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Sweet BNWT Orchard St. wool pants (like the ones Namor scored a few pages back) for sale. See my sig.
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So I called both factory stores in my area before I made the drive over and both told me that they dont carry RRL in the outlets. Is this new since they have opened up the website or were they brushing me off thinking I was a buyer? I really just wanted to look for a new shirt...
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Originally Posted by gnu View Post

So I called both factory stores in my area before I made the drive over and both told me that they dont carry RRL in the outlets. Is this new since they have opened up the website or were they brushing me off thinking I was a buyer? I really just wanted to look for a new shirt...

Not all outlets carry RRL

Which stores did you call?
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Originally Posted by stu00a View Post

Not all outlets carry RRL
Which stores did you call?

Camarillo and Ontario in southern Ca
I've seen it at both locations before. Most recently in the last few months. Bummer
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Camarillo and Ontario in southern Ca
I've seen it at both locations before. Most recently in the last few months. Bummer

Ontario store used to carry PSRs but stopped carrying it because of scarcity and their store's sales

Camarillo still carries it but you will have to wait for the right time.

and one more, sometimes sales associates or cashiers have no idea what RRL is, because PRL outlets hire new faces every week, so best bet would be frequent stop at outlets or get to know the store manager.
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Originally Posted by subdivide View Post

What season / collection is this black chambray shirt from?
If anyone owns it, is the fit standard slim, or is it a bit oversized? AND if there's anyone out there with a size large that they'd be willing to sell... holler!
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Yeah its a really nice shirt. I think its the same as this one right? Afraid I don't own one, but I wish I did.

I like the look of these jeans too. Anyone know if they're from the same '10 season as the shirt?
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What is the difference between Slim Fit and Low Straight? I contacted Context about waist, thigh and leg opening for both. The guy said on W32 waist was same for both 33", thigh 10.5" on slim and 12" on low, leg opening 7.5" on slim and 8" on Low. Can anyone confirm that? Finally, he also said the rise was the same on both. But, I thought the Lows were manhood-crushingingly lower than all other fits?
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Originally Posted by palma View Post

What is the difference between Slim Fit and Low Straight? I contacted Context about waist, thigh and leg opening for both. The guy said on W32 waist was same for both 33", thigh 10.5" on slim and 12" on low, leg opening 7.5" on slim and 8" on Low. Can anyone confirm that? Finally, he also said the rise was the same on both. But, I thought the Lows were manhood-crushingingly lower than all other fits?

The difference is pretty much the measurements you state here - look at the thigh and leg opening measurements. The slims are going to hug your legs, while the low straights are cut straighter with more thigh room. I think it's correct that rise is about the same.

Edit: Good fit pics of the differences in this post: http://www.styleforum.net/t/120192/the-official-rrl-thread/6330#post_4864313
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The thigh on the slim fits seem off to me. I have Slim Fits one wash in 31x32 and the thighs are around 11.5" to 11.75". 10.5" is skinny jeans measurements. I definitely can't fit into skinny jeans.
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Originally Posted by palma View Post

What is the difference between Slim Fit and Low Straight? I contacted Context about waist, thigh and leg opening for both. The guy said on W32 waist was same for both 33", thigh 10.5" on slim and 12" on low, leg opening 7.5" on slim and 8" on Low. Can anyone confirm that? Finally, he also said the rise was the same on both. But, I thought the Lows were manhood-crushingingly lower than all other fits?

Yeah, look at my pics from a few posts back....there is definitely a differance between the slim and the low straight (both 32x34 in that pic).

the rise on the low straight is NOT low, it is just lower than the straights (which are *very* high) I put them next to my 34x34 straights and the rise seemed to be lower by the width of the waistband--so about 2inches. Still, they don't look or feel low to me.

The slims felt a little lower than the low straight...but that may have been that the thighs were so tight I couldn't pull them up any more smile.gif
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Edited by jimmyfingers - 10/30/11 at 10:44am
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Originally Posted by palma View Post

What is the difference between Slim Fit and Low Straight? I contacted Context about waist, thigh and leg opening for both. The guy said on W32 waist was same for both 33", thigh 10.5" on slim and 12" on low, leg opening 7.5" on slim and 8" on Low. Can anyone confirm that? Finally, he also said the rise was the same on both. But, I thought the Lows were manhood-crushingingly lower than all other fits?

don't know about actual measurement, but when I wore it, slim had very slightly lower rise, about same waist, much slimer thigh and leg opening, your butt also shows more..., not sure if it's a function of back rise.
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Big up to Jimmy Fingers - received my sweater in the mail. Thanks for the solid communication and providing a great service! Couldn't have asked for a better transaction.
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Originally Posted by Max_Yeah_True View Post

looking for some nice pre-faded jeans, any ones worth nothing in rrl?


 

 



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Originally Posted by Teger View Post

rrl makes the best washed jeans i've seen. i can't tell the difference between my pair and some beat ass sugarcanes i faded myself. seriously.


Dating back to 2005 2006, Earnest Sewn made some great pre-faded jeans which are so natural that one can't tell whether they are worn or pre-faded by the posted photos. 

 

Try Hysteric Glamours, those jeans are art pieces, perfect combination of wash, damage, patches, and riveting.  Although it is a fashion brand based on rock style, some modest jeans are still good for PITA or  vintage style.

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