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post #11161 of 21392
if i usually wear 33 LVC denim, what size should i get for a slim fit RRL?
Any help is appreciated it. Not sure if i should stay the same or go up since its a more slim fit.
post #11162 of 21392
^ i wear 32 in LVC and wear 33 in RRL slims if that helps.


Also anyone here from Michigan? I just moved here from Sydney and wondering if there is anywhere i get RRL or even black label
post #11163 of 21392
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Originally Posted by Allenfang View Post

if i usually wear 33 LVC denim, what size should i get for a slim fit RRL?
Any help is appreciated it. Not sure if i should stay the same or go up since its a more slim fit.

If you are getting the raw slim fit. I would go down 1 size. they do stretch out for about 1" after some good wears.
post #11164 of 21392
let me correct what i said above:

I bought a pair of LVC 47" STFs in size 32, but have since gained some weight., and they are a bit too tight. So I would probably wear 33.

Recently i tried on RRL Slims and the 33 fit me OK in the waist (not tight) but the legs were REALLY tight.
post #11165 of 21392
the legs are definitely tight.
post #11166 of 21392
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Originally Posted by Originatek View Post

I read that it is unlikely that there are counterfeits, but can I get a second opinion on these anyway?
http://item.mobileweb.ebay.com/viewitem?itemId=330762265926&index=14&nav=SEARCH&nid=60711792452

Not fake. I believe the wash was called "grassy hill" or something. Retailed for $360.
post #11167 of 21392
In everyone's experience, how is the quality of the RRL raw denim compared to other similarly priced jeans like 3sixteens? I'm thinking of buying a pair of the low straight raws once they pop up in the buy/sell classifieds.
post #11168 of 21392
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Originally Posted by JonSmythe View Post

In everyone's experience, how is the quality of the RRL raw denim compared to other similarly priced jeans like 3sixteens? I'm thinking of buying a pair of the low straight raws once they pop up in the buy/sell classifieds.

The quality, durability is all above excellent. It really is the pinnacle of denim.
post #11169 of 21392
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Originally Posted by hoit1981 View Post

Not fake. I believe the wash was called "grassy hill" or something. Retailed for $360.

what hoit said.
post #11170 of 21392
btw if anyone is looking for the selvedge officer chinos in 28x32 or 30x32, message me. will have measurements later this week.
post #11171 of 21392
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Originally Posted by deez nuts View Post

what hoit said.

No... Actually the grassy hill's are Low Straights and are a different shade. These are more of an olive.
post #11172 of 21392
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Originally Posted by osadolor619 View Post

No... Actually the grassy hill's are Low Straights and are a different shade. These are more of an olive.

You're correct Sir. I just had a proper look. Don't know what wash they are... you can ask the seller to look inside - there will be a tab stating the wash.

I'm 100% sure they aren't fake though.
post #11173 of 21392
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Originally Posted by hoit1981 View Post

You're correct Sir. I just had a proper look. Don't know what wash they are... you can ask the seller to look inside - there will be a tab stating the wash.
I'm 100% sure they aren't fake though.

Yea, I've seen these in store.
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post #11175 of 21392
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Originally Posted by Saturdays View Post


The quality, durability is all above excellent. It really is the pinnacle of denim.

I don't know if I agree with that, I believe they are worth about 50%-70% of the price tag max, the other % is for the RRL label. 

If your looking for US made, Left Field, Raleigh, and a few others are at least if not better. Japan houses a good share of brands that top them as well, but you'll be paying a good premium for those labels as well.

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