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Men's Orvis Sandy Point Long Sleeve Pullover EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale.com has Men's Orvis Sandy Point Long Sleeve Pullover (various colors) on sale for $12.99. Shipping is free. Thanks IfYouSeeKay

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This Orvis shirt features lightweight material designed for ultimate comfort and maximum mobility. Dry Wik keeps you warm and dry by pulling moisture away from skin. Refer to the forum thread for additional details - Discombobulated

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I know that Costco has had some Orvis gear here and there, but this is the first time I've seen any Drirelease. These are 4.8 Stars with over 400 reviews on Orvis, if you haven't tried one... they are very comfortable and a total steal at $12.99

http://www.costco.com/Orvis-Men%E...reId=10301


These are currently $69 on Orvis and I've never seen them come down this low even during their large sales. http://www.orvis.com/p/drirelease...shirt/1r47
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My husband loves these! Thanks!
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I'm a sucker for 1/4 zip dri-fit shirts....in for 2! Thanks OP!
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Good deal!
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Smoking deal for Orvis!!! Thanks
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I bought two! SlickDeal indeed. Thank you OP
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FWIW, these are not the actual Orvis you would find in a store. I have several other Costco Orvis items, as well as the matching items from Orvis stores. While the products are similar, the actual Orvis items are definitely made from better materials and of higher quality than the ones sold by Costco.

With that being said, I'm still in for 2...
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Thanks OP. In for 3
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Any idea on the fit of these? I like Orvis stuff, but it is similar to Brooks Brothers where their traditional fit is robust. They do have some items that are more "athletic" cut. I'm no skinny boy but their regular is for big fellas...
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Do they sell in store? Can you return in store?
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Do they sell in store? Can you return in store?
Possibly. Yes.
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you can return in store...looks like I can't edit my post

https://customerservice.costco.co...l/a_id/661
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FWIW, these are not the actual Orvis you would find in a store. I have several other Costco Orvis items, as well as the matching items from Orvis stores. While the products are similar, the actual Orvis items are definitely made from better materials and of higher quality than the ones sold by Costco.

With that being said, I'm still in for 2...
I'm curious about this because orvis doesn't really make outlet clothes. But I looked at my Orvis bought drirelease and the material and description matches costco..
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Any idea on the fit of these? I like Orvis stuff, but it is similar to Brooks Brothers where their traditional fit is robust. They do have some items that are more "athletic" cut. I'm no skinny boy but their regular is for big fellas...
A lot of Orvis stuff (especially jackets and sweaters) I find are a bit robust for me. Their drirelease stuff is a tad more fitted (but not too fitted by any means). I'm 5 11 175 lbs and a medium fits me well with a tad bit of room but nothing hanging off of me.
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