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post #13396 of 20949
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Originally Posted by El Argentino View Post

Just tried a few of their more pre-worn denim pieces over the holidays and was very impressed. Maybe I'm moving away from the whole "raw jawnz" thing. The denim was a great weight, tastefully aged, and felt like great construction. Just wish there was a local place here that stocked it.

Was it all selvedge or are they still doing non-selvedge for some of their washed stuff?

post #13397 of 20949
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Originally Posted by misterjuiceman View Post

Was it all selvedge or are they still doing non-selvedge for some of their washed stuff?

From what I gathered, all Japanese-sourced denim, then made in the USA. Everything I tried had a selvege outseam and coinpocket.
post #13398 of 20949
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Originally Posted by El Argentino View Post


From what I gathered, all Japanese-sourced denim, then made in the USA. Everything I tried had a selvege outseam and coinpocket.

OK cool. Is any of the stuff you tried on the website?

post #13399 of 20949
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Originally Posted by misterjuiceman View Post

OK cool. Is any of the stuff you tried on the website?

Not sure TBH - haven't visited the website for anything more than details on my sales threads. Tried a one-wash slim, and some beaten up low straights (leftovers in sig). They were all really nice.
post #13400 of 20949
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Originally Posted by El Argentino View Post


Not sure TBH - haven't visited the website for anything more than details on my sales threads. Tried a one-wash slim, and some beaten up low straights (leftovers in sig). They were all really nice.

Don't like buying online?

post #13401 of 20949
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Originally Posted by misterjuiceman View Post

Don't like buying online?

Always prefer to try things on first. If I can manage B&M, I do prefer it.
post #13402 of 20949
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Originally Posted by El Argentino View Post

Just tried a few of their more pre-worn denim pieces over the holidays and was very impressed. Maybe I'm moving away from the whole "raw jawnz" thing. The denim was a great weight, tastefully aged, and felt like great construction. Just wish there was a local place here that stocked it. OH YES AND DID I MENTION I HAPPEN TO HAVE 3 PAIRS FOR SALE I FOUND AT BARNEYS OUTLET FOR $34 BUCKS?!

 

Stop trying to promote your shitty jeans here. God damn it's so painfully obvious.


Edited by RRL CLOTHING - 1/28/13 at 7:12am
post #13403 of 20949
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Originally Posted by RRL CLOTHING View Post

Stop trying to promote your shitty jeans here. God damn it's so painfully obvious.

Isn't he just promoting his RRL Jeans...

but yeah his post does reek of over-excitement
post #13404 of 20949
Alright, whatever. Sorry to intrude in your little love fest. I didn't know just posting thoughts about a product constituted a sales pitch. Heaven forbid.
post #13405 of 20949

HEY FAIRLY NEW TO THIS BUT HOW DO THOSE FATIGUES FIT

post #13406 of 20949
From the Europe web:
RRL Crewneck sweater XS
From ebay:
RRL Limited edition canvas belt 30 size
RRL ranch fit jeans 28x32
post #13407 of 20949
Straight leg (rinse/one-wash model): 1 year, three washes



post #13408 of 20949
^superb!
post #13409 of 20949
Has anyone seen the new Western Bull Denim in stores yet? I'm thinking about trying a pair.
post #13410 of 20949
I seenvthe bull denim but only in the olive color and somr grey slim boot cut.
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