Very odd for CostCo...

Discussion in 'Other Denim Brands' started by BlueOctoberFan, May 14, 2007.

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    For those of you who know what CostCo is, you'll understand my shock at seeing 7 for All Mankind and True Religion jeans in their store. I really don't care for either, what with the pre-washing and all, but I know that there are those here who do wear pre-washes on occasion, and may be interested in knowing that they're in there. Definitely shocking to see even a mainstream "premium" denim line in that store.
     
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    I would never have guessed.

    Are the prices way cheaper? (not for me, but for my friends)
     
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    Haha that's funny! I'll have to let my mates know since they're cheaper then I am!
     
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    thats crazy...
     
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    Doubt it would be in Canada though.
     
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    From what I heard, both companies are making a lower quality line to cater to the wholesale prices at Costco. Not a fan of either brand.

    I remember the days that Costco just sold food and kitchen supplies. :roll:
     
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    I know that they sell sevens at other cheaper clothing stores. But they aren't the "for all mankind"

    Instead of being made in the US, they are made in china.

    Maybe that's what costco has?

    No idea about the TR's though.
     
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    I think i saw sevens in a "Just Jeans" store in brisbane.

    i only saw the display when i walked past so i don't know what styles they had or what the prices were, I might check it out later and post what i find.
     
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    I'm not sure what they generally run, but I seem to recall them being $100-115. Somewhere in that ball-park. I've never shopped for them normally, so I don't know how that compares to their standard prices. It was fairly surprising to see a price that high amongst the folding tables with piles of random clothes on them...
     

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