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Has anyone seen these? 16 oz. Japanese selvedge

True indigo = natural indigo?

http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=24312186

Wish these weren't sold out in a 29
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Striped merit shirt ( quality is superb), Hamilton vest, Davidson trousers, paisley tie, boots are oak street bootmakers cap toe trench
post #16188 of 21784
cool feature on RRL in the new 'man of the world' quarterly
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Just picked up a pair of the black slim fit "washed denim." I've heard to size up one from your normal slim fit size for the $350 black on blacks so I did the same here. Anybody had experience with the sizing on these?

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have heard there are RL sales on the horizon, consensus on whether RRL items will be included and at what discount?
post #16191 of 21784
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Originally Posted by RRL CLOTHING View Post
 

 

RRL model on the right visiting Tenue de Nimes

Guy 2nd from left is Casper White - Director of RRL europe.

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Give in Style has started...RRL is excluded.
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Now I'm confused. These slim fit rigids are made in the USA from imported fabric (I'm assuming Japanese). Are RRL continuing the Japanese slims after all? Do I need to stop buying every pair I find in my size on eBay?
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Originally Posted by shadesofbeige View Post
 

Just picked up a pair of the black slim fit "washed denim." I've heard to size up one from your normal slim fit size for the $350 black on blacks so I did the same here. Anybody had experience with the sizing on these?

I went true to size 32x32, and I wish I went bigger, because I'm becoming a, uh, big boy.  Let me know if we can do a swap or something if yours wind up too big and you went with a 33 or something. I haven't worn them more than 3-4 times.

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Guy 2nd from left is Casper White - Director of RRL europe.

his vest is looking painfully too short for him

post #16195 of 21784
Gonz skating in RRL. That's it.


post #16196 of 21784
Purchased the Slim-Fit Slate-Blue's today. I'll post some pics when I get them (hopefully next week). Disappointed that there weren't any Slim-Fit Indigo's left in my size though.
post #16197 of 21784
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Originally Posted by hoit1981 View Post

Now I'm confused. These slim fit rigids are made in the USA from imported fabric (I'm assuming Japanese). Are RRL continuing the Japanese slims after all? Do I need to stop buying every pair I find in my size on eBay?

I saw these a few weeks ago. They restocked, but that doesn't necessarily mean it's new stock, they just have stock piles of old stock they're still putting up online.

post #16198 of 21784
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Originally Posted by RRL CLOTHING View Post

I saw these a few weeks ago. They restocked, but that doesn't necessarily mean it's new stock, they just have stock piles of old stock they're still putting up online.

FWIW, I bought a pair of the low straight dark-wash jeans a week or so ago, on the site it claims "imported fabrics" but the pocket text on the jeans I received says it's made from American fabric.
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It's hard to take any of the online descriptions seriously, there are constant mistakes and they don't seem to care. I've called Ralph Lauren about several things I received with big discrepancies in their description, and nothing changes. Especially pertaining to things said to be " made in the USA " but the actual labels state otherwise.
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Originally Posted by Lord Nick View Post

It's hard to take any of the online descriptions seriously, there are constant mistakes and they don't seem to care. I've called Ralph Lauren about several things I received with big discrepancies in their description, and nothing changes. Especially pertaining to things said to be " made in the USA " but the actual labels state otherwise.

They should make me an 'Assistant E-Commerce Planner', I would love to fix everything and make it accurate apart from the other job duties.
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