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post #31 of 47
I will be picking up RRL.
I have spoke in detail with the designers and I am really happy with the quailty of the product.

The French might have bigger "JUNK" but they are still the only losers of BOTH worls wars.
post #32 of 47
Germany. Austria. Hungary.
post #33 of 47
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Originally Posted by Joel_Cairo View Post
"recently" as in "within the past few weeks" or "recently" as in "June 2005"?

I don't recall the HTC store on Beverly Blvd having RRL last year. I visited the store 3 days ago and all they had were RRL's. Gone were the Raf Simons, Rag and Bones, April 77 etc. I was actually disappointed with the lack of choices.
post #34 of 47
Arethusa...ALLIES!!! France was over run both times ( France and Belgium) but Belgians are nice . The French are nasty nasty nasty.

Mah- yu can always shop with me I won't disappoint you.
post #35 of 47
The RL store in Atlanta now has a huge RRL section.
post #36 of 47
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Originally Posted by Maharlika View Post
I don't recall the HTC store on Beverly Blvd having RRL last year. I visited the store 3 days ago and all they had were RRL's. Gone were the Raf Simons, Rag and Bones, April 77 etc. I was actually disappointed with the lack of choices.

I dunno nuthin about Beverley Blvd, I was just poking fun at the necropost.
post #37 of 47
american rag in hollywood has RRL jeans.

that being said, i just kopped a pair of RRL vintage chinos at TJ max for $50 yesterday. Great fitting chino, very tapered leg. detailing is incredible. side cinches. very heavy khaki material.
post #38 of 47
I also got some of their military chinos at full retail and while the detailing is different than yours it is still incredible. Also, mine are made of 8.5 oz heavy twill in a great color. The fly is a button fly with melamine buttons and the pocket detailing is nice looking as well.

Does your pair have instructions to wait as long as possible before washing? Mine did.
post #39 of 47
Since this post is already back from the dead....

Anybody know have experience with the current RRL jeans? Thoughts on quality and details, fit, fading, et cetera?
post #40 of 47
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Originally Posted by xchen View Post
The RL store in Atlanta now has a huge RRL section.

where in ATL? The Outlet mall?
post #41 of 47
The new Polo RL in Lenox Mall. The outlets around here that I've called haven't carried any of the RRL stuff. Also, just to update, my RRL military chinos mentioned a few posts up already have a slight fade, on the inside ankles, which is the same place my fairly new APCs are showing some decent wear.
post #42 of 47
Hey i got some indigo RRL jeans from a estate sale and they seem to be a mistake stitch above the right back pocket. it looks like a manufacture defect which would make them really rare. I was wondering if it would make the more or less valuable and if so how much? here is a pic.
post #43 of 47
last time i bought rrl jeans was way back in 1997. dark, slim, tapered. i actually bought the wrong kind coz everybody was wearing polo jeans and co. carpenter jeans. they don't fit anymore coz i was a fat kid and my waist jeans size is actually 32 now instad of a 38.

does marshalls still sell them?
post #44 of 47
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Originally Posted by poly800rock View Post
american rag in hollywood has RRL jeans.

that being said, i just kopped a pair of RRL vintage chinos at TJ max for $50 yesterday. Great fitting chino, very tapered leg. detailing is incredible. side cinches. very heavy khaki material.

Damn, I hate reading shit like this. haha.

MY TJMAXX IS WEAK!
post #45 of 47
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