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Old 06-09-2005, 06:43 AM   #1
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Where do you purchase your Porsche gear (Polo's, hat's, etc.). I was thinking about picking up a few and didn't know where to look for the best prices. Maybe just some that have the Porshe text on them or something, nothing that looks cheap or gaudy. I just would rather not pay $60+ for a polo if I could find a better deal on them.

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I have gotten some nice hats on EBAY. My dealer runs periodic clearance sales and I stock up at that time!
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I hate to advise anybody to get Porsche logo stuff at a dealer, but the fact is that Porsche is so jealous of their trademark(s) that you almost never find that kind of thing at the normal t-shirt shops, even the ones that specialize in motorhead merchandise.
Parts outfits that specialize in Porsche parts (Tweeks, Performance Products, etc.) also usually carry authorized logo merchandise. That being the case, the prices are probably not going to vary that much among the different vendors, since they all have to get the products from the same place.
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I actually didn't think the dealer prices were that bad.. I bought one of those hats with the leather on the brim and I think it was only about $20 - comparable to a sports hat or anything like that. Certainly cheaper than the exhorbitant amounts I've paid for F1 hats in the states

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