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[RW And Co] RW&CO pants for $39.90

$39 pretty much all pants

can't go wrong, definitely your most bang for your buck for quality/style/fit

SUPPORT A CANADIAN COMPANY!!!!!, THIS IS ONE COMPANY YOU DO NOT WANT TO SEE SINK

LE CHATEAU JUST SANK, THIS CAN BE NEXT !!!!!

just spent $200.
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Thanks. All my suits are from RW. They are very good value for what you get
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ez_86 wrote: SUPPORT A CANADIAN COMPANY!!!!!, THIS IS ONE COMPANY YOU DO NOT WANT TO SEE SINK
All of their clothes that I checked say "imported" in product details , although it doesn't say from what country.

Are they making clothes in canada? It doesn't look like it. They're importing clothes, adding a huge markup, and then using "we're canadian!" to sell them.

Canadian Brand doesn't mean canadian industry, or benefits canada. They're essentially a smaller more expensive wal mart.
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Bought pants from them several years ago. Still going strong with very little wear.
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spiralspirit wrote: All of their clothes that I checked say "imported" in product details , although it doesn't say from what country.

Are they making clothes in canada? It doesn't look like it. They're importing clothes, adding a huge markup, and then using "we're canadian!" to sell them.

Canadian Brand doesn't mean canadian industry, or benefits canada. They're essentially a smaller more expensive wal mart.
Their clothes are made overseas like nearly all others. Cambodia, China, Bangladesh, etc. I have some of their stuff, it's generally better than average quality so I'm willing to pay more for it.
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spiralspirit wrote: All of their clothes that I checked say "imported" in product details , although it doesn't say from what country.

Are they making clothes in canada? It doesn't look like it. They're importing clothes, adding a huge markup, and then using "we're canadian!" to sell them.

Canadian Brand doesn't mean canadian industry, or benefits canada. They're essentially a smaller more expensive wal mart.
............it's a Canadian retailer meaning their headoffice is in Canada meaning they're putting food on plates of hundreds of Canadians
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Nice! I need clothes, did not go shopping since the beginning of the pandemic...
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spiralspirit wrote: All of their clothes that I checked say "imported" in product details , although it doesn't say from what country.

Are they making clothes in canada? It doesn't look like it. They're importing clothes, adding a huge markup, and then using "we're canadian!" to sell them.

Canadian Brand doesn't mean canadian industry, or benefits canada. They're essentially a smaller more expensive wal mart.
So you would rather prop up and support Wal-Mart then? At the end of the day, they are more 'Canadian' than Wal-Mart. They never said their clothes were 'Made in Canada' specifically. But unless we support canadian owned and canadian brands, it will effrectively continue to be US dominated. I'd still prefer going to Future Shop than Best Buy, but look what happened. Same with Zellers or Eatons etc. How many new Mac's do you see versus 7-11? How many Mr. Sub versus Subway? Pizza Pizza vs Little Caesars etc.

At the end of the day, we always are looking for the best deals sure, but as we've seen, unless you're willing to support canadian entities and canadian businesses, regardless of the dollar value, they'll either go away or be bought out and all you'll get is american owned businesses that can easily cut and run, lower wages, do whatever they wanted.
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RW&Co is my mainstay for men's clothes. Le Chateau's men's has declined in quality over the last 5+ years. I find lots of bad hems, loose threads, etc. It's a shame since their stuff used to be great and some of it still made in Canada.

RW also sells 'short' cut blazers which in an athletic fit means I don't need to get them tailored which is a nice perk. Otherwise I always have to have the sleeves shortened on a suit.
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Love their clothes. Just that the size fits me now probably won't when it's time to go back to office.
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Their stuff is OK. But their clearance deals are significantly better, esp for men's section. And generally the stores have good size selection during clearance.
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FreeKnight wrote: RW&Co is my mainstay for men's clothes. Le Chateau's men's has declined in quality over the last 5+ years. I find lots of bad hems, loose threads, etc. It's a shame since their stuff used to be great and some of it still made in Canada.

RW also sells 'short' cut blazers which in an athletic fit means I don't need to get them tailored which is a nice perk. Otherwise I always have to have the sleeves shortened on a suit.
They always seemed overpriced to me... you literally have to wait until their rock bottom clearance to get a good deal
Le Chateau has great style definitely, put you gotta pay for it.
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Great deal - thanks OP. I echo the comments above, I get most of my clothes from RW&Co. Good quality stuff.
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Harold91 wrote: So you would rather prop up and support Wal-Mart then? At the end of the day, they are more 'Canadian' than Wal-Mart. They never said their clothes were 'Made in Canada' specifically. But unless we support canadian owned and canadian brands, it will effrectively continue to be US dominated. I'd still prefer going to Future Shop than Best Buy, but look what happened. Same with Zellers or Eatons etc. How many new Mac's do you see versus 7-11? How many Mr. Sub versus Subway? Pizza Pizza vs Little Caesars etc.
I don't care about this retailer at all - but I despise people selling imported clothes under "Support Canadian etc!", because those companies aren't supporting canadian anything either.

Sell your product, compete in the market based on the quality of your product, but don't pretend to differentiate yourself as "Canadian" when you're importing the same cambodian/chinese/vietnamese factory work as everyone else but pretending everyone else needs to be patriotic and support your "canadian" brand.

They're patronizing and pandering to "buy canadian" while not buying canadian themselves. Their business strategy is the same as walmart, but they get to pretend to be moral because "they're canadian".
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spiralspirit wrote: I don't care about this retailer at all - but I despise people selling imported clothes under "Support Canadian etc!", because those companies aren't supporting canadian anything either.

Sell your product, compete in the market based on the quality of your product, but don't pretend to differentiate yourself as "Canadian" when you're importing the same cambodian/chinese/vietnamese factory work as everyone else but pretending everyone else needs to be patriotic and support your "canadian" brand.

They're patronizing and pandering to "buy canadian" while not buying canadian themselves. Their business strategy is the same as walmart, but they get to pretend to be moral because "they're canadian".
So just so u know, Americans purchase Apple products to Support an AMERICAN Business

........... All their products are made in Foxxcon
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Harold91 wrote: So you would rather prop up and support Wal-Mart then? At the end of the day, they are more 'Canadian' than Wal-Mart. They never said their clothes were 'Made in Canada' specifically. But unless we support canadian owned and canadian brands, it will effrectively continue to be US dominated. I'd still prefer going to Future Shop than Best Buy, but look what happened. Same with Zellers or Eatons etc. How many new Mac's do you see versus 7-11? How many Mr. Sub versus Subway? Pizza Pizza vs Little Caesars etc.

At the end of the day, we always are looking for the best deals sure, but as we've seen, unless you're willing to support canadian entities and canadian businesses, regardless of the dollar value, they'll either go away or be bought out and all you'll get is american owned businesses that can easily cut and run, lower wages, do whatever they wanted.
Mac's is a part of the Couche Tard empire, which includes Circle K among other brands. They're the second largest convenience chain in the world behind 7-11 so that's not a great example.

Furthermore, pizza pizza is dreadful, if rather have Domino's or Papa John's any day. Why should I enjoy a subpar product, purely to "support Canadian"?
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ez_86 wrote: So just so u know, Americans purchase Apple products to Support an AMERICAN Business

........... All their products are made in Foxxcon
No offense but this has nothing to do with me or what I said.

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