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Selvedge ones yes, normal ones a little. I'd say 31 probably if you can fit thighs

Thanks again stevent, ordered both the 31 and 32. I didn't even bother removing the 32 from the packaging since the 31 fit perfect, except I might need to take the seat in a pinch.

How should the normal chinos/slim fit chinos be sized compared to the selvedge?
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Originally Posted by Sym View Post

Thanks again stevent, ordered both the 31 and 32. I didn't even bother removing the 32 from the packaging since the 31 fit perfect, except I might need to take the seat in a pinch.

How should the normal chinos/slim fit chinos be sized compared to the selvedge?

I would wait to take seat in as it will stretch out again most likely
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Does anyone know where I can get this shirt in a small? I think it's from two seasons ago.

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how does the straight leg denim fit? too baggy in the leg? ...and how does the slim fit? too low rise? too slim thigh? and is the straight leg fit close to the 501 or is it a bit baggier? 

thanks

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Ascari Bikes / RRL Collab

Helio Ascari and his partner, master frame builder Gary Mathis have teamed w. Ralph Lauren to build a RRL inspired bicycle. Looks amazing, probably weighs 100 lbs.
Edited by srgprod - 7/14/13 at 4:49pm
post #15456 of 20959
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how does the straight leg denim fit? too baggy in the leg? ...and how does the slim fit? too low rise? too slim thigh? and is the straight leg fit close to the 501 or is it a bit baggier? 
thanks
I think they fit great. I've found 501's to be too baggy all over. RRL straight legs are fairly narrow in my opinion. I prefer the slim fits but the straight legs are great too. Slim fits don't have too low of a rise. I actually found the rise better than the J Crew "484" chinos I have which have a ridiculously low rise.
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Does anyone know where I can get a RRL replacement buckle?

Unfortunately RRL online shop doesn't have any.

post #15458 of 20959
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Originally Posted by indigoeagle View Post

Does anyone know where I can get a RRL replacement buckle?
Unfortunately RRL online shop doesn't have any.

You tried calling a store?
post #15459 of 20959
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You tried calling a store?


No, since I've just bought online. But good idea.

post #15460 of 20959
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You tried calling a store?

Get in touch with Hollywood Trading Company in Los Angeles on Beverly Blvd.
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Originally Posted by 00bam View Post

how does the straight leg denim fit? too baggy in the leg? ...and how does the slim fit? too low rise? too slim thigh? and is the straight leg fit close to the 501 or is it a bit baggier? 
thanks

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I think they fit great. I've found 501's to be too baggy all over. RRL straight legs are fairly narrow in my opinion. I prefer the slim fits but the straight legs are great too. Slim fits don't have too low of a rise. I actually found the rise better than the J Crew "484" chinos I have which have a ridiculously low rise.

As previously stated, and unless they've changed sizing, the 501 is significantly smaller than a RRL straight in the same size, in a 36 at least. The 501 has a lower rise, more taper and less thigh room. I need to get a 34 RRL straight, and I'm pretty certain they'll fit no problem. A 34 501, OTOH, would barely get over my ass. I would say that for a RRL straight in the same fit, buy one size down from your 501 size. That should be close enough. Obviously, I can't generalize across all sizes, AND my RRL straight are the old arcuates.
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Preview of Kids RRL. We just got some in our childrens dept. for the fall. Will only be between 2T and 7. They didnt want to do bigger boy sizes because it would be to close to a mens xs and small. These jackets are both made in the usa to the same standards as the mens. Price for these are 250 and 275. We will be getting more later this week.
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Preview of Kids RRL. We just got some in our childrens dept. for the fall. Will only be between 2T and 7. They didnt want to do bigger boy sizes because it would be to close to a mens xs and small. These jackets are both made in the usa to the same standards as the mens. Price for these are 250 and 275. We will be getting more later this week.

Hmmm... Not sure what to think about this tbh.
post #15464 of 20959

With children's Polo it was only a matter of time until they made RRL crap for kids.

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How many versions of the RRL peacoat are there 100% wool, wool/synthetic, and brass button one?

Can anyone comment on the fit?
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