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The main problem with Coach is they sell stuff at their outlets which was never sold in their main stores. Resellers descend on the Coach outlet and buy 8-10 items at a time at the discount price and then turn around and resell on Ebay, listing the "sticker price" for comparison. People think they are getting a great deal, even though the items were never sold in a mainstream retails store for the price listed on the tag. If you look at the product number, anything which starts with a letter F was produced specifically for the outlet stores. The quality is not the same as items sold in their regular stores and other merchandisers.
Very comfortable on my feet, but ended up with green polka dotted socks...
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