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post #15571 of 20091

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Ralph-Lauren-Double-RR-label-msrp-600-/141022184445?pt=US_CSA_MC_Outerwear&hash=item20d593c3fd&nma=true&si=CG6ouxsuj9nru5Z5by4LRxopHrE%253D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2557

 

Guy is an idiot. I can't believe people out there write DOUBLE RR Label instead of RRL...These are the same types of idiots who argue with me that RRL means Rodeo Ralph Lauren or that all of RRL is only "used found vintage clothing" and anything I sell RRL made in China is a knock off.

 

They don't even know what brand they're wearing and refuse to do any damn research on their own.

 

This is why the item fetched only $6 bucks..

post #15572 of 20091

LOl watch him cancel and refuse to sell it for $6.00
 

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Originally Posted by gnatty8 View Post

RRL slims and Murdock boot:


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This looks awesome. Wish I could find a pair of slim black leather boots (rockabilly steez).

post #15574 of 20091
Has anybody got any tips, or better yet, measurements (for a size 34) if the different styles from RRL? I have two pairs of the slim fit and they are both a lot different (one is a pair of rigid from ~2 years ago and the others are some washed slim fits from this spring.
Basically I'm just wondering if any of the other fits are bigger in the thighs?
post #15575 of 20091
Try low straights.
post #15576 of 20091

I have 2 pairs of slim fit and one pair of slim bootcut all are in different washes and all are 33 waist. I have noticed that the slim bootcut are noticeably tighter in the thighs. Is this the norm concerning Bootcut compared to slim fit or is just these particular washes.

post #15577 of 20091
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Originally Posted by boxdok View Post

I have 2 pairs of slim fit and one pair of slim bootcut all are in different washes and all are 33 waist. I have noticed that the slim bootcut are noticeably tighter in the thighs. Is this the norm concerning Bootcut compared to slim fit or is just these particular washes.

The opposite is true for my Slim boots compared to my Slims. The bootcuts wash one have more thigh room. Although theyre at the tailor right now getting their bootcutness eliminated.

Remember every pair of these jeans is going to measure slightly different from one another so standards arent going to hold true to every pair. I have two pairs of Rigid Straights right now both with a 32 inseam, one measures 31.5 and the other 33. Waist measurements on the same sizes are off up to a half inch sometimes from each other
post #15578 of 20091

Anyone taking advantage of the online RRL sale?  extra 40% off, seems like decent prices on great basics.

anyone have thoughts about the sale and if it's much better than eBay or other sources?

post #15579 of 20091
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Originally Posted by Dave_SFU View Post

The opposite is true for my Slim boots compared to my Slims. The bootcuts wash one have more thigh room. Although theyre at the tailor right now getting their bootcutness eliminated.

Remember every pair of these jeans is going to measure slightly different from one another so standards arent going to hold true to every pair. I have two pairs of Rigid Straights right now both with a 32 inseam, one measures 31.5 and the other 33. Waist measurements on the same sizes are off up to a half inch sometimes from each other

There's no goddamn rhyme or reason to the sizing differences with RRL jeans. Think about all the variables - the washes, the finishes, the different denims, the different factories they might be made at, etc etc to ad nauseum. Basically you need to either try the jeans on or know your own waist and legs well enough to know the exact measurements you need for the fit you want.

I'm sympathetic to everyone buying off ebay but sometimes you win and sometimes you lose. This forum is mad boring seeing all these posts about "gosh, can you complete strangers tell me exactly what fit and cut I need?" No man, we can't. Sorry.

Now that I've gotten that off my chest, are slim rigid and slim rinsed actually cut to different size patterns from each other??
post #15580 of 20091
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Originally Posted by RRLifer View Post

Anyone taking advantage of the online RRL sale?  extra 40% off, seems like decent prices on great basics.
anyone have thoughts about the sale and if it's much better than eBay or other sources?

Go to store or contact Dastig here, it's cheaper than online
post #15581 of 20091
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Originally Posted by subdivide View Post

There's no goddamn rhyme or reason to the sizing differences with RRL jeans. Think about all the variables - the washes, the finishes, the different denims, the different factories they might be made at, etc etc to ad nauseum. Basically you need to either try the jeans on or know your own waist and legs well enough to know the exact measurements you need for the fit you want.

I'm sympathetic to everyone buying off ebay but sometimes you win and sometimes you lose. This forum is mad boring seeing all these posts about "gosh, can you complete strangers tell me exactly what fit and cut I need?" No man, we can't. Sorry.

Now that I've gotten that off my chest, are slim rigid and slim rinsed actually cut to different size patterns from each other??

My understanding was that for the rinsed, they just took the rigid and washed it.
post #15582 of 20091
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Originally Posted by subdivide View Post

There's no goddamn rhyme or reason to the sizing differences with RRL jeans. Think about all the variables - the washes, the finishes, the different denims, the different factories they might be made at, etc etc to ad nauseum. Basically you need to either try the jeans on or know your own waist and legs well enough to know the exact measurements you need for the fit you want.


Measure a pair of jeans that fit you well, compare measurements and problem solved. Not that hard to do
post #15583 of 20091
Right, but finding the measurements are near impossible. The fit guide on RRL is pretty much pointless (doesn't tell you what size it's based off, only gives you hen and rise numbers), calling RL they don't know anything about RRL, looking at other pairs only tells you what that particular pair measures, not what another wash or past season is.
The fact that there is no just straight up measurement table is insanely frustrating.
post #15584 of 20091
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post


Go to store or contact Dastig here, it's cheaper than online

Thanks for the advice!

post #15585 of 20091
If you need sizing advice I would have thought calling a store (rather than asking strangers on a forum repeatedly), would be a more sensible option.
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