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post #13411 of 21998
I dont remember to be honest
post #13412 of 21998
Does anyone know the fit of the rrl tees I bought a thermal and thermal hoodie. And im loving them today
post #13413 of 21998


Anyon ever seen this cardigan
post #13414 of 21998
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Originally Posted by DRCLARK16 View Post



Anyon ever seen this cardigan

Do your best to put it out of your mind and forget about it completely. IF... IF one pops up on eBay, you will pay over $1200 for it.
post #13415 of 21998
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Does anyone know the fit of the rrl tees I bought a thermal and thermal hoodie. And im loving them today

The main thinner fabric tees are slim, a S fits like an XS (I'm a 18" Chest and the S RRL logo shirt hugs my body). The more vintage athletic tees, the roped cuff ones, are more tts.
post #13416 of 21998
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Originally Posted by Saturdays View Post

The main thinner fabric tees are slim, a S fits like an XS (I'm a 18" Chest and the S RRL logo shirt hugs my body). The more vintage athletic tees, the roped cuff ones, are more tts.

I would actually go the opposite. Im wearing a thinner RRL tee right now in a small and it fits somewhere between a small and medium. closer to medium but fitted. definately a better/more roomy fit than most of the 500 or so band tour shirts i own in small. for comparison a Gildan tee fits smaller than an RRL. RRL fits more like a Next Level brand tee
post #13417 of 21998
Can anyone give me more details on the merchant vessel pants? I think a few folks in this thread own them. Are they denim? and are they really heavy and stiff?

post #13418 of 21998
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I would actually go the opposite. Im wearing a thinner RRL tee right now in a small and it fits somewhere between a small and medium. closer to medium but fitted. definately a better/more roomy fit than most of the 500 or so band tour shirts i own in small. for comparison a Gildan tee fits smaller than an RRL. RRL fits more like a Next Level brand tee
post #13419 of 21998
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Originally Posted by Dave_SFU View Post

I would actually go the opposite. Im wearing a thinner RRL tee right now in a small and it fits somewhere between a small and medium. closer to medium but fitted. definately a better/more roomy fit than most of the 500 or so band tour shirts i own in small. for comparison a Gildan tee fits smaller than an RRL. RRL fits more like a Next Level brand tee
ok thanks a lot might stop by tomorrow to check them out
post #13420 of 21998
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Do your best to put it out of your mind and forget about it completely. IF... IF one pops up on eBay, you will pay over $1200 for it.
damn well there went that
post #13421 of 21998
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Originally Posted by Dave_SFU View Post

I would actually go the opposite. Im wearing a thinner RRL tee right now in a small and it fits somewhere between a small and medium. closer to medium but fitted. definately a better/more roomy fit than most of the 500 or so band tour shirts i own in small. for comparison a Gildan tee fits smaller than an RRL. RRL fits more like a Next Level brand tee

Really? I sell GIldans and Next Levels for my tshirt designs (side-biz), and the RRL shirts I've tried on are all smaller fits from what I recall (Small in RRL compared to Small in Gildans/Next Levels).


Saturdays gets up and goes to his RRL shirt and looks at size and its an XS

facepalm.gif


Disregard me, move along...
post #13422 of 21998
That's pretty awesomesauce.
Edited by xackexxo - 2/2/13 at 1:18pm
post #13423 of 21998
Star Iron Ore shirt online looks awesome. The price was shocking, though - $295.
Edited by kmdsimpson - 2/2/13 at 3:45pm
post #13424 of 21998
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Originally Posted by osadolor619 View Post


Do your best to put it out of your mind and forget about it completely. IF... IF one pops up on eBay, you will pay over $1200 for it.


$1200? Ha!

 

He just bought an RRL leather bag that he posted pics of from inside a store and can't even be bothered remembering what he paid for it. Obviously money is not an object for this man!

post #13425 of 21998
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Originally Posted by kmdsimpson View Post

Is this the Star Iron Ore shirt? I saw as a new item online; looks awesome. The price was shocking, though - $295.

Glad to hear its great in real life, too.

Price seems about right, considering RRL, and actually for that I'm surprised its not a little higher, most of the smaller sizes sold out quick.
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