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post #24811 of 27168
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Originally Posted by indigoeagle View Post

It's made from Indigo dyed wool.
I don't think it was ever available through the US site, but in Japan and HongKong.
I recently saw a similar one in a shop in NY, but that was a different fabric, I think.

thanks for the info!
post #24812 of 27168
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Originally Posted by deez nuts View Post


thanks for the info!


Sure.

This guy is wearing the same jacket very well:

 

https://www.instagram.com/p/wkja-5vole/

post #24813 of 27168
^Just a killer spots coat!
post #24814 of 27168
I received the Slim Fit Bayfield wash jeans today. These are a new spring item.

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Killer, killer wash!!! But....

The waist is huge! Tagged 32x32, but the waist measures ~35-36". That's crazy! So frustrating. I have one pair each of low straight and slim fit, both 32x32 and measure about ½” bigger.

I called RL customer assistance and they sent a request to the product specialists to confirm the sizing of the 32s. And they will also obtain measurements on the 30 and 31s. That takes up to 2 business days.

I also called the RRL Bleecker store in NYC. They measured a few pairs. They measured about ½ to 1" bigger than tagged. Mine measured at least 3" bigger. Maybe I got a reject? Anyway, I am definitely going to size down, but not sure 30 or 31?
post #24815 of 27168
Also got a weird sizing issue. I'm a 30 x 32 with all RRL bottoms, so I went to the store today to get the slim narrow Kentucky wash jeans, tryed on a 30 x 32 and the length was way to short. Eventually I bought a 30 x 34, they are a little bit to long so they'll have to be shortend. Anyone else got the same problem? Was the 30 x 32 a factory mistake? The guy in store told me that the length could be different because of the fit, but that sounds a bit odd..
post #24816 of 27168
The Kentucky slim narrow are just sized weird imo. I compared a pair of Kentucky slim narrow to the Watts slim narrow in the same sz and the kentucky were noticeably smaller and shorter.The Kentuck slim narrow are still a great pair of jeans, especially at the current price of 200.
post #24817 of 27168
Also, avoud the Watts slim narrow at all cost. In the description they are desribed as slub japenese selvedge. In reality its a lightweight made in China jeans with a horrible looking unrealistic wash.They look and feel like a black pair of pre distressed Levis you can get at Macys that have an RRL back patch with a 390 price tag.
post #24818 of 27168
Some stuff seems to be back on markdown, at least if you go to the individual product page.

Apropos of nothing, this turned out to be better than I expected: http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=67070326

It's a relatively lightweight fabric with some interesting texture, selvedge on one side of the interior placket along with exposed selvedge gussets, chainstitch runoff, throat latch, and some interesting construction details., The sleeves are nice and long, too, which is nice if you have monkey arms like I do. satisfied.gif
post #24819 of 27168

walds whats the leg opening on those? they look more like slim narrows than slim fits, like kinda more tapered from the knee down

post #24820 of 27168
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Originally Posted by pvoytko View Post

walds whats the leg opening on those? they look more like slim narrows than slim fits, like kinda more tapered from the knee down

15". They are definitely slim fit. I am just puzzled as to why the tagged 32" waist measured so big. I just need to figure this all out so I can order the correct size. It appears that I should size down from my regular 32" slim fit size. Grrr...!!!

I wish RL customer service would do what Nordstrom does. Nordstrom will send you an early exchange item without charging your credit card. You have to send the other item back within 30 days or they will charge you.
post #24821 of 27168

Really liking this LE denim jacket but it has a 21 inch front length on a medium. With me being 6'3 the jacket would end at my rib cage.

post #24822 of 27168
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Originally Posted by notwithit View Post

Some stuff seems to be back on markdown, at least if you go to the individual product page.

Apropos of nothing, this turned out to be better than I expected: http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=67070326

It's a relatively lightweight fabric with some interesting texture, selvedge on one side of the interior placket along with exposed selvedge gussets, chainstitch runoff, throat latch, and some interesting construction details., The sleeves are nice and long, too, which is nice if you have monkey arms like I do. satisfied.gif

I really liked that shirt; however, I found it to run a tad smaller/tighter/slimmer than most of the mediums especially around he shoulder/arm sockets making it a no go for me.

I see they have a new hemp chambray with one pocket and am hoping it will fit better.
post #24823 of 27168


One of my favorite shirts in a while that I grabbed from the SH sale. Indigo dyed plaid work shirt with chain stitch run off paired with my webbed camo belt and khaki rigid officer Chinos
post #24824 of 27168
Hows the T-shirts fitting now a days? still terrible?
post #24825 of 27168

It depends. I tried this one and liked it- good fit through the body, no stupid sleeve flare, but a little too short in the sleeves:

 

http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=65354516&cp=2943767.55867066&fd=up+to+%24100.00&ab=ln_nodivision_cs_rrl&ff=StorePrice&fv=00000000~-~00010000&s=D-DollarRank&fg=Price&parentPage=family

 

But yeah, I've tried some from past seasons that are so boxy with giant sleeves. Always a gamble.

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