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Originally Posted by harveyrabbit View Post

Anyone pick up the Roebuck? Opinions welcome.

 

I Was thinking on getting those but the pictures I received from the SA didn't make me want to get them. 

 

But here they are. 

 

 

 

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Can anybody comment on the Straight Chalk Dust Please. 

 

I am in Las Vegas and can't make a trip to any RRL store, I just don't want to wait until the next sale and be disappointed. Thank you.

Just the pictures differ a lot from the website. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Does anybody know which ones this are? 

 

 

They Look like the Chalk Dust on the website but not the pictures from the SA. 

Drake on the Right

 

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Do indigo dyed garments bleed a lot? I ordered the star iron ore shirt and was wondering if it requires any kind of special care? I already own a Gitman Vintage shirt with a star pattern but I want to see the iron ore shirt in person since it's gotten so much praise on here. I also like the pocket watch pocket/slit.

post #14630 of 21790
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Originally Posted by jamezism View Post

Do indigo dyed garments bleed a lot? I ordered the star iron ore shirt and was wondering if it requires any kind of special care? I already own a Gitman Vintage shirt with a star pattern but I want to see the iron ore shirt in person since it's gotten so much praise on here. I also like the pocket watch pocket/slit.


I think - and that is also my experience with the two indigo RRL shirts I own- that most of the RRL indigo items/shirts have been rinsed and thus don't bleed.

post #14631 of 21790
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Originally Posted by Ruggedman View Post

I own a pair of low straight sz 36x32. I wanna try getting a slim fit. Should I size up to a 38? If anyone can help,thx in advance.

I wear a low straight 31x32 and I am 32x32 on slim fits. 31 was too tight for me on the thighs.
post #14632 of 21790
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Originally Posted by jamezism View Post

Do indigo dyed garments bleed a lot? I ordered the star iron ore shirt and was wondering if it requires any kind of special care? I already own a Gitman Vintage shirt with a star pattern but I want to see the iron ore shirt in person since it's gotten so much praise on here. I also like the pocket watch pocket/slit.

I've got the polka dot version from last season and I didn't notice anything but I did wash it separately for the first couple of washes to be sure.
post #14633 of 21790
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Originally Posted by jamezism View Post

Do indigo dyed garments bleed a lot? I ordered the star iron ore shirt and was wondering if it requires any kind of special care? I already own a Gitman Vintage shirt with a star pattern but I want to see the iron ore shirt in person since it's gotten so much praise on here. I also like the pocket watch pocket/slit.

The indigo woven items such as henleys, waffle weaves, cotton sweaters, etc may bleed a small amount. The tighter woven fabrics don't. The fabrics are pre washed and set. If you're worrying, just dry clean once. That helps set the dyes.
post #14634 of 21790
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Originally Posted by gumercindo View Post

I wear a low straight 31x32 and I am 32x32 on slim fits. 31 was too tight for me on the thighs.
Thx for the advice!
Edited by Ruggedman - 4/27/13 at 8:04pm
post #14635 of 21790
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Originally Posted by srgprod View Post


The indigo woven items such as henleys, waffle weaves, cotton sweaters, etc may bleed a small amount. The tighter woven fabrics don't. The fabrics are pre washed and set. If you're worrying, just dry clean once. That helps set the dyes.

Do you mean indigo knits bleed, and woven indigo items don't as much, besides denim I'm assuming.

post #14636 of 21790
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Originally Posted by Joserosalesz View Post

I did not size up, I am also used to the low-straights. Currently waiting for the ones I just ordered to arrive, will definitely let you know when i get them. 
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Thx,we'll appreciated.
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Anyone tried on the Norfolk Sneaker? A bit steep at $185 (for a canvas shoe) but might be interested during sale-time...

post #14639 of 21790
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Originally Posted by hoit1981 View Post

Anyone tried on the Norfolk Sneaker? A bit steep at $185 (for a canvas shoe) but might be interested during sale-time...


Very light shoe, inspired by military physical training shoes.

I bought the selvedge denim espadrilles, amazing shoe!
post #14640 of 21790
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Originally Posted by hoit1981 View Post

Anyone tried on the Norfolk Sneaker? A bit steep at $185 (for a canvas shoe) but might be interested during sale-time...


Seem cool but ridiculous at that price.. I understand the price since RRL has to maintain an image but like you said, sale time might peak more interest
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