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    WalMart sells clothes?
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    I have been convinced to give jeans from Duluth Trading Company a try.


    ​Don't know a thing about their clothes, but their commercials are a hoot!

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    Usually try to avoid buying any clothes at Walmart unless it's an absolute necessity at the time. Most of the time, Kohl's and JCPenney are probably the two I get most of my stuff from. Really not into paying the higher cost for any clothes.

    The one exception, is my shoes. Was strongly talked into getting a pair of Brooks Beasts about 3 or 4 years ago, and absolutely could not believe how much better my feet/ankles/legs/knees/hips/back felt because of them. I still hate shilling out the money each time I get a pair, but at least I know it's worth it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcpapa View Post
    I have been convinced to give jeans from Duluth Trading Company a try.


    ​Don't know a thing about their clothes, but their commercials are a hoot!
    Yep, that marketing has me interested. May try some underwear, you know, to avoid the vice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Parker View Post
    Most of my clothes are UK
    If I knew you wore rags I'd have cleaned out the storage closet for you.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CincySportsFan View Post
    Usually try to avoid buying any clothes at Walmart unless it's an absolute necessity at the time. Most of the time, Kohl's and JCPenney are probably the two I get most of my stuff from. Really not into paying the higher cost for any clothes.

    The one exception, is my shoes. Was strongly talked into getting a pair of Brooks Beasts about 3 or 4 years ago, and absolutely could not believe how much better my feet/ankles/legs/knees/hips/back felt because of them. I still hate shilling out the money each time I get a pair, but at least I know it's worth it.
    As I have said before, my go-to sneakers are Brooks Glycerins. Bought them at Valley Thrift, although they did cost nearly ten bucks. Best-wearing shoes I own; Asics Gels fit me the best but these are real close.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Parker View Post
    Most of my clothes are UK/sports stuff that I've received for Christmas. I seldom buy clothes for myself, but if I want something bad enough, I'll pay whatever.

    However, I could have bought a yacht for the amount of money our family has spent on getting my wife & daughter tennis shoes.
    Maybe I can get you some Mason County gear!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sumoroyal View Post
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    Maybe I can get you some Mason County gear!
    Probably not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UKMustangFan View Post
    It just depends on your financial situation. I stick with Kohl's for my khakis because they're cost effective. However, there's no doubt in my mind that some of the high-end brands are a much better pair of pants. It's the same thing with dress shirts. I typically go to Kohl's or somewhere similar for my shirts, but I do have a couple from high-end places that I've purchased with gift cards or gotten off clearance (Lacoste for example). There is absolutely no arguing that the Lacoste shirts are heads and shoulders better quality, but they should be for the price tag.
    I have 4-5 Lacoste polos I'll sell you or anyone on here for clearance prices.

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    I don't spend much on clothes anymore. I spend maybe 100 a year on Under Armour stuff that last me 5 years.

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    I purchase almost all of my boxers and undershirts at Walmart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sumoroyal View Post
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    Maybe I can get you some Mason County gear!
    Most if not all of my Bracken County friends would prefer a sharp stick in the eye.

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