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Originally Posted by astropiccolo View Post

I would really appreciate if some one could help me with following question. Does the current RRL Slim Fit jeans made from 16oz Cone Mills denim differ from the earlier ones made from Japanese 15.5oz denim in cut, sizing etc.? Any experiences on the matter?

I was able to get a pair of Japanese made denim in size 29 at eBay, but unfortunately I should've gone down for two sizes on those. Have been trying to find a size 28 ever since but seems impossible nowadays. Thanks!

Most people have commented that the quality of the denim isn't as good but I haven't read anything yet about the sizing being different.
post #19307 of 23136
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Originally Posted by DJ Quaaludes View Post



Post a front shot. Top down view does nothing man!
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I thought leather pants were a fashion NEVER. No offense quaaludes
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Not my steez but here u go


post #19310 of 23136
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Originally Posted by Kensington View Post

I thought leather pants were a fashion NEVER. No offense quaaludes

i been thinking of the roper boots lately and how they might actually be pretty cool/look good and work...i could be wrong tho...but maybe im not *shrugs*

post #19311 of 23136
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Originally Posted by Kensington View Post

I thought leather pants were a fashion NEVER. No offense quaaludes

None taken lol. Yeah I tend not to follow stick strictly to rules when it comes to what I wear. What I like I get and wear, for better or for worse.
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Originally Posted by DJ Quaaludes View Post


None taken lol. Yeah I tend not to follow stick strictly to rules when it comes to what I wear. What I like I get and wear, for better or for worse.


Absolutely

post #19313 of 23136

It's weird how nobody wants to be seen in leather jeans but waxed jeans are all the rage. I sold leather RRL jeans that were embellished to a rodeo guy before, said it would help prevent the bull from tearing off his nuts.

 

Function > fashion.

post #19314 of 23136
I know people into leather but it's usually in the S&M scene. All the power to you man.

Edited by Kensington - 3/16/14 at 9:39am
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Wouldn't bikers wear these too? I know I would.
post #19316 of 23136
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Originally Posted by captainshields View Post


Yeah, this type of biker.



Can't imagine many actual bikers buying $1,200 luxury leather slim fit pants from Ralph Lauren.
post #19317 of 23136
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Originally Posted by deez nuts View Post

Not my steez but here u go



Is the RRL version of this shoe any better than Vans or Keds? I've gone through so many pairs of this type of shoe because my wide feet always end up tearing through the side.
post #19318 of 23136
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Originally Posted by Kensington View Post

Is the RRL version of this shoe any better than Vans or Keds? I've gone through so many pairs of this type of shoe because my wide feet always end up tearing through the side.

It's better bc it's RRL lol. That was also my first thought when I saw them, looks like a pair of Keds. The SA said it's selvedge and will change color with wear and sun, something to that extent.
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Originally Posted by Kensington View Post


Yeah, this type of biker.



Can't imagine many actual bikers buying $1,200 luxury leather slim fit pants from Ralph Lauren.

 

I dunno. I know some bikers who have spent a lot more than $1,200 on their leather stuff.

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Originally Posted by Kensington View Post


Is the RRL version of this shoe any better than Vans or Keds? I've gone through so many pairs of this type of shoe because my wide feet always end up tearing through the side.

Same here!

Shoes like this usually last me a couple months tops.

These do look cool though

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