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maybe someone can help...how much more stretch in the waist and thigh should i except between the washed denim and the "once wash". I guess what Im asking is if i fit perfectly in a size 32 (borderlne too tight) slim fits washed....should i size down to a 31 in the once wash? Thanks in advance
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Was trying to see if you could see the stitching on pocket, kinda looks like it but maybe not?

Yeah mine have the stitching on the pocket. Thanks for all your help guys! If I find another pair I'll be sure to proxy

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Had a run in with some cement steps last night so i broke out the shoe polish for my Madisons

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Has RRL ever made a non-overdye black jean?
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damn dave you look like a mannequin now!
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Copped these bad boys from Marshall's last night. How do I tell what model of chinos these are? If any similar sized people (30 waist) are interested, I'd be down to trade for a pair of khaki officer chinos. 

Hah...."DESIGNED FOR MFG IN NEW YORK CITY".

Seriously Ralph Lauren.... puzzled.gif

Designed by RL in New York, New York. Assembled in China.
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most RRL is made in china, except the jeans/denim.
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If it's the same cut as the one they did last year in nantucket red canvas, it's pretty gigantic fit.
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If it's the same cut as the one they did last year in nantucket red canvas, it's pretty gigantic fit.

Thanks! You just saved me $300.
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If it's the same cut as the one they did last year in nantucket red canvas, it's pretty gigantic fit.

Thanks! You just saved me $300.

It's actually not that bad a fit once you size down though.
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Had a run in with some cement steps last night so i broke out the shoe polish for my Madisons

 

 

Those are really stunning boots.

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Had a run in with some cement steps last night so i broke out the shoe polish for my Madisons

 

 

Those are really stunning boots.

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These boots are great looking:
http://www.auctiva.com/hostedimages/showimage.aspx?gid=464658&image=609013558&images=609013558,609013587,609013613,609013637,609013661,609013683,609013707&formats=0,0,0,0,0,0,0&format=0
rl_store's access to boots is wicked. This guy can't be an outlet flipper can he?

His access to boots is the same as anyone elses. All those boots can be gotten when sales come up from the RRL stores. Those never make it to outlets. Something like the Bowery and Engineer you can flip (for minimal profit) when theyre about 40% off. Other boots arent worth it usually unless theyre more of a percentage off. I have 5 pairs of Bowerys from the most recent sale coming in tomorrow.
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