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Does anyone have experience with these wool-cotton selvedge chinos?...RRL came out with the Chamonix Grey in regular fit officer and olive moss in slim fit officer chino...(at least on line)...

to be frank, I kind of wish they came out with the grey in slim fit...anyway., reviews would be appreciated...what I am curious about is the fabric more rigid, or is it more of dress/soft? thick/thin..not sure what 6.8oz implies in this sort of fabric..



http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=99309416&cp=11588650.12138268&ab=ln_men_cs_pants&parentPage=family
Some up-close photos of the grey or olive would be great, especially of the selvedge line.
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Anybody purchase either of these shirts? Thoughts?



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Originally Posted by Cooly View Post
 

Here's my RRL Lumber Jack look for Fall :) 

 

 

-Fall Worthy Shirt

-Fall/Winter Riverside Wash East-West Slim Fits

-Boots - Red Wing Blacksmiths

 

Now all you need is a Stihl chainsaw … ;)

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Originally Posted by Cooly View Post
 

Does anyone have experience with these wool-cotton selvedge chinos?...RRL came out with the Chamonix Grey in regular fit officer and olive moss in slim fit officer chino...(at least on line)...

 

to be frank, I kind of wish they came out with the grey in slim fit...anyway., reviews would be appreciated...what I am curious about is the fabric more rigid, or is it more of dress/soft? thick/thin..not sure what 6.8oz implies in this sort of fabric..

 

http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=99309416&cp=11588650.12138268&ab=ln_men_cs_pants&parentPage=family

 

Only 5% wool. I would guess that 6.8oz is more on the light side but I haven't seen these trousers in person.

 

I have some 5.9oz RRL chinos and it's a nice weight for the warmer dry months in California. 

 

I've noticed that washing/soaking can drastically affect the texture and feel of RRL cotton chinos.  After a few painful mishaps I now treat my chinos like selvedge jeans; they don't go anywhere near water.


Edited by aquila49 - 9/17/16 at 10:19am
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Originally Posted by aquila49 View Post
 

 

Only 5% wool. I would guess that 6.8oz is more on the light size but I haven't seen these trousers in person.

 

I have some 5.9oz RRL chinos and it's a nice weight for the warmer dry months in California. 

 

I've noticed that washing/soaking can drastically affect the texture and feel of RRL cotton chinos.  After a few painful mishaps I now treat my chinos like selvedge jeans; they don't go anywhere near water.

These cotton/wool pants are light-weight (so I am told by the sales team) & soft.  I was looking for something more rigid.  

 

So, I decided to get these that I have handled at the SF RL store, they are thicker and cool grey color: http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=99309666&cp=11588650.12138268&ab=ln_men_cs_pants&parentPage=family


Edited by Cooly - 9/14/16 at 3:20pm
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Have ebay alerts set and got both of these off buy it nows for around 70 bucks shipped total
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Low Straights?

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^Could be or maybe Straights? Ralph is looking good!
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Originally Posted by thehaag View Post

The Fall Lookbook is now online. It's essentially what was posted a couple weeks back plus a section of athletic clothes.

http://press.ralphlauren.com/magalogue/rrl/fall/en-us/?ab=en_US_MLP_RRL_Footer_Explore

Super excited they're making this available online now. Not too excited about what it'll do to my bank account. A $2800 shearling bomber is an "investment" right? cool.gif
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The shawl cardigan on page 52 is ridiculous in person.
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Originally Posted by edubs01 View Post

Anybody purchase either of these shirts? Thoughts?



I purchased the bottom matlock shirt on my visit to NYC a month or so back. In person, the colors are accurate on the website, but I would say in person it has a more washed/worn look to it. The white is more a dark cream.  And it is a heavyweight fabric which I personally loved. It's what attracted me the most to it. Out of all the shirts I looked at and tried on, this one was my favorite. And I paid retail for it. I don't pay retail for RRL items, ever. Awesome shirt in other words,lol. 

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Originally Posted by whnay. View Post

The shawl cardigan on page 52 is ridiculous in person.


Heavy and substantial?

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Heavy and substantial?

I've got that piece, happy to post photos when i get a chance. It's not heavy, but it's warm and insanely soft. I love it.

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Originally Posted by avera View Post

Wythe Boots

Has anyone bought the new RRL captoe Wythe boots?  I've been trying to google for a a picture of them being worn and/or with a bit of wear on them but no success so far.

Did you hear anything about these? I've been looking for the same.
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Here's that shawl cardigan. Sorry I don't have a photo of me wearing it, but it's pretty short waisted, I'm 5'9" and the XS is the perfect length. It's thick and warm but not heavy, the zipper is insanely hefty and makes up most of the weight of the sweater. It's also a double zip which is perfect for this short style of sweater.

 

 

 

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