About Lauren by Ralph Lauren Windowpane Plaid Sport Coat - Wool (For Men)
Closeouts. Gentlemen whose preferences lean toward neutral colors will like this wool sport coat from Lauren by Ralph Lauren -- an understated earth-toned plaid with cobalt windowpanes.
Specs about Lauren by Ralph Lauren Windowpane Plaid Sport Coat - Wool (For Men)
- Vent (Center): 9"
- Closure: 2 Buttons
- Length: Short 30", Regular 31", Long 33" (based on size 42)
- Fabric: 100% wool
- Lining construction: Fully lined
- Total weight: 1 lb. 14 oz.
- Care: Dry clean
- Made in Viet Nam or China
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Verified Buyer Reviewed by Steve on the job hunt from Carlsbad, CA on Sunday, November 16, 2014I compared this to similar jackets offered at the mainstream men's store and this jacket if better made and is about a third of the price.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Anonymous from wi. on Friday, October 31, 2014very well made perfect fit
Reviewed by DB Ross from San Rafael, CA on Thursday, February 27, 2014It is hard to tell whether size is something that can be enforced and standardized absolutely in a product or if some variation occurs. I have several 46R Lauren by Ralph Lauren sport coats. This one was small. Tight in the shoulders, short sleeves, trim fit. Too trim for me.
It was made in Vietnam. Maybe the variation in size comes from different factories. Big names should really enforce sizing. I noticed after years that New Balance shoes have also now become unreliable about sizing. Ugh! I returned the jacket.
Reviewed by Tom from New Jersey on Thursday, January 30, 2014I placed an order for this blazer on 1.16.14. I received an email later that day which proclaimed that my order had shipped. When I checked the status of the shipment a few days later via UPS's website, I noticed that the item had not, in fact, shipped. I was told by an ST representative that it takes 2 days to drive the package to the nearest UPS hub located in Chicago. I was actually on the phone with UPS when the item arrived. The UPS representative I was speaking with at that time specifically confirmed that the package did not get into the UPS system until 1.20.14. He also confirmed that there is a UPS shipping hub in Salt Lake City which is only 6 hours from ST's location. Thus, there is no reason the drive the package two days to Chicago as claimed. If the item shipped on 1.16.14 as claimed by ST, it should have been in UPS's system in Salt Lake City by 1.17.14. It didn't enter UPS's system until 1.20.14.
Long story short, it took 8 days for me to receive the package. The handling of this matter by ST's customer service department was abysmal. If you were at a restaurant and your order took twice as long as you reasonably expected to arrive, you would be offered an accommodation of some sort. For example, your meal would be comped. If you were basically told to suck it up like I was and you were also lied to about the cause of the delay you would not return to that restaurant. That's where I'm at with ST. I've done a lot of business with them over the years. But, I'm done. There are a lot of other vendors out there who provide similar goods who will be more then happy to get my business. Some much for ST's 100% satisfaction guarantee.
Reviewed by Hawkeye from Washington on Thursday, May 30, 2013Like this coat a lot
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