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Originally Posted by stickshift View Post

Seems like final markdowns.....crazy prices though.

 

Crazy good?  Crazy Bad?  Crazy as in all over the place?  I find the prices the best they've been, but if you were able to maximize the value out of the 50/200/500 kicker they ran last week the prices are pretty much comparable (about 2-5% cheaper now) but the selection was better.

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Crazy good. I snagged the french terry henley yesterday, but then they ran out of my size before this final markdown. They didn't have my size during that 50/200/500 kicker, unfortunately.
post #17958 of 20949
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Originally Posted by rrlgambler View Post
 

 

 

Its a very nice and versatile piece with a loose knit to it.  I often wear it under my quilted buffalo western from this season.  

 

 

Any comments on the French Terry Trapper Henley?

post #17959 of 20949
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Originally Posted by stickshift View Post

Crazy good. I snagged the french terry henley yesterday, but then they ran out of my size before this final markdown. They didn't have my size during that 50/200/500 kicker, unfortunately.

 

 

Yeah I noted a couple items I was interested in have come back in my size, though I'm glad I got in on the last sale as nearly everything I got is now gone.  Are these the best the prices will get before say, the outlets?

post #17960 of 20949
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Originally Posted by Unreachable View Post

Odd how they're under "Men's Clothing" shog[1].gif

Thats not my auction but i always list my womens jeans under both men and womens catagories. 9 times out of 10 theyre bought by men in brooklyn or thailand.
post #17961 of 20949
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Originally Posted by Dave_SFU View Post


Thats not my auction but i always list my womens jeans under both men and womens catagories. 9 times out of 10 theyre bought by men in brooklyn or thailand.

 

It's kind of deceiving though.
When I first got into RRL I bought a couple of the skinny fits thinking they were men's....and had to return them. 

There is almost no way a man can get into them with the rise and everything.

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Anybody have the N-5A vest? Any thoughts on it?

 

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Anybody know the wash denims(Slim fit) that was available this season and its style number? I want to call a RL rep and locate a couple for everyday where..

 

I know the Folsom Style No: 15948743. 

 

Thanks!

post #17964 of 20949
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Originally Posted by captainshields View Post

It's kind of deceiving though.

When I first got into RRL I bought a couple of the skinny fits thinking they were men's....and had to return them. 
There is almost no way a man can get into them with the rise and everything.

I don't try to pass them off as mens jeans like some other sellers.
It depends what you are going for. If you want skinny legs with a baggy waist and sag your jeans like Bieber you can probably size up 2 or 3 sizes. You the super low rise, tight package look that mall-metal kids love
post #17965 of 20949
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Originally Posted by Dave_SFU View Post


I don't try to pass them off as mens jeans like some other sellers.
It depends what you are going for. If you want skinny legs with a baggy waist and sag your jeans like Bieber you can probably size up 2 or 3 sizes. You the super low rise, tight package look that mall-metal kids love

 

Haha ya. That's true.

And when I bought them the seller was definitely trying to push them off as men's jeans.

Now I know there isn't a men's skinny cut, but I didn't know then.

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Most skinny cut "mens" jeans are basically women's patterns cut sold as men's jeans anyway.

 

In fact RRLs boyfit and vintage skinny fit looser and have a higher rise than most mens jeans that progressive brands like Nudies make.

 

When I worked for Diesel like 10 years ago half the skinny guys there wore womens cuts instead of Thanaz.

 

Unrelated note I have dealt with some women who buy mens RRL Straight leg jeans because they "like the fit."

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Can someone offer their thoughts on the Burnished Norbeck Boot? Considering picking up a pair to use as winter beaters when going to class in the elements. 

 

Link to boots: http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=23471196&cp=2943767.2018030&ab=ln_nodivision_cs8_shoes&view=99&parentPage=family

 

Also, I've heard good things about their chinos. However, how do the waist sizes run? (I wear 33 in RL jeans) at stores like Banana Republic I typically have to go up 3 to 4 waist sizes in chinos. (32-33 in jeans to 34-36 in chinos) 

post #17968 of 20949
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Originally Posted by RRL CLOTHING View Post
 

Most skinny cut "mens" jeans are basically women's patterns cut sold as men's jeans anyway.

 

In fact RRLs boyfit and vintage skinny fit looser and have a higher rise than most mens jeans that progressive brands like Nudies make.

 

When I worked for Diesel like 10 years ago half the skinny guys there wore womens cuts instead of Thanaz.

 

Unrelated note I have dealt with some women who buy mens RRL Straight leg jeans because they "like the fit."

 

I guess I understand that.

They definitely didn't fit me though! haha

 

There are a couple of the "boy fit" rrl women's jeans that I love the wash on though.

post #17969 of 20949
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Originally Posted by captainshields View Post

I guess I understand that.
They definitely didn't fit me though! haha

There are a couple of the "boy fit" rrl women's jeans that I love the wash on though.

Theres a few womens jeans i love the wash on too. The vintage straight black/brown wash thats in outlets right now is sick and I would rock a pair except for the not enough room for my junk thing.
post #17970 of 20949
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Originally Posted by Dave_SFU View Post


Theres a few womens jeans i love the wash on too. The vintage straight black/brown wash thats in outlets right now is sick and I would rock a pair except for the not enough room for my junk thing.

 

exactly!

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