Poll: The Best Clothing Line Ever!

Discussion in 'Shoes and Apparel' started by Brian Purdie, Feb 23, 2004.

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The best clothing line EVER!

  1. Nike

    50.0%
  2. Adidas

    37.5%
  3. Fila

    6.3%
  4. Lotto

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  5. Diadora

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  6. Prince

    6.3%
  7. Reebok

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  8. Wilson

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  9. Puma

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  10. Ellesse

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  1. Brian Purdie

    Brian Purdie Semi-Pro

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    I'm going to get in on the polling act here.

    Base your answers on all possible criteria: fit, fabric, style, designs, durability, availability, wahteva!
     
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  2. norcal

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    The Addidas Stefan Edberg line was the best. The design was cool as his volleys.
     
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  3. kreative

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    adidas rocks. stefan edberg rocks harder.
     
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  4. topspin

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    i can't believe nike is ahead on this poll, i always found their stuf to be low quality and overpriced, oh well looks like the marketing dept is doing a fine job
     
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  5. tnkGod4tns

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    Under Armour
     
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  6. mojo

    mojo New User

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    New Balance has quietly produced some awesome, high-tech stuff in the last couple of years.
     
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  7. Hawaii 5.0

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    I say Nike becuase of the womens power skirt which has been out for a long time and has come in dozens of colors and the mens pull on short which has been out for about 5 years and dozens of colors.Say what you want, but those two items alone could outsell most smaller comanies.Reebok for women as of late has had a deisgner do the one line and that did well and in men Fila has made some really nice tops and bottoms, but well priced warm ups, but the warm up QC is kinda bad.As far as the womens durability I can't say since my wife does laundry and she takes care of her stuff.
     
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  8. magiset

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    Nike doen't have a slave labor union. What's wrong with you people-- no union, no good. Slave labor is what it is, but NO UNIONS. Sell outs, scabs, and Free Traders.

    Shame on us.
     
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  9. borisboris

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    :lol: lOTTO - DTP = Designed to Perform Very practical designs with latest in new materials for wick and breathing + the style & cut are tailored.
     
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  10. K!ck5w3rvE

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    Yeah Lotto DTP.
     
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  11. James Brown

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    nike looks awesome, ive had no troubles with quality and the cmfort is definetly there.
     
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  12. speedofpain88

    speedofpain88 Rookie

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    I love Reebok although Nike is fine.
     
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  13. Tennisute

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    Lotto is real tennis clothing. No hype like Nike, a hell of a lot more stylish, the quality is incredible. The comfort is so good you want to wear the clothes beyond the tennis court. Nike looks like bland city compared to Lotto. I play in the high desert, 90 degree weather and this stuff keeps me in the game and doesn't break the bank. Thank you TW for stocking it.
     
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  14. perfmode

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    Lol, you make it seem like Lotto is making your pacemaker.
     
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  15. katarddx

    katarddx Semi-Pro

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    agreed! Nike absolutely sucks in tennis gear. something else maybe, but tennis...
     
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  16. jings

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    I mustn't be a real man or something because I've never had any trouble with my Nike kit (bar one pair of Oscillates) across many sports, so clearly can't be using it nearly hard enough! Sorry, will try and do better in future. I do wish they'd use slightly less shiny material on occaision though.
     
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  17. paddyslad

    paddyslad Guest

    Lendl cat face shirt.

    The best shirt ever! None are even close. :D
     
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  18. A.Roddick

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    RBK

    I LOVE RBK (reebok)
     
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  19. mrwise

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    How many people like the clothing line that they voet for because their favorite player uses it. I think most people want the image of being like their favorite players rather than the quality/style/etc. that the brand gives the player. I am impressed with how many people are mentioning Lotto on this thread. They are now the sponsor for the USPTA and replaced Wilson. I was not that impressed with their offering.
     
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  20. Goalier95

    Goalier95 New User

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    mrwise,
    you're absolutely correct, I love putting on my Nike gear and feeling like Agassi/Fedex/Moya, etc. (Waitaminute, I can't hit like them, but i sure do like the feeling of wearing what they get for free!) Even though they are highly overpriced I disagree that quality is inferior, all my Nike shirts have held up and still feel very comfortable since day one. I also like their latest streamlined designs in all of the current lineup.
     
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  21. equinox

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    slazenger is underated. Pretty cheap compared to rbk and nike.
     
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