A fake Ralph Lauren website just hit an all-time low. The imitation site, Ralph-Lauren.US.Com is selling short sleeved dual polos in "n*gger brown." The shirt is actually pictured in black and features two of the iconic brand's signature Polo emblems. A thread about the offensive knock-off shirts recently went up on Reddit​. A slew of commenters quickly pointed out that the website the shirt listed on (Ralph-Lauren.com) is different from the official Ralph Lauren site, which doesn't have a dash between the designer's name. 

Surprisingly, this isn't the first time a knock-off site has done something like this. In 2012, Abercrombie & Fitch received complaints after a similar site posted cargo pants in the same "n*gger brown" colorway. The controversy was eventually cleared up when people realized that Abercrombie-and-Fitch.com was actually a bogus Chinese retailer selling fakes. In that particular instance, it was assumed that the inclusion of a racial epithet was the result of a bad translation program. It could be that this is the same reason why the incredibly offensive misnomer made its way onto the fake Ralph Lauren site.

[via Reddit]