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...
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.
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.
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.
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.