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post #6406 of 20925
anyone try that parka in person? trying to find a winter jacket and leaning towards canada goose. figured the rrl is more for looks then for utility but someone chime in and tell me otherwise
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I'm looking for a new pair of dark jeans for FW and was thinking about tacking on an order next time jimmyfingers opens it up. Wasn't really looking at RRL, but for 50% off, seems like a deal. I'm a shorter, stocky guy with big thighs. I need about a 16" back of waist measure (size 30 in APC NS), an 11.5" leg, and a smaller leg opening, preferably like 7.5" to 7.75". What do you guys recommend? Low straights? What size? I'm guessing I probably can't squeeze into the Slim Fit's thighs.
post #6408 of 20925
here's the measurement i got from CONTEXT, hope that helps on sizing.

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post #6409 of 20925
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Edited by jimmyfingers - 10/30/11 at 10:41am
post #6410 of 20925

I have a question about the oxford shirts of RRL. What is the difference between these two? The label in the two are different, what does this say?

 

I have pretty long arms but with jacket size 50 what size of shirt is best M or L?

 

 

 
post #6411 of 20925
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Originally Posted by jimmyfingers View Post

Unclaimed
low straight 34X32 Dark Wash msrp 300

I got those, did you already account for mine?
post #6412 of 20925
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Originally Posted by randomkoreandude View Post

anyone try that parka in person? trying to find a winter jacket and leaning towards canada goose. figured the rrl is more for looks then for utility but someone chime in and tell me otherwise
Not sure about RRL but Canada Goose makes some amazingly warm gear.

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Originally Posted by tv2177 View Post

here's the measurement i got from CONTEXT, hope that helps on sizing.
Context's measurements aren't always that accurate. My low straights are 3" + tagged size.
post #6413 of 20925
yeah im sure ill stick with CG
post #6414 of 20925
Is CG cheaper here in Canada vs the US? Never compared but if you need any help let me know.
post #6415 of 20925
They're all yours, Namor:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Ralph-Lauren-Madison-Bowery-Boot-RRL-12-Shell-Cordovan-/320772214987?pt=US_Men_s_Shoes&hash=item4aaf8390cb

And I thought the Barrie last was clunky. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by burningbright View Post

They're all yours, Namor:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Ralph-Lauren-Madison-Bowery-Boot-RRL-12-Shell-Cordovan-/320772214987?pt=US_Men_s_Shoes&hash=item4aaf8390cb
And I thought the Barrie last was clunky. smile.gif

haaa, wow. I have seen these before. This seller is a prick. 6 months ago he purchased these off of another ebay for $600ish and now is (trying) flipping them for $1600. I heart ebay
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Edited by jimmyfingers - 10/30/11 at 10:42am
post #6418 of 20925
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yeah im sure ill stick with CG
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Originally Posted by Froosh View Post

Is CG cheaper here in Canada vs the US? Never compared but if you need any help let me know.

Unless you are planning on using the CG jacket in temperatures below -20C, I don't think they are all that useful because essentially they are too good at keeping you warm. I start to sweat in them even with one layer when temperatures are around -15 to 20. You really only need a T-shirt underneath, no sweaters. The RRL coat is 90% down as well, so probably utility wise I am sure it is up there with CG at keeping warm, though the exterior is where the two vary? Gore-Tex on CG is probably useful on wet/cold winter days.

No CG is not cheap in Canada. They are not even allowed to go on sale there.
post #6419 of 20925
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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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I have this shirt in an L. It fits slim and one of my favorites. It's rock solid and much thicker than a what a standard chambray is known for,
post #6420 of 20925
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

haaa, wow. I have seen these before. This seller is a prick. 6 months ago he purchased these off of another ebay for $600ish and now is (trying) flipping them for $1600. I heart ebay

If someone runs across these in a size 8 or 9 let me know!
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