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post #16801 of 21257
Do the black low straights stretch? I got the same size as I always do but they barely button. Should I just size up or fight through the pain?
post #16802 of 21257
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Originally Posted by stickshift View Post

Eventually sale items will get progressively marked down, up to 70% off or so (depending on the item). This is just the first round of sales.

This also depends big time on what size you need.  I always end up missing items by trying to wait for further markdowns because I need 29s and smalls.

 

I would say very few items actually make it to 70% off on RL's website.

 

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Originally Posted by shadykay sf View Post
 

Looking into the RRL Meyers Leather vs the RL Lambskin A-2 Bomber

 

Can anyone comment on the leather quality on both?

 

And how does RRL fit? Is it slimmer than RL usually is?

 

Thanks!

Generally, yes it fits slimmer.

 

Some of those repro leathers fit more old-school though.  The black leather Cafe Racer mentioned above for example fit me pretty boxy in my usual size small.

post #16803 of 21257

Anybody have the slim-fit olive faded olives or the v-neck black indigo cardigan?

 

Thinking about pulling the trigger on those, would love to get some feedback if available.

 

 

post #16804 of 21257
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Originally Posted by Alcibiades View Post

Anyone purchase the faded merino wool cardigan?

Trying to decide whether to pull the trigger on the navy version of the sale piece or buy one of these (which don't appear to be on sale):

http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=24312406&cp=11588650.12138270&ab=ln_men_cs2_sweaters&view=99&parentPage=family

(black version)
http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=24312546&cp=11588650.12138270&ab=ln_men_cs2_sweaters&view=99&parentPage=family

 

The Shaker in black is the way to go IMO.  

post #16805 of 21257
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Originally Posted by RRL CLOTHING View Post
 

Found these on clearance for $15. Very impressed with it.

 

 

Where?

On the site theyre $70 on sale.

I'd love one in a small at $15...


Edited by captainshields - 10/30/13 at 6:11pm
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Thanks for the suggestions on the sale strategy everyone.  Wound up picking up the Dixon Jacket in Large along with a  pair of the Yuma buckle-backs in 32X34.  They were the last ones so I figured I'd pounce on the things I liked for which there appeared limited quantity, and anything else I'm good with a wait-and-see approach.

 

 


Edited by DJ Quaaludes - 10/30/13 at 6:47pm
post #16807 of 21257
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Originally Posted by RRL CLOTHING View Post
 

Found these on clearance for $15. Very impressed with it.

 

 

But where?

post #16808 of 21257

Loving these right now but also was expecting them to be a bit more loose in the thigh area.  Either way they are staying with me,

 

Got the last pair in a tagged 34 waist & measures 36 exactly

 

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post #16809 of 21257
looks good man. recently picked up the 9.23oz officer chino off ebay and the thighs are fairly tight as well - should loosen up. and the gianni boot:

post #16810 of 21257
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

looks good man. recently picked up the 9.23oz officer chino off ebay and the thighs are fairly tight as well - should loosen up. and the gianni boot:


Looking good Namor, love the trouser boot combo! Have they reduced the weight to 9oz now? looks like these are getting lighter by the year!
post #16811 of 21257
thanks farhad. the 9.23oz (red selvedge, slightly darker) is from a couple seasons ago, found on ebay. current chino available online is 10.5oz (selvedge, no line) and is significantly stiffer and feels course to the touch. wore the 9.23oz for a couple hours and theyve already loosened up comfortably. the 10.5 will need a couple days more
post #16812 of 21257
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

looks good man. recently picked up the 9.23oz officer chino off ebay and the thighs are fairly tight as well - should loosen up. and the gianni boot:


Nice! How's your other pair looking from that old contest? Would love to see how those are looking now as well.

I think I've washed mine once lol literally have been treating my officer chinos like a pair of raw denim lol
post #16813 of 21257
so I ordered like 15x pairs of RRL chinos in different cuts and sizes during this sale.

Conclusion: fabric on the slim chinos right now is pretty shitty. stretches a TON, like the selvedge chinos really. which is crazy. much prefer the regular officer chino with a taper below the knee.
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Thoughts on the PRL Newent Burnished Leather Boot?
post #16815 of 21257
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Originally Posted by JilSlander View Post

Thoughts on the PRL Newent Burnished Leather Boot?

Crap.
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