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post #6916 of 21541
^ not all RRL items are included. Tip: before attempting to hack the code, fill your cart full of regular rl items. This way you'll know for sure whether or not you are getting the right code. Entering a code for non-sale items is a futile effort however all you need to verify a code is a single qualifying item in your basket. Gl and may the force be with you
post #6917 of 21541
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Originally Posted by number9dream View Post

Anyone have pics of the Oilcloth Hunting Jacket? Or can comment on fit? On sale, it can compete with Barbour on price.
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Originally Posted by Dave_SFU View Post

You can get a new Barbour for $250 and send it back to the company for repairs in 20 years. Ill always pick Barbour over RRL
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Originally Posted by randomkoreandude View Post

and if your a student, barbour does a 10 or 15% studnet discount which isnt readily known to peeps
i love everything RRL but stick with the original for that jacket

I bought the Oilcloth Hunting Jacket several weeks ago (for 1/2 price as a friend works for RL). For that price it was a great purchase. The thing which attracted me to it in the first place was the cut which was much more modern that anything I've owned by Barbour (2 jackets - the Bedale and New Utility). While the Barbour's were great jackets, and the idea of being able to get repairs after 20+ years is appealing, the RRL is more stylish (in my opinion) and just generally a better jacket. I think what I'm trying to say is that, on first impressions the RRL might look a lot like a Barbour, but once you actually wear one and use it, there are some distinct differences.

I'm a standard large (42" chest and 35-36" waist) and went for the large. Its a prefect fit.
post #6918 of 21541
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Originally Posted by tv2177 View Post

wow this is NICE

It's definitely a nice jacket. I assume it's not Harris Tweed for that price?

It is incredibly similar to the Cabourn Cameraman which retails for a rather significant $1,795
post #6919 of 21541
what's the deal with the Bowery Boots? do they come out with a new design every season? is there any place to get the original Julian Boots model?
post #6920 of 21541
Speaking of boots, saw the Boondockers in store. Not impressed at all....

http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=11838131&cp=&kw=boondocker&origkw=boondocker&sr=1
post #6921 of 21541
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Originally Posted by clemente21 View Post

what's the deal with the Bowery Boots? do they come out with a new design every season? is there any place to get the original Julian Boots model?

Theyre going to re release the original brown ones and a run of black in Jan. Julian boots can be got at Barneys, but not sure what they have there. Does anyone know if he does resoling on his old boots?
post #6922 of 21541
Anyone own the Watch Cap? I need a warm beanie
post #6923 of 21541
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Originally Posted by Dave_SFU View Post

Theyre going to re release the original brown ones and a run of black in Jan. Julian boots can be got at Barneys, but not sure what they have there. Does anyone know if he does resoling on his old boots?

Probably around $800 right?
post #6924 of 21541
I just had a pair that i picked up from a Barneys outlet and sold because i didnt like the fit. They were $750 new i think.
post #6925 of 21541
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Originally Posted by Kvc06 View Post

Anyone own the Watch Cap? I need a warm beanie

$6 Gov't issue watch cap from the local Army Navy is the warmest hat I've worn.
post #6926 of 21541
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Originally Posted by zissou View Post

$6 Gov't issue watch cap from the local Army Navy is the warmest hat I've worn.

Credited.

Designer military garb designed to look exactly like "the real deal" makes no sense to me. The "real deal" can usually be had for <$10 and is usually made in the US
post #6927 of 21541
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Originally Posted by aaaeeeiiiooouuu View Post

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Designer military garb designed to look exactly like "the real deal" makes no sense to me. The "real deal" can usually be had for <$10 and is usually made in the US

Found this one through Well Spent

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Genuine-GI-Knitted-Winter-Hat-Wool-Watch-Cap-/270831681214#ht_1314wt_905
post #6928 of 21541
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Originally Posted by aaaeeeiiiooouuu View Post

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Designer military garb designed to look exactly like "the real deal" makes no sense to me. The "real deal" can usually be had for <$10 and is usually made in the US

Best post on this 463 page thread.
post #6929 of 21541
+1 on the genuine watch caps, they're cheap and work well. Just make sure you get the wool version and not the acrylic.
post #6930 of 21541
got my private sale invite today in the mail.

have the following 2 pairs but havent listed them yet, message me if interested.

low straight raw 30x32
waist - 16 1/4"
front rise – 10 1/4"
back rise - 14 1/4"
leg opening - 7 5/8"
inseam - 32"
thigh - 11 3/8"

slim fit raw 29x32
waist - 15 5/8"
front rise – 9 3/8"
back rise - 14 1/4"
leg opening - 7 3/8"
inseam - 32 7/8"
thigh - 11 1/4"
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