brand.
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