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post #18691 of 21571
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Originally Posted by Dave_SFU View Post



To sum it up - SMD

You could have just wrote this instead of everything else lol.
post #18692 of 21571
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Originally Posted by KushDryGoods View Post

Do you guys post regular RL pickups and information here as well or strictly RRL?
I think if it fits the RRL aesthetic. I don't think anyone will care about pony shirts and the like.
post #18693 of 21571
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Originally Posted by captainshields View Post

Just want to chime in to the shit show and give a +1 for Dave_SFU/sixfeetunderrecords.
He gets really cool stuff, is super reasonable with offers, and is just pleasant to work with.

I too want to give Dave_SFU a shout for being open to offers and doing business nice and quickly too. Not sure where all this hate is coming for eBay dudes - just the way it works...
post #18694 of 21571
Thanks for the tip, added to eBay favorite sellers.
post #18695 of 21571
Has anyone seen or tried or or has the new Dupre Sport coat? Curious on your impressions, fit, and look in person vs the photos. thanks
post #18696 of 21571
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Originally Posted by RRL CLOTHING View Post


...And The_Denim_Vault will never sell you anything, because you have been on his blocked/banned list for quite some time. You should definitely stick to the sellers who only offer outlet store pricing, within your meager budget of course.

ETA: Looking over JAMEZSR's items/feedback.. he only bought 1 item from Silvio in the last 12 months and primarily uses ebay to flog his used Forever21 and  C-3PO starwars craps. Big spender!!! How will The_Denim_Vault ever survive without you??? lol8%5B1%5D.gif 
You're really sensitive. Sorry if I hurt your feelings, but I choose to not buy from rude and caustic sellers. That's why I recommended the other ones who I've had good experiences with.
post #18697 of 21571
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Originally Posted by Kensington View Post


You're really sensitive. Sorry if I hurt your feelings, but I choose to not buy from rude and caustic sellers. That's why I recommended the other ones who I've had good experiences with.

 

You're talking shit again? You're free to promote your favorite sellers, but do not ever mention me again, as you have never and will never do business with me so there is no reason to continue discussing this.

 

As Dave so eloquently put it SMD

post #18698 of 21571
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Originally Posted by RRL CLOTHING View Post

You're talking shit again? You're free to promote your favorite sellers, but do not ever mention me again, as you have never and will never do business with me so there is no reason to continue discussing this.

As Dave so eloquently put it SMD
I don't recall talking shit about you. Only that I don't recommend you (The_Denim_Vault) when someone mentioned not including you in my list. I believe it was you who has repeatedly tried to shame me with personal attacks and mentioning items on my shared ebay account that's in my signature. I'm not sure what your issue is with me but it looks like there's nothing I can do at this point.
Edited by Kensington - 2/15/14 at 2:07pm
post #18699 of 21571

Ok

post #18700 of 21571
Not RRL, but has anyone had any luck removing the iron on and/or stitched on patches on Rugby sweaters and how did you do it? There's a cardigan I like but I'm not digging the large crest patch on the chest.
post #18701 of 21571
Stitches shouldn't be an issue. Might have a problem if it's attached with an adhesive.
post #18702 of 21571
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Originally Posted by Froosh View Post

Not RRL, but has anyone had any luck removing the iron on and/or stitched on patches on Rugby sweaters and how did you do it? There's a cardigan I like but I'm not digging the large crest patch on the chest.

I've removed leather elbow patches from a rugby sweater with a seem ripper. Almost no appearance that there was anything there and the patches could still be used on another piece. Just be careful to only cut the threads holding the patch and not the fabric of the sweater.
post #18703 of 21571

Anyone interested? Small - BNWT Indigo Placket sweater. Just shoot me a pm.

Rrl Crewneck Pullover in Blue for Men (Indigo) - Lyst

post #18704 of 21571
Might find that some thin shears could do the trick to take out seams as needed...
post #18705 of 21571
I tried removing a patch from a polo sweatshirt. It was stitched and stuck on with adhesive. It was a royal pita getting all the adhesive off.
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