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post #13771 of 20942
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Originally Posted by randomkoreandude View Post

i got xs but it was tighter than my gamblers leather from fw11 in xs

it wont let me message him ... hes not accepting messages

hmm weird.. i just messaged him... and it went through...

how are you contacting him? I went to an item, sent a question about an item, and it worked...
post #13772 of 20942
yeah i just figured it out ... i had to contact him just under his name. the particular item i was asking about wasnt accepting questions
post #13773 of 20942
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Originally Posted by randomkoreandude View Post

yeah i just figured it out ... i had to contact him just under his name. the particular item i was asking about wasnt accepting questions

aaah, he replied back very quickly to my question.
post #13774 of 20942

Yes they are.

post #13775 of 20942
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Originally Posted by kmdsimpson View Post


I got the large to compare to the medium, and unfortunately, I ended up returning them both. The large is a true large, in the sense that it's not a good fit for someone who is a medium. Darting the large would have not been enough for me, as it's too big in the shoulders. And the medium just has that odd fit below the shoulders.

I concur with you and with Robear's original advice - just a strange fit for me. Too bad, as it's an awesome shirt and would definitely have been something I'd have kept for years. Too much to fool around with for the price.

I'll leave you guys with this regarding the Star Iron Ore shirt:

 

medium: shoulder seam to seam: 17.5"; pit-to-pit: 20.5"; waist gusset to gusset: 20"

large:  shoulder seam to seam: 18"; pit-to-pit: 21.5"; waist gusset to gusset: 22" 

 

I checked and double checked my measurements.

 

FWIW, this season's red chambray:  shoulder seam to seam: 17.5"; pit-to-pit: 20"; waist gusset to gusset: 19.5", IMO ridiculous, and I say that regretfully. 

post #13776 of 20942
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Originally Posted by budapest12 View Post

You are 6'0, 175 lb, and have 36 waist?  There must be a typo somewhere.  I'm 5'7, 175 lbs and have a 33 waist.  A medium usually fits me, but not always.  I am not sure how a medium could possibly fit somebody with a 36 waist.

Sorry buddy, no typo. I actually just remeasured my waist at 37". I wear a 33", and a few 32", waist in nearly all of my RRL pants and jeans. All 34's I've had to have taken in by a tailor. Remember, RRL bottoms are vanity sized, so be careful not to determine waist size by pants but by actually using a measuring tape. And yes, a medium RRL top fits me perfectly, save for the shirts that I mentioned that are cut awkwardly. The vintage promontory workshirt from this season fits me just fine (a little loose) in a size medium.

 

Cheers...

post #13777 of 20942
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Originally Posted by stickshift View Post


Are the fits for the star iron ore shirt and the chambray steamfitter shirt similar?

Yes. I didn't take measurements of the stamfitter shirt, but they are very much the same.

post #13778 of 20942
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Originally Posted by Roggie Rog View Post

Yes. I didn't take measurements of the stamfitter shirt, but they are very much the same.

That's a shame. I tried on the steamfitter shirt and it was the weirdest fit I've ever seen.
post #13779 of 20942
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Originally Posted by budapest12 View Post

Sorry if this turns out being a double post --- I saw this listing for a pair of RRL straight legs that are a couple of years old.  The styling looks like the slim boot cuts but this is an old style and seller thinks they are straight (and seems to have experience).  Nevertheless, I wanted to check and see if anybody knew about this pair.  I cannot wear slims, only straight or low straight.  The pockets do not say anything at all.

 

Many thanks.

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/190798618518?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1438.l2648

Bumping because it posted over 24 hours after I wrote it.  Thanks.

post #13780 of 20942
I'm fairly new to RRL but they seam to be straight all the way down. I would think u are good
post #13781 of 20942
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Originally Posted by budapest12 View Post

Bumping because it posted over 24 hours after I wrote it.  Thanks.

Those are clearly used and washed. They made them about 3 years ago in Rigid and Aged White only IIRC. I don't even know what's going on with the waistband leather tag.

 

They are based on the slim bootcut.

post #13782 of 20942
Welp. Spotted the new Roper jacket on Joe Budden in his new video. Looks good, my next purchase.









post #13783 of 20942
Rrl officer selvedge denim at the Vegas outlet fit for $55
post #13784 of 20942
you talking about them officer chinos?
post #13785 of 20942
Yeah these are the indigo denim officer chinos. The only sizes they had today was 31. Didn't kop anything-left already
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