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This. Polo shirts are, or should be, like t-shirts: Cheap and disposable, so you don't have to sweat if they get stained. I have a few high-end polos (thrifted) that include Paul Stuart, RL Purple Label and Robert Talbott. They're nice, but not worth MSRP, not even close. Some will disagree because some people are "into" polo shirts the way that others are "shoe hobbyists." To each his own. But for me, the best way is to grab them for $2 or so apiece at the thrifts, where there are always tons, wear them for a summer or two, then throw them away and start again. I'm not the sort to wear a polo shirt to an upscale garden party, but if I were, I always have the nice ones in reserve. Otherwise, wear them as others do t-shirts, for washing the car, walking the dog, etc.Not the best of answers but all my polos have been thrifted over the years; BB and PRL. I really don't mind either logo for this type of shirt. Were I buying new I would go with LLB which are of great quality and fit; shop the Bean Outlets if you can for rock bottom prices. For golf I wear polo golf as I like the fuller fit and longer non-banded sleeves, also thrifted.