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post #15316 of 20868
I wouldn't worry about it. After all, it's not like you're contemplating wearing a hot pink mini skirt or debating between shades of lip gloss. If the jeans fit, wear the fuckers.
post #15317 of 20868
If you are in LA area, check out the Poli outlet in Camarillo, they have a decent stocks of chino pants. Couldn't pick up any because I left my wallet.
post #15318 of 20868
Fucking eBay scum. EBay is a one way street
post #15319 of 20868
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Originally Posted by captainshields View Post

Honestly right now the fit is a lot more important to me. The quality of the RRL mens I have had are amazing, but if they don't fit that doesn't really matter.

If they are pretty cheap is it stupid for me to wear girls jeans? I mean, looking at the pics they look just like guys jeans....I just feel weird about pulling the trigger haha.

Sucks being so freakin skinny

Dont feel weird about it. If they fit then just go for it. Its not like it says "WOMENS JEANS" on the back pocket haha
post #15320 of 20868
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Originally Posted by Kensington View Post

Oh lord, everyone please take warning and block user " hooni76" if your an ebay seller. Sold them an immaculate Black Label henley and they claimed it was damaged. I offered them a full refund if they send it back but they wanted money and to keep the shirt. Now I have negative feedback because Ebay has no seller protection anymore.

Call customer service and ask them remove the negative feedback. Also file a claim for them abusing the feedback system. Ive had customer service remove feedback for the exact same reason before. Even if someones FB is private they can look at things theyve bought and see if its a trend for them. 9 times out of 10 if i call ebay i end up getting what i want
post #15321 of 20868
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Originally Posted by Dave_SFU View Post

Call customer service and ask them remove the negative feedback. Also file a claim for them abusing the feedback system. Ive had customer service remove feedback for the exact same reason before. Even if someones FB is private they can look at things theyve bought and see if its a trend for them. 9 times out of 10 if i call ebay i end up getting what i want
Thanks. After I read your comment I tried a second call but because the feedback comment itself and the messages didn't set off some keywords like "I will leave" "feedback" etc. it doesn't count as feedback extortion. Luckily the second customer service rep said she would forward the info to her supervisor because it was a special case so there's a chance I might get it removed.
post #15322 of 20868
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Originally Posted by stu00a View Post

If you are in LA area, check out the Poli outlet in Camarillo, they have a decent stocks of chino pants. Couldn't pick up any because I left my wallet.

Hi stu00a,

What color chinos did they have in Camarillo?

Thank you,

Nathan
post #15323 of 20868
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Originally Posted by Kensington View Post


Thanks. After I read your comment I tried a second call but because the feedback comment itself and the messages didn't set off some keywords like "I will leave" "feedback" etc. it doesn't count as feedback extortion. Luckily the second customer service rep said she would forward the info to her supervisor because it was a special case so there's a chance I might get it removed.

I've never had fb removed. I've tried, and tried again and the fb comments are completely unjust. One was for customs related. Ebay said they would remove it, but they didn't.

 

It will fall off in a year.

post #15324 of 20868
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Originally Posted by stu00a View Post

If you are in LA area, check out the Poli outlet in Camarillo, they have a decent stocks of chino pants. Couldn't pick up any because I left my wallet.

did you happen to leave it in El Segundo?

LOL........
post #15325 of 20868
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Originally Posted by Viral View Post

did you happen to leave it in El Segundo?

LOL........

Sounds painful for Segundo!
post #15326 of 20868
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Originally Posted by stu00a View Post

If you are in LA area, check out the Poli outlet in Camarillo, they have a decent stocks of chino pants. Couldn't pick up any because I left my wallet.

Hey stu00a,

I just the Camarillo outlet. No chinos. No RRL anything. I spoke with an associate and manager. Both said they haven't had any RRL inventory in a year. (Manager's comment "If we had it, I would have bought it all myself.")
There is also a Barney's outlet in Camarillo. We're you referring to that location instead?

Thank you,

Nathan
post #15327 of 20868
Yeah I went this morning and now no RRL
post #15328 of 20868
That's strange. I was there at about 5pm and there were about 5 pairs on the small rack next to fitting room.

It was black and sizes were 32s and 34s

They were mixed with black wool trousers and there was no 75% off sign.

It's either one of their associate bought em all or pulled it off the floor.
post #15329 of 20868
Nice managerial attitude... "If we had it, I would have bought it all myself" is hardly making me think I want to visit the store.
post #15330 of 20868
Is that manager short guy with the mustache?

I remember he bought like three boxes of RRLs when they got it like a couple years ago. GM let him bought em all.

Anyway, what did everyone pick up from current sale?
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