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post #14341 of 20951
Great shot, Dave. Jacket looks great, annoyed I slept on it.


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Originally Posted by hoit1981 View Post

Giving in style is from April 4 - 10. No mention on RRL on the card. 25% off.

So the GIS won't be this below, right?
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Originally Posted by dastig View Post

To clear up speculation.

Private sale starts april 24th. This is the presale. The sale goes public sometime at the start of may (i forget the exact date).

They are changing the verbage for the sale though. The presale week will be referred as private sale. The public sale a week later is called spring sale. They changed it because they felt the word private didnt mean much anymore, since everyone knew about it.

They also mentioned they will be more strict with the kicker. You must present it at the store or use the code. Also you can only get the kicker during the private (presale week). Dont worry though, if anyone wants anything i can get you the kicker.

No word on what will be included though.

This I'm guessing is the seasonal sale?
post #14342 of 20951
Just curious, what's the difference between Slim-Fit and Slim-Straight

http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=17408786&origkw=slim+straight+rigid+denim&kw=slim+straight+rigid+denim&parentPage=search

http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=11750062&origkw=slim-fit+rigid+denim&kw=slim-fit+rigid+denim&parentPage=search
post #14343 of 20951

Somebody please correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe the slim fit is slim throughout and tapered at the leg opening.  With the slim straight being slim through out, but with slightly wider leg opening starting at the knee on the bottom.

post #14344 of 20951

My understanding was the slim-straight is a higher-rise low-straight. Does the slim-straight have more tapper than that?

post #14345 of 20951
This is correct. Slim st. was a new model introduced this spring. They are essential low sts. with a st leg rise.
post #14346 of 20951
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Originally Posted by dastig View Post

This is correct. Slim st. was a new model introduced this spring. They are essential low sts. with a st leg rise.

Any chance those are going to be available in Japanese denim?

post #14347 of 20951
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Originally Posted by dastig View Post

This is correct. Slim st. was a new model introduced this spring. They are essential low sts. with a st leg rise.

The naming of the jeans is confusing then. I thought the low straights were the straight legs with a low(er) rise. And the slim straights would be the slim fits with less of a taper. Haha.
post #14348 of 20951

Can someone tell me the exact difference between Rinse/One-Wash because after all these years I still don't get it.

 

Used to think Rinse and One/Once-Wash were just interchangeable for the exact same thing - Raw denim put in a machine with water and then baked dry to give it a softer, slightly aged appearance.

post #14349 of 20951
so there are 5 basic fit now?

Straight (higher rise, straight leg)
Low-Straight (low rise, straight leg)
Slim-Straight (low straight with higher rise)
Slim (low straight but more tapered)
Slim boot (Slim but boot cut, or closer to low straight with a bootcut?)
post #14350 of 20951
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Originally Posted by clee1982 View Post

so there are 5 basic fit now?

Straight (higher rise, straight leg)
Low-Straight (low rise, straight leg)
Slim-Straight (low straight with higher rise)
Slim (low straight but more tapered)
Slim boot (Slim but boot cut, or closer to low straight with a bootcut?)

They did away with straight at the beginning of the year
post #14351 of 20951
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Originally Posted by RRL CLOTHING View Post

Can someone tell me the exact difference between Rinse/One-Wash because after all these years I still don't get it.

Used to think Rinse and One/Once-Wash were just interchangeable for the exact same thing - Raw denim put in a machine with water and then baked dry to give it a softer, slightly aged appearance.

One wash are rigid ones literally washed one time and thats it, nothing else done to them.
Rinse ones have the works done to them, mutiple washes, aging, dye, etc
post #14352 of 20951
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Originally Posted by Dave_SFU View Post


They did away with straight at the beginning of the year

They still have Straight Leg - they just discontinued the Rigid one. They still have other washes. 

post #14353 of 20951
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Originally Posted by Dave_SFU View Post


One wash are rigid ones literally washed one time and thats it, nothing else done to them.
Rinse ones have the works done to them, mutiple washes, aging, dye, etc

I believe he's specifically referring to the two almost identical washes available on website right now (which I asked about a few pages back too):

 

http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=11807028&cp=11588650.12138266&ab=ln_men_cs2_denim&parentPage=family

 

and...

 

http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=12399950&cp=11588650.12138266&ab=ln_men_cs2_denim&parentPage=family

 

I'm interested too... 

post #14354 of 20951
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Originally Posted by Trimalchio View Post

I believe he's specifically referring to the two almost identical washes available on website right now (which I asked about a few pages back too):

http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=11807028&cp=11588650.12138266&ab=ln_men_cs2_denim&parentPage=family

and...

http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=12399950&cp=11588650.12138266&ab=ln_men_cs2_denim&parentPage=family

I'm interested too... 

I have low straight rinse from a while ago, it's still "rigid" on first wearing, I don't remember how long it take to break in. It also stretch quite a bit after wearing (not to the point you re-size, just comfortable). I think I asked the same question 2 years ago, but never got an definite answer...
post #14355 of 20951
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Originally Posted by clee1982 View Post


I have low straight rinse from a while ago, it's still "rigid" on first wearing, I don't remember how long it take to break in. It also stretch quite a bit after wearing (not to the point you re-size, just comfortable). I think I asked the same question 2 years ago, but never got an definite answer...

Washed or soaked denim can still be very rigid after doing so, but it's not to the extent of an unwashed pair. The rigid and once-washed denim from RRL are basically the same, but you'll get slightly more contrast in your fades, and different fades with the rigids, since, well, they're slightly more rigid. 

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