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post #14251 of 21997
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Originally Posted by RRL CLOTHING View Post

http://www.ebay.com/sch/m.html?_odkw=&_osacat=0&_armrs=1&_ssn=malfordoflondon&_trksid=p2046732.m570.l1313&_nkw=rrl&_sacat=0&_from=R40

Does anyone know if these guys are stockists in the UK or just outlet resellers?

They're an SF affiliate.
http://www.styleforum.net/t/299963/malford-of-london-official-affiliate-thread
post #14252 of 21997

Ah yes, I was just under the impression RL doesn't allow their authorized resellers to post pictures/listings up on ebay.

 

Nice selection they have BTW.

post #14253 of 21997
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Originally Posted by RRL CLOTHING View Post

Ah yes, I was just under the impression RL doesn't allow their authorized resellers to post pictures/listings up on ebay.

Nice selection they have BTW.

Yeah they're great huh. Awesome photos. I think they're a brick&mortar somewhere in London Town. I guess the RL lawyering machine just hasn't caught up with them yet...
post #14254 of 21997
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Originally Posted by clee1982 View Post

If you have a large calf, skip slim fit, go for low straight or straight if you like higher raise. I haven't bought any RRL in a long time, but it used to be I always size down 2 i.e. if I am true waist 30 I will buy 28. Looks like it's not always the case these days though...

Yeah I don't size down in the slims. Currently wearing slim-fit in rinse and have been for months. Haven't experienced diaper-butt and because I always wear them with a belt they're pretty much the same waist measurement they always have been. They're a perfect fit for me. I would size down in low-straight - last pair I wore looked like I'd dropped a huge load in my pants after just a few wears.

Of course some folks like to wear the denim in a totally bollock-crushing manner. Each to their own huh.
post #14255 of 21997
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Originally Posted by hoit1981 View Post


 I think they're a brick&mortar somewhere in London Town. I guess the RL lawyering machine just hasn't caught up with them yet...

 

online only as far as i could tell.  was looking for an address.

post #14256 of 21997
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Originally Posted by dusttruffle View Post

online only as far as i could tell.  was looking for an address.

Oh yeah. Didn't bother checking before. I guess that's how they are able to constantly offer discounted prices?
post #14257 of 21997
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Originally Posted by hoit1981 View Post

Yeah I don't size down in the slims. Currently wearing slim-fit in rinse and have been for months. Haven't experienced diaper-butt and because I always wear them with a belt they're pretty much the same waist measurement they always have been. They're a perfect fit for me. I would size down in low-straight - last pair I wore looked like I'd dropped a huge load in my pants after just a few wears.

Of course some folks like to wear the denim in a totally bollock-crushing manner. Each to their own huh.

hum, I would still prefer the waist to fit (so size down 2), if I am not tucking in then I don't bother with belts. I actually wanted to buy slim fit for the longest time, until I tried it in RRL store that is. It took me "considerable effort to pass the calf, then about 15 minutes to take it off, again the SA was asking if I need any help for like three times.
post #14258 of 21997
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Originally Posted by RRL CLOTHING View Post

Ah yes, I was just under the impression RL doesn't allow their authorized resellers to post pictures/listings up on ebay.

Nice selection they have BTW.

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Originally Posted by hoit1981 View Post

Yeah they're great huh. Awesome photos. I think they're a brick&mortar somewhere in London Town. I guess the RL lawyering machine just hasn't caught up with them yet...

Another ebay seller who I think is also a BM stockist is browniebits. I believe it's the same as Philipbrowne Menswear, who, by the way, has some good deals on ebay.

I just assumed that both they and Malford were maybe discontinuing their RRL presence, getting rid of remaining stock, and therefore no longer cared about following RRL's stipulations. It's not like Malford is being very inconspicuous about it.
post #14259 of 21997
Malford service is great, been meaning to pm him for SF discount on some of that RRL
post #14260 of 21997
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Originally Posted by clee1982 View Post


hum, I would still prefer the waist to fit (so size down 2), if I am not tucking in then I don't bother with belts. I actually wanted to buy slim fit for the longest time, until I tried it in RRL store that is. It took me "considerable effort to pass the calf, then about 15 minutes to take it off, again the SA was asking if I need any help for like three times.

Bro, you're doing it wrong.

post #14261 of 21997
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Originally Posted by dusttruffle View Post

 

online only as far as i could tell.  was looking for an address.

 

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Originally Posted by somatoform View Post



Another ebay seller who I think is also a BM stockist is browniebits. I believe it's the same as Philipbrowne Menswear, who, by the way, has some good deals on ebay.

I just assumed that both they and Malford were maybe discontinuing their RRL presence, getting rid of remaining stock, and therefore no longer cared about following RRL's stipulations. It's not like Malford is being very inconspicuous about it.

 

 

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Originally Posted by dusttruffle View Post

 

online only as far as i could tell.  was looking for an address.

 

 

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Originally Posted by hoit1981 View Post


Yeah they're great huh. Awesome photos. I think they're a brick&mortar somewhere in London Town. I guess the RL lawyering machine just hasn't caught up with them yet...

 

Malford are an online store only selling old stock or deadstock graments. They seem to have access to samples sales and VIP sales at a number of brands and then they list it at marked up prices on the web (its still cheaper than full price). He's not an official RRL stockist.

post #14262 of 21997
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Originally Posted by Baldomero View Post

Bro, you're doing it wrong.

I tried larger size as well (i.e. normal tagged size so 30), the waist is too big, thigh is slightly better, only marginally though, so in the end of day I call it a quit on slim fit...
post #14263 of 21997
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Originally Posted by clee1982 View Post

I tried larger size as well (i.e. normal tagged size so 30), the waist is too big, thigh is slightly better, only marginally though, so in the end of day I call it a quit on slim fit...

Each to their own eh. For some reason I find tts slim-fits an excellent fit.
post #14264 of 21997
The top block on the slim fit is monstrous and is meant to sit pretty low on the waist of someone that has enough ass to hold them up. This jean is definitely not for the flat-of-ass. When I tried my actual size on, I was getting a couple of inches of fabric bunched up in my belt in the back, though the jean looked great in the thigh and calf. Upon sizing down one, it fit much better in the top block on the frontside and hips. I can still fit a fist down the backside when wearing them closer to the natural waist, but it doesn't look like a diaper the way true-to-size did on me. The thighs are SuFu tight, though I suppose that will lead to the dramatic fades we all crave--they've already lost indigo in the creases with around a week of wear.

I'd compare the Slim Fit to that of the N&F Weird Guy, with a slightly larger top block and less stretch overall. I am ~172lbs, 6'0", and went with the 31x32. As for the Black Slim Fits, the 32x32 are perfect for me. Hope this helps someone out there.
post #14265 of 21997
I do have an ass.
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