The Official RRL Thread - Page 934
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They do, but they get copped right away, or are only in stores. 36R in RLBL goes very quick, and stock is relatively low on those sizes. RRL's suiting is only done in store so you can probably ask them. I know some stores have people on lists that have their account charged as soon as a 36R comes in, and its shipped to them.
That's about 2 years old.
I handled it,if I can recall. It was medium weight, itchy wool but very warm.
I think it runs a half size bigger than tagged size.
Thanks, guys. He does say in the ebay listing that it runs large, and I think he has it listed both under M and L.
Definitely check stores or call flag ship stores.They should have it, I've seen them previously.
I have the straight leg they used to make, and I think RRL denim does soften up quicker than other raw denims on the market. The whiskering around the crotch is pretty nice, but the combs on the back of the knee are pretty much non-existent. I have the feeling that no matter how hard you wear your RRLs, the lack of starch in the denim is going to lend a more vintage, subtle look. For better or for worse. I think that is also why you don't see too many pictures of RRL fades after several months. The contrast on mine is in no way as strong as APCs and N&F Indigo and Deep Indigo pairs I've worn.
Perhaps you need to wear them harder. these were mine.
At what point is it worth having raw jeans repaired? I have some straight leg rigids I've been wearing for about 11 months. I've never washed them and they're only beginning to shows signs of breaking in. Except for the crotch, which looks like it's developing noticeable holes. I'm all about getting them distressed, but I don't want a crotch blow-out either. Any advice?