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post #17011 of 21462

Sorry, another stupid question guys.

On the inside of the back pockets of the slims I just bought there is like paper/felt material (you can easily rip it) in between where the stitches are (they fit perfectly between the stitch design). Some of it has fallen out, some is still there. What is this for? Is it supposed to be taken out?

 

Just curious.

First pic is looking inside the pocket. Second is just a pic of what the pieces I pulled out look like.

 

Thanks!

 

 


Edited by captainshields - 11/17/13 at 1:26pm
post #17012 of 21462

Never saw that before, Its production related I would believe. Are these new season ?

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Originally Posted by Mon Dieu View Post
 

Never saw that before, Its production related I would believe. Are these new season ?

 

I don't think so. I bought them from an rrl reseller online. I'm guessing they are at least a season old.

 

They are my first pair of new rrl slims so I wasn't sure if this was something that was normal.

 

Should I just throw out the paper/felt stuff?

 

Here's a couple pics. If someone knew what season these were that would be cool too!

You can see the "twisted inseam" that is only on one leg here both in the front and back. I still think it's odd that's only on one leg.

 

 

post #17014 of 21462

Yep....

post #17015 of 21462
It's called interfacing or something like that.
It's some fusible stuff to give the fabric stiffness when they do the decorative stitching.
post #17016 of 21462
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It's called interfacing or something like that.
It's some fusible stuff to give the fabric stiffness when they do the decorative stitching.

 

Thanks for the info!  weird...haha

 

So do other people have the twisted inseam on just one leg like these have? I've never seen it before. Sorry to keep bringing it up. These are the most expensive jeans I've bought and I just want to make sure the twisted inseam only being on one leg is normal or OK.

 

Thanks guys!
 

post #17017 of 21462
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Thanks for the info!  weird...haha

So do other people have the twisted inseam on just one leg like these have? I've never seen it before. Sorry to keep bringing it up. These are the most expensive jeans I've bought and I just want to make sure the twisted inseam only being on one leg is normal or OK.

Thanks guys!

 
Here is a picture of my slim fits that I've never washed. The right leg is much more skewed than the left. Please stop asking the same question over and over. Your jeans are fine.
post #17018 of 21462
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Here is a picture of my slim fits that I've never washed. The right leg is much more skewed than the left. Please stop asking the same question over and over. Your jeans are fine.
 

 

Thanks. Sorry for being annoying.

post #17019 of 21462

The reason they twist in one direction is because of the direction of the twill.

 

If you get Broken Twill jeans, it should eliminate the problem.. I think.

 

I've seen the paper inserts before on some jeans I've sold, they're supposed to remove it but sometimes forget. It has something to do with the embroidery machine.

post #17020 of 21462
Hi guys, would appreciate if anyone could tell me if a RRL XS shirt is equivalent to a custom fit PRL S? I can't seem to find a size guide for the XS anywhere. Thanks.
post #17021 of 21462
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Originally Posted by RRL CLOTHING View Post
 

The reason they twist in one direction is because of the direction of the twill.

 

If you get Broken Twill jeans, it should eliminate the problem.. I think.

 

I've seen the paper inserts before on some jeans I've sold, they're supposed to remove it but sometimes forget. It has something to do with the embroidery machine.

 

Thanks!!

post #17022 of 21462
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Hi guys, would appreciate if anyone could tell me if a RRL XS shirt is equivalent to a custom fit PRL S? I can't seem to find a size guide for the XS anywhere. Thanks.

it's close, but it's hit or miss, and tends to be smaller.
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it's close, but it's hit or miss, and tends to be smaller.


Thanks Saturdays.  How small when you say smaller?

post #17024 of 21462
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Thanks Saturdays.  How small when you say smaller?

It really depends on the kind of shirt, some are designed to be longer, some are designed to leave some room in the chest - at least that's what it seemed like to me whenever I tried any on. Frankly, it's better to say that you can expect XS in RRL to be ~18-18.5" chest sizes, 16-17" shoulders, 25-26" sleeves, and 28.5-30" in length. With the Small Custom fit you can get a 18.5-20" chest, 17-17.5" shoulders, 25"-26" sleeves, and 39.5-32" length

It's rarely ever bigger or the same, but if it is, it's usually highly dependent on the style/type of shirt, I've tried on a thicker fabric button down in XS and it felt like a Small in Custom Fit. But at the same time I tried on a western button down in RRL XS that was shorter in length(~1") than other RRL shirts in XS.
post #17025 of 21462

When will new denim drop? I need something new to look forward to... 

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