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post #14401 of 20947
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Originally Posted by stu00a View Post


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.


Cool, so I guess I got some of their sample stuff. Denim-tech is owned by     http://www.howa-net.co.jp/en/     who make equally awesome stuff in Japan.

 

http://www.howa-net.co.jp/en/product/index.html

post #14402 of 20947
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Originally Posted by RRL CLOTHING View Post


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.

+1000. These are the biggest problems with selling on eBay...

1. You can end up dealing with idiots who have absolutely no knowledge of what they're buying.
2: eBay themselves are complete wankers.
post #14403 of 20947
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Originally Posted by RRL CLOTHING View Post

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Cool, so I guess I got some of their sample stuff. Denim-tech is owned by     http://www.howa-net.co.jp/en/     who make equally awesome stuff in Japan.

http://www.howa-net.co.jp/en/product/index.html

Why don't you post some pics, and maybe sell some stuff to us, homey?
post #14404 of 20947
Say what, homey
post #14405 of 20947
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

Say what, homey

You heard, homey.
post #14406 of 20947
RRL you did get a sample by mistake. On a different note the Factory that currently makes the jeans mention above is not the factory the linked in guy is working for. The only reason I know this is because I use the same factory the the jeans mentioned above use.
RRL is not made in that factory anymore and the owners of the company are not happy about it at all.
RKD thought it might be useful for me to check this thread but I already do business with the factory. I can assure you that the jeans are made 100% top notch.
Howa has some sick ass wash technologies if you are into washed jeans ( I am).

Best,
Mauro
post #14407 of 20947
"Don't insult yourself. I will ship the pants back to the address you shipped them from, thanks.
On another note:
Making ignorant comments speaks very highly of your intelligence level.
You seem to not have grasped the concept of cleanliness. New means clean as well as being never worn or used. Once you try the pants on then they become used. Just like buying a new car, once you drive it off the lot it becomes a used car. Rubbing the pants on the ground making them dirty does not help your selling point of the item. (Ralph Lauren sells itself). Next time try keeping the merchandise stored in clean dry place therefore you would not have to go though issues like this. Furthermore you should try a bit of honesty in your auction by simply stating that the item has dirt marks and dirty scrapes. New with tags is new tags plural meaning more than one. Yours should read more like used with tag. Nevertheless in your feeble childlike mind you most likely do not understand what has happened."

I mean isn't it his fault for not being familiar with the style of the pants?
post #14408 of 20947

What's the guys username, I will add him to my BBL. PM me with it.

 

I hate dickheads like this, but they come with the territory of listing cheap RRL auctions on fleabay. 

 

I have seen many dealerships selling cars with 200-1000 miles as new cars, but I digress.

 

You can try to fight him on it and hope he doesn't open a dispute, but if he does open a dispute, a strike will count against you - and he will issue a neg - and ebay will still issue the money back. It might not be worth it over some pants, especially if you want to keep selling on ebay with a good reputation.

 

I got a message the other day saying "is this item New or Used because I see it's on a mannequin."

 

True story.

post #14409 of 20947
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Originally Posted by jsoo24 View Post

"Don't insult yourself. I will ship the pants back to the address you shipped them from, thanks.
On another note:
Making ignorant comments speaks very highly of your intelligence level.
You seem to not have grasped the concept of cleanliness. New means clean as well as being never worn or used. Once you try the pants on then they become used. Just like buying a new car, once you drive it off the lot it becomes a used car. Rubbing the pants on the ground making them dirty does not help your selling point of the item. (Ralph Lauren sells itself). Next time try keeping the merchandise stored in clean dry place therefore you would not have to go though issues like this. Furthermore you should try a bit of honesty in your auction by simply stating that the item has dirt marks and dirty scrapes. New with tags is new tags plural meaning more than one. Yours should read more like used with tag. Nevertheless in your feeble childlike mind you most likely do not understand what has happened."

I mean isn't it his fault for not being familiar with the style of the pants?

Not your fault, but cut your losses. As RRLClothing said, you can't win. At least you're just out shipping. And in your next listing, put in huge letters that they are distressed.

I wonder, though, what condition the pants will be returned in. Hopefully he hasn't dirtied them.
post #14410 of 20947
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

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.

Dry cleaning will set the color.

That's what RL production recommends.
post #14411 of 20947
Anyone else here own the RRL oilcloth jacket from a couple of seasons ago? Mine is starting to show some interesting patination. I am thinking it may be time for a re-wax. Anyone have any experience with that? I imagine the Barbour isn't dissimilar, but I don't have any experience with that either. Any advice or warnings would be appreciated.
post #14412 of 20947
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Originally Posted by srgprod View Post



Dry cleaning will set the color.

That's what RL production recommends.

Aww, thank you will try that.

Jsoo24, post the link to your auction here. I want to understand what's up with this dude. Now I feel invested after reading all that ish
post #14413 of 20947
Thanks for all the comments guys. I guess I will have to issue him a refund to avoid any problems. Should of added more in the description section. Just don't understand why you would buy a pair of of RRL pants without knowing what they look like.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/271173772950?ssPageName=STRK:MESOX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1559.l2649
post #14414 of 20947
Quote:
Originally Posted by jsoo24 View Post

"Don't insult yourself. I will ship the pants back to the address you shipped them from, thanks.
On another note:
Making ignorant comments speaks very highly of your intelligence level.
You seem to not have grasped the concept of cleanliness. New means clean as well as being never worn or used. Once you try the pants on then they become used. Just like buying a new car, once you drive it off the lot it becomes a used car. Rubbing the pants on the ground making them dirty does not help your selling point of the item. (Ralph Lauren sells itself). Next time try keeping the merchandise stored in clean dry place therefore you would not have to go though issues like this. Furthermore you should try a bit of honesty in your auction by simply stating that the item has dirt marks and dirty scrapes. New with tags is new tags plural meaning more than one. Yours should read more like used with tag. Nevertheless in your feeble childlike mind you most likely do not understand what has happened."

I mean isn't it his fault for not being familiar with the style of the pants?

So by his logic if i go to the store and someone tries on a pair of jeans before me but doesnt buy them, i can get them cheaper for being used? Im gonna try that
post #14415 of 20947
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Originally Posted by kmdsimpson View Post

I don't know whether they were on the website. Seem to come and go in the stores. I don't know when/how they stock them; probably just have to call and see if they have them.

Just went to West Broadway and Bleecker st location today, neither of them have 28 in stock (on the entire NYC for that matter). Guess I will wait, oh and the price has gone up, like 240/250 now?
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