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post #14386 of 20052
In regards to the black slim fits, I wear a 29 in the slim and slim boot, but went to a 30 in the blacks (could even button the 29's), and the were still tight as hell in the hips, but figured they would stretch. Well after about 4 months of pain they hadn't stretch hardly at all, in the hips just below the waist band was the worst. So I soaked them thinking it might help, well the came out even tighter, so much so that I couldn't even button the top button anymore. I took my wife's steamer to them and just steamed them like crazy around the waist and hips and would throw them on while still hot, I did this for about 5 days and now they have stretched out very comfortably. Just wanted to trow that out there for any of you guys experiencing the same problem. I not so sure going up 2 sizes from your normal RRL size isn't the worst idea though.
post #14387 of 20052

 

Huh....am I missing something with this? Seems very "Neighborhood Watch"ish to me.

post #14388 of 20052
Quote:
Originally Posted by RobearH View Post

Huh....am I missing something with this? Seems very "Neighborhood Watch"ish to me.

Looks like a very uninspired piece to me. And at $115 they must be taking the piss. Seems like they can put any old bullshit on a t-shirt these days.
post #14389 of 20052
One thing I saw yesterday was a raw selvedge chino - think they were just shy of 11oz. Will definitely have to get a pair although I can't see them on the website at the moment...

Does anyone know if the private sale will be including RRL? At the moment (with the 25% off sale) it seems we're being discriminated against cry.gif
post #14390 of 20052
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Originally Posted by dastig View Post







Some rig shots of the new summer group, Army Surplus. It has been online for around a week now, but it is always good to see real photos.

Thanks,

Robert
Are those from lenox
post #14391 of 20052
Nope. Chicago ^^
post #14392 of 20052
That's BArneys RRL is at a great price
post #14393 of 20052

I thought so myself, I just finished placing this order:

 

 

 

Product Description Quantity Price Total
Product: Brushed Oxford Shirt - WHITE
Barneys Style #: 501382322
Size: Extra Large
 
1 $89.00 $89.00
Product: Five-Pocket Jeans - BLACK
Barneys Style #: 501199138
Size: 38 34
 
1 $169.00 $169.00
Product: Striped Oxford Shirt - BLUE/WHITE STRIPE
Barneys Style #: 501382347
Size: Extra Large
 
1 $89.00 $89.00
Product: Oxford Shirt - BLUE
Barneys Style #: 501382331
Size: Extra Large
 
1 $89.00 $89.00
Product: Hooded Pullover Sweater - BLUE
Barneys Style #: 502086517
Size: Extra Large
 
1 $159.00 $159.00
 
YOUR ORDER BALANCE:
Merchandise Total: $595.00
Shipping Total: $0.00
Sales Tax Total: $0.00
Order Total: $595.00
 
post #14394 of 20052

I recently received a box of RRL jeans that have a weird tag stitched onto the waistband that says "Golden Win USA" on the top and style information/date hand written on it.

 

http://www.talausa.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=204&Itemid=68

 

Maybe they are samples? Is this the company that cuts and sews RRL jeans in the USA? They are Japanese owned, so it makes sense all the textiles they are are Japanese and constructed in the USA.

 

Anyone can elaborate?

post #14395 of 20052
I sold a pair of vintage chinos on ebay and the buyer sent me this message:
"No actually everything is not alright. The pants seem dirty along all of the seams, sides, as if they have been left in a dusty room. I would never buy/ sell an item in that type of condition. I want a full refund."

Am i obligated to issue a refund even though the vintage chinos were designed to have "vintage, worn-in" look? My pictures clearly showed this also.

Thanks in advance.
post #14396 of 20052
I've been wearing the charcoal selvage chinos about 3-4 times a week since I bought them 3 months ago. They are beginning to fade nicely however I don't want them to fade this fast. I kind of wish the color held up longer.
post #14397 of 20052
Nice haul, RRL gambler. I want to kop the slim fits but I've got too much denim as it is. Tisk
post #14398 of 20052
Quote:
Originally Posted by rrlgambler View Post

I thought so myself, I just finished placing this order:



























































Product Description Quantity Price Total


Product: Brushed Oxford Shirt - WHITE

Barneys Style #: 501382322

Size: Extra Large

 


1 $89.00 $89.00


Product: Five-Pocket Jeans - BLACK

Barneys Style #: 501199138

Size: 38 34

 


1 $169.00 $169.00


Product: Striped Oxford Shirt - BLUE/WHITE STRIPE

Barneys Style #: 501382347

Size: Extra Large

 


1 $89.00 $89.00


Product: Oxford Shirt - BLUE

Barneys Style #: 501382331

Size: Extra Large

 


1 $89.00 $89.00


Product: Hooded Pullover Sweater - BLUE

Barneys Style #: 502086517

Size: Extra Large

 


1 $159.00 $159.00
 

YOUR ORDER BALANCE:
Merchandise Total: $595.00
Shipping Total: $0.00
Sales Tax Total: $0.00
Order Total: $595.00

 
post #14399 of 20052
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Originally Posted by Trimalchio View Post

As of very recently, all of their denim is made at denim tech in LA. I don't know if that changed with the Cone denim sourcing but I don't see why it would. 

http://www.talausa.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=204&Itemid=68

Notice the guy's email is at denim-tech.com
If you search his email on google, it shows that it's the same guy who operates denim-tech.

And if you search more further about denim-tech, I got this link

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/jebb-anfield/35/862/716

It says "I am the Director of Product Development for Denim-tech. I do wash design/developmetn for brands such as Rag&Bone, RRL, Simon Miller, Elizabeth&James, Edwin Japan, and Ron Herman just to name a few. I am also responsible for tranfering all development over to production and trouble shooting any production issues."

So the answer is that the denim-tech do make jeans here in LA.
post #14400 of 20052
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Originally Posted by jsoo24 View Post

I sold a pair of vintage chinos on ebay and the buyer sent me this message:
"No actually everything is not alright. The pants seem dirty along all of the seams, sides, as if they have been left in a dusty room. I would never buy/ sell an item in that type of condition. I want a full refund."

Am i obligated to issue a refund even though the vintage chinos were designed to have "vintage, worn-in" look? My pictures clearly showed this also.

Thanks in advance.


Yep, if he opens a dispute he will win regardless, and you risk getting a neg fb. This guy is clearly upset you have to do what he says or he will make things worse..trust me.

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