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post #16306 of 20082
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Originally Posted by junwen92 View Post

Anyone know how these fit?

http://www.ebay.com.sg/itm/rrl-doubel-rl-blue-NEW-men-slim-fit-Jeans-selvedge-beacon-wash-sz-32-34-/171139387061?pt=US_CSA_MC_Jeans&hash=item27d8b3ceb5#ht_524wt_923

I'm new to RRL, and I'm a size 30 in Dior 19cms. The leg opening seems very wide for slim fit jeans.. I'm not sure what size I should be looking out for in their washed jeans.

Any help would be much appreciated!

Thats because the seller has those listed wrong. Theyre slim bootcut
post #16307 of 20082
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Originally Posted by RRL CLOTHING View Post

It's not discharge printed, though they have one dotted oxford on their site that is discharge printed. This is an actual Dobby, in which the pattern is woven in with tiny white threads. You can see it on the inside of the fabric on the cuff in the picture.

It's not RRL quality.. but it is.. 10x cheaper. Quality is on par with D&S or JCrew. You can't really beat it if you're looking for a cheap blue slim fit workshirt. I wish more brands would get into stuff like this.

Thanks for the intel.

Gonna go pick up a few slims to see if quality is any good.
post #16308 of 20082
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Originally Posted by Kensington View Post

Yall think the polo bear is gonna sell out at full price with all the "lo" heads? I must have it but $300 clams for a cotton sweater is hard to swallow.

all the XLs and XXLs are already sold out online.
post #16309 of 20082

stupid question, but what is the polar bear sweater people are talking about? I don't see it anywhere on the site

post #16310 of 20082
Who's has the slim straights in rigid? And what size did you get versus your actual waist? My actual waist is 32, my once washed and rigid slim fits are 28 and all other rrl pants / denim I have are 30
post #16311 of 20082
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Originally Posted by captainshields View Post
 

stupid question, but what is the polar bear sweater people are talking about? I don't see it anywhere on the site

 

No question is a stupid question....

 

http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=23737696&cp=1760781.1760813&view=99&ab=ln_men_cs1_sweaters&parentPage=family

post #16312 of 20082
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Originally Posted by wornandtorn View Post

Hi,

Does anyone have access to a small Star Iron shirt they would be interested in selling?



Thank you,

Nathan

 

How about a size large? I'm looking for one myself.

post #16313 of 20082
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Originally Posted by deez nuts View Post

all the XLs and XXLs are already sold out online.

XXL was never on the site
post #16314 of 20082
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Originally Posted by Dave_SFU View Post

XXL was never on the site

Neither is XXS
post #16315 of 20082
not sure why they made it in cotton and linen as opposed to a winter version in wool. you'll freeze in that thing
post #16316 of 20082

I owned the original and the contents of the materials were also cotton and linen.  I owned just about all of them at one time,save for the grey cashmere bear.  That was my white buffalo.   

post #16317 of 20082
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Originally Posted by bigdemon View Post

anyone has experience of slim fit black washed jeans? Although website states imported materials, we know RL descriptions... it is Cone or Japan selvage or whatever?

Japanese Denim. In fact, RRL, at least from what I've seen, has only used Cone for Slim-Straights and, though not as recent, the 1936 Bucklebacks - a personal favorite. Admittedly, I could be wrong.

post #16318 of 20082
Why are the black denims so much more rigid, and so much more slim than any other types of RRL jeans? Lol a few friends of mine tried on the low straight black denims and they could barely fit in them.

I have the black slim fit and it legit took me a whole year to break in (inconsistent wear may I add) but it's still more than the normal wear for rigid pants.
post #16319 of 20082
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Originally Posted by Denim View Post

I have the black slim fit and it legit took me a whole year to break in (inconsistent wear may I add) but it's still more than the normal wear for rigid pants.

 

Youre saying that after several months the black slims continued to stretch?  Then there's hope for me... right now I just have to sag a little.

post #16320 of 20082
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Originally Posted by Lord Nick View Post

Who's has the slim straights in rigid? And what size did you get versus your actual waist? My actual waist is 32, my once washed and rigid slim fits are 28 and all other rrl pants / denim I have are 30

 

Hi, I got them in 32 and they fit me very well. Very happy with them. Nice details like raised belt loops. And I also like the Cone denim. It's lighter but that makes them really comfortable. 

I have stronger thighs and they fit well, not too tight, but slimmish. To me quite a perfect cut. 

I have the rigid chinos in 32, too, and the low straights in 33 (32 might have been ok, not sure, they're a bit big in the waist, but thighs are already slim). Hope that helps.

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