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Looks like they added the Wilberforce Wingtips, and Bowery boots online. Don't think i've ever seen them offer the wingtips online.

http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=18274146
post #14012 of 22060
so i read some pages back that the steamfitter chambray fit weird ... but did sizing up one size help? everyone jsut said that it fit weird and tapered at the waist too much

im a XS across the board in RRL and the xs just became available online. might just buy it and see how it works
post #14013 of 22060
It's a joke. A spoof. Not supposed to be anything but a poke at the Americana workwear scene and Inspiration weekend specifically..
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welllll, i had no idea my quick snapshot of these guys against my mother in law trailer in the desert after a day of hiking and exploring would be subject to such debate......well i will say that the double jeans helps on the bikes and crawling through sharp rocks (and that damn rs button is busted).....and no i didn't not slather their faces with dirt, but maybe i will next time, sounds like fun........ :)

 

post #14015 of 22060
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Originally Posted by randomkoreandude View Post

so i read some pages back that the steamfitter chambray fit weird ... but did sizing up one size help? everyone jsut said that it fit weird and tapered at the waist too much

im a XS across the board in RRL and the xs just became available online. might just buy it and see how it works

I tried the Star Iron, which I think someone said fits like the Steamfiter. Sizing up did NOT work. It's too big sized up, too tapered TTS.
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frown.gif FAIL
post #14017 of 22060
You should go for it RKD, it's got to fit someone perfectly.

Does anyone know whats special about this that it costs $600. I really like it but it seems ridiculously expensive for a henley.

post #14018 of 22060
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Originally Posted by Jagger_On View Post

You should go for it RKD, it's got to fit someone perfectly.

Does anyone know whats special about this that it costs $600. I really like it but it seems ridiculously expensive for a henley.

 

Linen blend, in the sweater category instead of tshirt,or simply it has a RRL label sewn in? Nothing really makes sense in their pricing sometimes but if you believe they mark it up to mark it down then it all makes sense.

 

Nice looking but not $595 nice...I will be a buyer come summer at 70% off.

post #14019 of 22060
Cheers Robear, have you handled it yet?

I just checked the UK website and its £540 over here. Wow! Having said that, I too would be all over it at 70%.
post #14020 of 22060
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Originally Posted by Jagger_On View Post

Cheers Robear, have you handled it yet?

I just checked the UK website and its £540 over here. Wow! Having said that, I too would be all over it at 70%.

Jagger, I havn't handled any of the newer pieces. Strangely in the largest state in the country with a huge western sense of style there is no stand alone RRL store.The one small RL store in Northpark has an even smaller RRL section (mostly icon). Purchase mostly thru Robert (Dastig) or website for me.

 

 R

 

P.S. Damn $825...ouch!

post #14021 of 22060
besides the indian head t and the contrasting fleece crewneck, there's nothing else that really excites me about the new collection.
post #14022 of 22060
I am curious about the two buckleback jeans. I also like the white hoodie.
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Has anyone compared the lightweight chino from RRL with the one from Denim and Supply? Both have button flys and slim fits but I'm compelled to get the Denim Supply version since it's $95 cheaper. I don't like having the metal teeth of a zipper near my family jewels. Is the quality of Denim & Supply trash?

 

Also why is the regular D&S chino $69.50 and the lightweight version $125? Shouldn't the lightweight version be cheaper? sneaky2.gif

 

Links to the items in question:

 

http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=17408656&cp=11588650.12138267&ab=ln_men_cs2_chinos&view=99&parentPage=family

 

http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=18515646&cp=&kw=corps+chino&origkw=corps+chino&sr=1

 

http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=18515426&f=Men&kw=broken-in+slim&parentPage=search

post #14024 of 22060
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Originally Posted by Saturdays View Post

Looks like they added the Wilberforce Wingtips, and Bowery boots online. Don't think i've ever seen them offer the wingtips online.

http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=18274146

Are these C&J on 325 last? Nail pattern seems to match but sole looks a little different?
post #14025 of 22060
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post

Are these C&J on 325 last? Nail pattern seems to match but sole looks a little different?

Pretty sure they are Church's, they do MTO for RRL as well from what I understand, and the Bowerys too
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