Anyone Else Have Andy's New US Open Shirt?

Discussion in 'Shoes and Apparel' started by ConnecticutLacoste, Sep 4, 2007.

  1. ConnecticutLacoste

    ConnecticutLacoste New User

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  2. AndyRLacoste

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    Got two lacoste hats and a shirt, but nothing that expensive.
     
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  3. califsurferboy33

    califsurferboy33 Semi-Pro

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    do they have any cool hats at the open?
     
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  5. Gmedlo

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    How the heck can you guys afford this stuff? $100 for a shirt?

    No wonder tennis is so unpopular. People that play will actually wear $100 shirts, even at the recreational level. Makes the rest of us seem like the stereotypical elitist tennis/country club snob.
     
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  6. blitzmage_89

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    no , but i'm thinking of asking my god-father to buy me one of those
     
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  7. TheKingOfClay

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    I got both hats... (white and black trucker hats A-rod wears!!!)now looking at the polos, but I really like baggy shirts... anyone know how the sizing works???I like xxl shirts nomally will their xxxl (9) shrit work?? whats the comparison?
    thanks!!!
     
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  8. Goodgetter

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    $100.00 for a tennis shirt? :confused: I think I'll buy a brand new pair of Barricades, or maybe a slightly used Babolat AeroPro Drive racket, or 4 pairs of shorts, or 4 comparable tennis shirts...only without the little alligator on the chest. lol. Better yet, I would spend the $100.00 on a season permit at my local public courts, good for 7 months of outdoor play.
     
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  9. Goodgetter

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    $100.00 for a tennis shirt? :confused: I think I'd wear a T-shirt and spend the money on a brand new pair of Barricades, or maybe a slightly used Babolat AeroPro Drive racket, or 4 pairs of shorts, or 4 comparable tennis shirts...only without the little alligator on the chest. lol. Better yet, I would spend the $100.00 on a season permit at my local public courts, good for 7 months of outdoor play. This tennis apparel-hero worship thing is a bit silly IMHO. My guess is that anyone spending a $100.00 on a Roddick shirt should be spending that money on lessons.
     
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  10. TheKingOfClay

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    I will wear them out... not on the court...:)
     
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  11. KFwinds

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    I own a few of these shirts, and it seems like they run slightly large. I normally wear a medium in most brands (including Adidas, which also runs big), but after trying them on at the store I ended up getting size 4 in Lacoste (which is a small according to their sizing). I even measured them, and they compare closely to my other size medium shirts.

    I would say if you normally wear xxl shirts, try size 7 (xl) in Lacoste.
     
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