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That Jackets from last year so little chance stores will still have it. Have you tried Dee Cee Style in Zurich - they're a good stockist.Sears in Bassano - Italy. or Blue Marlin in Rome are also good.
Midland, Midland 2 and Midland 3 are the same wash but performed on a new fabric base. This happened when RRL started moving from Japanese to US selvage. The photos used by the Product Guides and the Online store are photos directly form the samples. this is where the discrepancies occur. My understanding is that there are major changes still made after the sales samples are made. Multiply this by the fact that photos were all done by a 3rd party the updated styles were...
No problem. Don't think they're Womens as my knowledge is they've never done a Narrow. I've seen Skinny and Boyfriend in Womens. Could be rogue labeling or even a sample that never made production. Knee bagging is the fabric becoming loose around the knee due to continual bending of the knee forcing the fabric to stretch. Common in skinny jeans with 2% elastane but also possible in 100% cotton if the denim is worn too tight.
  These are clearly not new jeans but ones extensively worn - probably from Rigid. The right knee bagging and turn up fold show this. The rivets are correct - showing the rivet and burr style used by RRL. Centre button is correct and the back pocket hem shows the distinctive wear from the inserted ridge. However the Narrow name is confusing as the new fit is called the Slim Narrow and only introduced in SP15. The back pocket stitch is also confusing as Slim and Slim Narrow...
They're bundled together as a double issue now. Mensfile (UK) needed financial support to continue and Clutch wanted into the Eu market. Makes a good magazine. All Mensfile's have been good in my opinion. Its just a shame I don't speak or read Japanese.
Just released and I thought you guys might want to know  
I hate the numerous pro feminist, man bashing frineds posts like this:  
You should read the comments under Jessica Valenti's columns on the Guardian. She's famous for being able to make any article, regardless of subject matter, the fault of men. She gets called out on it every time and the comments are much more entertaining than her columns.
Just for your info that article is from 2013 - Man of the World magazine - issue 5.
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