For the Dawg snappy dresser…

If, like me, you’re a guy with a gaping hole in your wardrobe and you need something like this to fill it in…

Dockers can scratch that itch for you.

Even better, if you’re cheap like me and that $55 price tag feels a little rich, use the coupon code DOCKERS2012EMAIL should you choose to buy, and you’ll score a 20% discount and free shipping.  It should make for a timely arrival before G-Day.

(And, no, nobody’s paying me or giving me anything for the mention.  Just thought I’d share.)

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13 responses to “For the Dawg snappy dresser…

  1. TennesseeDawg

    Not even close. This guy dresses like a real fan

  2. Trbodawg

    Gotta get me some o’ d’em

  3. Thanks Senator, we need more haute couture. I like to see well dressed fans. Shows how classy we are.

  4. HVL Dawg

    I’ve noticed that you’ve disabled the ads from your site. No clicks?

  5. Bourbon Dawgwalker

    They appear to be advertising a size 28. Judging by the people who sit around me at games they should really be advertising a size 48.

  6. Monty Capuletti

    Hey, the Regular Guy look lives! I bet you buy a pair of shorts like these and you get a free bowl of soup.

  7. Athens Dog

    I don’t see “relaxed fit” Damn

    • Macallanlover

      Dockers has a relaxed fit in their slacks, it is the men’s equivalent of dress makers “sliding the scale” for women so they can say they still wear the same size they did in college…that size 6 was once called a size 10.

  8. Cojones

    Joining you and a few other cheapos (judging from those fellow posters who have stated that refuse to pay sites for Dawg info) is pure fiscal pleasure, Senator. We save our money for the good liquor.

    Thinking of buying these in largest size, cutting in half vertically and resewing each leg to make two sets for two of my grandsons. Anyone know where I can buy another “Docker” label?

  9. pantslesspatdye

    Senator,
    Where are your arms? Are you being held up in this picture?