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not coming up for me
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Originally Posted by Kensington View Post


The Fall presale just came into effect as I was browsing. The shetland is included. I was tempted to pick one of those up. Is it anything like the J Press Shaggy dog sweater?

 

Online or in store?

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Originally Posted by stu00a View Post

Online or in store?
Online but I just looked at my cart again and now it's gone. Haha, maybe it was a glitch. Sorry if I just got everyones hopes up.
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Originally Posted by Alcibiades View Post

I own a shetland RRL sweater from a few seasons ago. It seems much tighter knit and slimmer fitting than the standard J Press Shaggy Dog (though I am tempted to try out the J Press York Street version of the Shaggy Dog). Extremely warm.
Yeah the fit is awful on the J Press version. I was more curious about the pilling/fuzziness of the knit. Is it the same style?

I didn't realize there was a York street version. It doesn't look very "shaggy" from the pictures.
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Maybe it was a test? I received my invite to the presale today and it says the website won't show sale items till the 24th.
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will somebody post up the presale link when it appears like last year?
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Originally Posted by rrlgambler View Post

Nick how does that sweater fit, I'm thinking of picking one up during the sale.  Thanks

Fits nice, not too snug or too baggy, neck hole is slightly larger like a boat neck, cuffs and bottom are ribbed
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do you guys know if the marlow wingtip will also be included in the sale?
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If you guys had to choose between the RRL officer chino vs Epaulet caramel rivet chinos, which would it be?  What about Epaulet OCBD or the RRL OCBD? I am sooo torn! 

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RRL chinos are nicer. Don't know on the OCBDs, haven't tried either brand...I like Gitman.
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RRL basic shirting is nothing special. Chinos are only better if you get the selvedge officer version. Otherwise, not so much.
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Originally Posted by Lord Nick View Post


Fits nice, not too snug or too baggy, neck hole is slightly larger like a boat neck, cuffs and bottom are ribbed

 

Thanks bod.  

 

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Originally Posted by spacemanvt View Post

will somebody post up the presale link when it appears like last year?

 

+1

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RRL used to make this unbleached natural cotton tee awhile back. Had a nice looking texture to it. Anyone know if they released something similar recently?
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

RRL basic shirting is nothing special. Chinos are only better if you get the selvedge officer version. Otherwise, not so much.
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RRL chinos are nicer. Don't know on the OCBDs, haven't tried either brand...I like Gitman.

 

Thanks guys, this helps. Definitely the officer Chino's then and ill do some research on gitman OCBD's

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Gitman is decent, but their sizing just plain doesn't work for me. I'm squarely between M and L and the jump between sizes is pretty dramatic (relative to other shirting brands I own/have owned - Epaulet/WvG/RRL/Kamakura/Gitman/Wings/EG/BoO/Uniqlo etc.). Also, there's a good amount of variance depending on the season and fabric, which can be annoying. Buy from somewhere you can return the first time around IMO or get good measurements from the seller.
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