I dont' think RRL will be included in this year's sale. The current sale ends this week and all sale items are being sent to outlets, etc. The stores are swimming in inventory. No room for the new stuff.
Btw, this year's F/W 2012 stuff is pretty heavy duty. Most of what i've seen would work in Alaska, Russia or the Arctic.
How tight is your asshole? Seriously. Please oblige us all and upload a photo of yourself. Because there's only one reason your anal retentive ass would chime in with such an inane statement - you could never pull off any of these items. RRL is not trying to authentically re-create a historical shirt you fool - they are trying to create a fashion item. Get it? Fashion, to be worn for entertainment's sake. For Authentic Military wear, they sell authentic items that were worn during various eras of combat. And I bet you're another one of those people who considers it wrong for someone to sport a vintage coat if they did not serve in the war. The only adults that can't rock crossbones are people like yourself, who have absolutely no style or swagger to boot. Again my friend, please indulge us with what you look like and what you wear. Cause what I've learned about this forum is haters like you run their mouths, call amazing items shit, and it's all because have no style or fashion sense themselves. The fact that you think RRL is trying to create authentic military apparel just shows what a moron you are. I bet you're the kind of idiot that rents Total Recall to learn more about mars. So, please share who you are or put up ONE item that tops these....
Leapin' lizards! What a reaction. Appears I hit a nerve. Poseur caught posin'. Are the other members of the fashion battalion as uncool and uncollected as yourself? You know, bomber pilots need nerves of steel; you can't be wearing that jacket whilst having a tantrum.
Real badges and rank insignia have real meaning... disrespectful to what they represent to be viewed as entertainment. Why not attach some genuine Ralph Lauren pseudo-military emblems instead of real military ones? Could Ralph Lauren not charge as much? Or does Ralph Lauren know the customer of its militaria is one with inadequacies?