GANT Reviews

Consumer ratings of GANT

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  • 11/05/2010
  • The Gant premium lifestyle brand combines American casualness with European elegance. The company's values are based on its authentic American East Coast heritage, dating back to the launch of the brand in 1949. Since then the brand has been further developed, taking influence from Europe, and is now a truly global brand. Gant offers full ranges of clothing for men, women, and children. In addition, Gant branded watches, footwear, eyewear, fragrances and home furnishings are designed and marketed by licensees

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DateProductRatingCustomer ReviewReply from www.gant.co.uk
20 Minute(s) ago

Short-Sleeved Pinstriped Shirt - blue

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  • Short-Sleeved Plaid Madras Shirt - blue

very good clothes

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52 Minute(s) ago

Hero Sneaker - white

Good quality service

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1 Hour(s) ago

Cotton Cable Bomber Jacket - black

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  • Washed Selvage Jeans - blue
  • Double-Faced Shorts - blue
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Couldn't fault the service

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3 Hour(s) ago

Belted Cargo Shorts - blue

Fantastic

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17 Hour(s) ago

Oxford Bow Shirt - white

Order completed and received really quickly. Packaged beautifully.

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22 Hour(s) ago

Barstriped Polo Shirt - red

A very efficient service from a user friendly website, easy ordering and prompt processing and delivery. Excellent!

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23 Hour(s) ago

Logo Crewneck Sweatshirt - grey

great service gant top class

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24 Hour(s) ago

Plaid Shirt - blue

As usual, easy ordering, prompt delivery.

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25 Hour(s) ago

Regular Fit Chinos - blue

A little expensive!!

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25 Hour(s) ago

Solid Polo Shirt - orange

Fantastic service

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26 Hour(s) ago

Cotton Cable Bomber Jacket - black

Always good

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26 Hour(s) ago

The Bermuda Shorts - blue

Latest

Good quality products, efficient service and fast delivery.


25-Aug-2016
Always good

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26 Hour(s) ago

The Perfect Oxford Shirt - yellow

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  • 3-Pack Stretch Cotton Hip Briefs - white

The company is fantastic. Whoever packed my shirt could have spotted the large pen mark on the collar, however.

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31 Hour(s) ago

Comfort Super Chinos - blue

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  • The Perfect Oxford Shirt - blue
  • Belted Cargo Shorts - blue

Superb service although PLEASE deliver to Singapore!!

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24-Aug

Birdie Madras Checked Shirt - blue

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  • Solid Pinpoint Spread Collar Shirt - blue

Delivered promptly

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24-Aug

Contrast Collar Polo Shirt - black

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  • Bar Striped Polo Shirt - blue

Will definitely purchase again!

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24-Aug

Regular Fit Chinos - blue

great quality

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24-Aug

Lamsbwool Crewneck Jumper

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  • Block Striped Socks - brown

Had a problem placing the order, but once the system was working properly the service and delivery were excellent.

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24-Aug

Small Flowered Stretch Shirt - purple

Received item within 3 days

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24-Aug

Denim Shirt Dress - blue

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  • Striped Piqué Shirt Dress - blue

Fast delivery and the clothes were folded carefully in the box

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24-Aug

Plain Indigo Broadcloth Shirt - blue

Good website. Efficient delivery. Excellent gift packaging

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24-Aug

Micro Twill Jeans - blue

very impressed. easy to use and delivered very quickly

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23-Aug

Weekender Comfort Flannel Pants - blue

They sent the wrong size, which is a pretty bad error. However, they have arranged a courier to pick them up which is good.

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23-Aug

Solid Polo Shirt - blue

MARK STEEL

I want my country back. For half the population, this is now the answer to all questions. They could be asked: “What do you say about an International Sewage Report that states without EU funding our cities will be covered in human waste by 2019 and you personally will be eaten alive by rats?” And they’d say: “I WANT MY COUNTRY BACK.”

It’s understandable. For centuries Britain has been invaded, colonised; we’ve had to hand over our raw materials to countries such as India and Barbados; we’ve pleaded and begged, “please stop ordering us about and let us run our own affairs, Mister Gandhi”. At last, our patience has run out. We’ve snapped. We want our country back.

The people determined for us to remain in the EU, as Michael Gove explained, are part of an “elite”, an establishment clique he’s determined to oppose.

We should be thankful common sorts such as Michael ‘Che Guevara’ Gove, the people’s Lord Chancellor, spokesman for the ordinary peer and Conservative MP for the downtrodden labourers of Surrey Heath, is prepared to confront the elite and only goes to weddings of the voiceless, the humble and the powerless, such as Rupert Murdoch.

Rupert himself has been prepared to bravely speak out, declaring that the “pro EU elite” is made up of “the corporate establishment”.

It’s remarkable how much courage people such as Mr Murdoch manage to find, to keep on struggling against the corporate establishment. Sometimes an elected government might wait a whole week before doing as Mr Murdoch tells them, but despite such setbacks he keeps on fighting for the common labouring international media tycoon, with not a thought for his own welfare.

Another rebel willing to take on this elite is salt-of-the-earth Boris Johnson, the cheeky chappie from common old Eton, where folk were poor but happy.

Boris’s upbringing reads like an episode of Coronation Street, an everyday tale of honest-to-goodness investment bankers, overcoming the odds to survive in their 25-up 25-down back-to-back castles. Boris might have learned Latin, but he learned the people’s Latin, and could often be heard down the greasy spoon café saying “sine que non mate, that’s what I say, give it your mea culpa and ipso facto you’re done up like a kipper whatever your modus operandi and that’s veritus is that. As for Cameron, he can do one ad infinitum mate.”

Mr Gove has now revealed that the EU even ruined his father’s fish business, the elite corporate pigs, though his full statement will go: “This geezer from Brussels came round and said what wiv the ol’ red tape his mackerel had to be re-classified as German sausage. Well my ol’ man weren’t ‘avin’ that. Then a numpty from Strasbourg said to comply with EU climate-change law, all his haddock had to have a wind turbine sticking out their fins, bankrupted ‘im it did, what a palaver.”

At first Gove’s father appeared to dispute the claim, telling the Guardian that he “just decided to call it and a day and just sold up my business”. He has since denied that, saying, “Everybody in the North-east knows it was Europe that did such damage to the fish trade. There wasn’t any future for my business. It closed as a direct result of Europe.”

Luckily for Leavers, the Remain campaign seems equally insistent the best way to present their case is to make things up, so George Osborne informed us if we leave, he’ll have to pass a special budget cutting everything he hasn’t yet cut.

He also said he’ll have to raise taxes – although he’s always insisted raising taxes doesn’t bring in any extra money, and when Labour suggested raising taxes he told them they were idiots, incompetent and useless, driven by envy and would cause everything to catch fire.

So it’s refreshing that for once a politician can admit he’s wrong. Presumably he’ll now be urging us all to vote for Jeremy Corbyn.

Here’s where the Conservative Party may once again find unity, because Mr Gove and Mr Johnson insist they will oppose any cuts in welfare following the referendum – which isn’t surprising, as the first people you see on any demonstration against welfare cuts are always Mr Gove and Mr Johnson.

Now the Conservatives will finally be able to unite, as a hard-left protest party.

To confuse matters even more, some trade unions support the Leave campaign because EU rules protect privatisation. This is a magnificent effort at not seeing the bigger picture, as this is now a referendum on whether you support an attitude of “We’re BRITAIN and we’re SICK of being told what to do by FOREIGNERS”, or not.

To vote Leave for some sort of socialist reason is like an atheist voting with the Satanists in a referendum about whether Britain should remain a Christian country or become a nation of devil-worshippers, just because you don’t like Salvation Army brass bands.

The most triumphant voices if we leave the EU will be the sort who composed the Daily Mail headline this week: “Fury over plot to let 1.5 million Turks into Britain.” They’ll all be here soon, all 1.5 million of them, building mosques in your garden shed and you’ll have to keep all their carpets in your bed and brush them every day or you’ll be fined by Europe.

By Monday the paper will have announced: “Now Ancient Egypt is set to join Europe. Five million pharaohs are set to invade Britain, MILLIONS will die from mummy’s curses and they plan to make Duchess of York a SLAVE and build a pyramid.”

Yesterday it showed a picture of stowaways on a boat, with a headline “We’re from Europe – let us in.” Well that’s Europe for you: run by stowaway elites, swanning about in a packing crate on the back of a fancy dolled-up lethally overcrowded fishing boat.

It’s all right for some isn’t it?

Top quality merchandise immaculately packaged and delivered.

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23-Aug

Winter Twill Madras Checked Shirt - blue

Excellent product range of long life, quality goods!

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