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I don't want to get into the country of origin argument, but I had a simple question for someone who is a fan of both Engineered Garments and RRL. How is the quality of RRL work shirts (ie: http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=17470616&cp=11588650.12337574&ab=ln_men_cs2_sale&view=99&parentPage=family) compared to the Engineered Garments workshirt? I love some of the details of the RRL ones, but figured I'd ask anyone who has first hand experience with both of them.
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Wow, so much anger.

 

I bow to your superior knowledge (on outlet stores and ebay).worship2.gif

 

I shall retire and cry into my indigo stained underwear.

 

That's why you pester me for discounts and buy all your RRL off ebay? Last time I checked your idol malfordoflondon is an outlet store, ebay reseller, and he's RICH.

 

Go wash your 3 year old pair of shit stained RRL jeans, you chav. 

 

Maybe your friends over at Pacific Blue can teach you how to maintain raw denim lol8[1].gif

post #14988 of 23437
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Originally Posted by RRL CLOTHING View Post

That's why you pester me for discounts and buy all your RRL off ebay? Last time I checked your idol malfordoflondon is an outlet store, ebay reseller, and he's RICH.

Go wash your 3 year old pair of shit stained RRL jeans, you chav. 

Maybe your friends over at Pacific Blue can teach you how to maintain raw denim lol8%5B1%5D.gif

Please take this private. Its getting disgusting.
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Please take this private. Its getting disgusting.

Apologies for provoking the beast.

post #14990 of 23437

 To try and return the thread back to the brand.

 

I've just picked up the Jayhawk Backpack from the Paris store. Its beautiful.

 

 

post #14991 of 23437
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Originally Posted by lawlercon View Post

I don't want to get into the country of origin argument, but I had a simple question for someone who is a fan of both Engineered Garments and RRL. How is the quality of RRL work shirts (ie: http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=17470616&cp=11588650.12337574&ab=ln_men_cs2_sale&view=99&parentPage=family) compared to the Engineered Garments workshirt? I love some of the details of the RRL ones, but figured I'd ask anyone who has first hand experience with both of them.

RRL work shirts' quality are a bit all over the place. Their beefy woven flannels are on par or just a notch down from EG, but some of their other flannels are more jcrew level.

I haven't seen that shirt in person but the one - off design shirts like that (big bear etc) are damn nice and well made.
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Originally Posted by silverwarebandit View Post

RRL work shirts' quality are a bit all over the place. Their beefy woven flannels are on par or just a notch down from EG, but some of their other flannels are more jcrew level.

I haven't seen that shirt in person but the one - off design shirts like that (big bear etc) are damn nice and well made.

Thanks. Are they made in China still, or is it Japan for some of the shirting?
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Thanks. Are they made in China still, or is it Japan for some of the shirting?

Almost all china or similar I think.
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Yeah 95% China I think. I really dig a lot of the flannel designs and fabric, but find that the sizing can be so all over the place. A lot of the time I find the shirts are just too long to wear un-tucked. I think I may have to go to a tailor and get a few of them shortened. Generally the construction is pretty solid and better than the flimsy things you get at J Crew.
post #14995 of 23437
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Yeah 95% China I think. I really dig a lot of the flannel designs and fabric, but find that the sizing can be so all over the place. A lot of the time I find the shirts are just too long to wear un-tucked. I think I may have to go to a tailor and get a few of them shortened. Generally the construction is pretty solid and better than the flimsy things you get at J Crew.

Ive started to have the shirts shortened too. I picked up a western from this past winter and it was 3 or 4 inches longer than any other RRL western i own
post #14996 of 23437
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Originally Posted by lawlercon View Post

I don't want to get into the country of origin argument, but I had a simple question for someone who is a fan of both Engineered Garments and RRL. How is the quality of RRL work shirts (ie: http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=17470616&cp=11588650.12337574&ab=ln_men_cs2_sale&view=99&parentPage=family) compared to the Engineered Garments workshirt? I love some of the details of the RRL ones, but figured I'd ask anyone who has first hand experience with both of them.

FYI that linked shirt is not selvedge, despite what the website says.
post #14997 of 23437
Just bought the slim-fit roper - last ones in my size on the site. Cannot wait to get these things! I'll post some pics when I do.
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RRL A2 JACKET 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #14999 of 23437
Was in the hamptons this past weekend and brought back a pair of white slim fit denims! Wore them to the beach today, can't wait to get these bad boys rolling
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