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Originally Posted by hoit1981 View Post

But 46n2's has the vintage style label scroll (pointing upwards). To me that suggests vintage c. 1993 - 2000(ish).

The line was only around from 1993-1998 then it went away until 2001 when it was re-launched
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Theres some older stuff on this (terrible) website - http://ralphlipschitz.tripod.com/index.html
post #13938 of 23739
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Originally Posted by Dave_SFU View Post

The line was only around from 1993-1998 then it went away until 2001 when it was re-launched

Yeah that's what I meant (1993 - 1998). I always get the dates of that confused.
post #13939 of 23739
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Originally Posted by Dave_SFU View Post

Theres some older stuff on this (terrible) website - http://ralphlipschitz.tripod.com/index.html

Terribly cool, and I had no idea about that time frame, learn something new every day.
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I'm kind of hung up on the fact they no longer make the straight cut raw/rigid jeans.  Since they're gone (one wash just isn't the same to me), does anybody know what - if any - style that cut was based on?  Some model of Levis, maybe?  Many thanks.

post #13941 of 23739
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Originally Posted by budapest12 View Post

I'm kind of hung up on the fact they no longer make the straight cut raw/rigid jeans.  Since they're gone (one wash just isn't the same to me), does anybody know what - if any - style that cut was based on?  Some model of Levis, maybe?  Many thanks.

Isn't there currently a rigid, straight leg buckle-back available on the website?
post #13942 of 23739
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Originally Posted by hoit1981 View Post


Isn't there currently a rigid, straight leg buckle-back available on the website?

You are correct.  But buckle-backs are not for me and I'm not about to get them and see if I can have it removed.  The denim is beautiful, though.

post #13943 of 23739

Buckleback is easy to remove. I have done it on my Slim Fit ones from last year.

 

Pretty sure their Straight Leg is based on 501s.

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Originally Posted by budapest12 View Post

I'm kind of hung up on the fact they no longer make the straight cut raw/rigid jeans.  Since they're gone (one wash just isn't the same to me), does anybody know what - if any - style that cut was based on?  Some model of Levis, maybe?  Many thanks.

These are straight, raw, and no buckle: http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=17408786&prodFindSrc=cart&sProdEvar=Shopping+Bag
post #13945 of 23739
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Originally Posted by RRL CLOTHING View Post

Buckleback is easy to remove. I have done it on my Slim Fit ones from last year.

 

Pretty sure their Straight Leg is based on 501s.

Thanks for that.  I guess I could go that route, though paying $300 instead of $240 (assuming no sale) apparently for the buckle-back, only to then pay more to have it removed by somebody who knows what they are doing, kind of just makes me want to find another option.  Plus I am not quite sure that those buckle-backs are the very same fit -- I think they may be slightly more relaxed and/or have a slightly higher rise.  But maybe not.  Anyway, appreciate it.

post #13946 of 23739
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Originally Posted by budapest12 View Post

Thanks for that.  I guess I could go that route, though paying $300 instead of $240 (assuming no sale) apparently for the buckle-back, only to then pay more to have it removed by somebody who knows what they are doing, kind of just makes me want to find another option.  Plus I am not quite sure that those buckle-backs are the very same fit -- I think they may be slightly more relaxed and/or have a slightly higher rise.  But maybe not.  Anyway, appreciate it.

Usually, in my experience any trousers with buckles from RL are around an inch wider in the waist.
post #13947 of 23739
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Originally Posted by Saturdays View Post

These are straight, raw, and no buckle: http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=17408786&prodFindSrc=cart&sProdEvar=Shopping+Bag

Slim Straight is a different cut/rise than Straight
post #13948 of 23739
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Originally Posted by Dave_SFU View Post

Slim Straight is a different cut/rise than Straight

Ah okay, wellt he only other alternatives without the buckle for raw is is 'slimfit rigid' or 'low straight rigid'. Odd that there is no just plain straight rigid
post #13949 of 23739
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Originally Posted by Saturdays View Post

Ah okay, wellt he only other alternatives without the buckle for raw is is 'slimfit rigid' or 'low straight rigid'. Odd that there is no just plain straight rigid

It was an apparent poor seller for RRL's demographic
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Won't the slim-straight be at least similar to the straight?
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