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post #7021 of 20929
just started wearing my olive chinos, do RRL chinos (not the selvedge ones) stretch at all? they fit perfect around the waist but its a tad bit uncomfortable when i sit and i feel like my nuts are squashed on one side of my leg.
post #7022 of 20929
Has anyone heard from Jimmy Fingers?
post #7023 of 20929
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Originally Posted by deez nuts View Post

just started wearing my olive chinos, do RRL chinos (not the selvedge ones) stretch at all? they fit perfect around the waist but its a tad bit uncomfortable when i sit and i feel like my nuts are squashed on one side of my leg.

I don't know what you're complaining about. I have to pay good moneys for the same sensation icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #7024 of 20929
^rotflmao.gif
post #7025 of 20929
how the hell can i hunt foxes comfortably when my pants are too tight riding this damn horse!
post #7026 of 20929
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how the hell can i hunt foxes comfortably when my pants are too tight riding this damn horse!

Indeed... a question one must ask oneself, whilst one is wearing tight trousers on a fox hunt.
post #7027 of 20929
received the denim mansion tote and NOT a fan

i still dislike that white patch but that can always be removed by a seam ripper. what i dont like is how it looks when using the shoulder strap. it looks GIGANTIC on ones side or back because the thing is so deep. its the width of a tote but really deep. i guess if you have a lot of stuff its fine. but doesnt fit my needs and im not that tall and it feels/looks like 1/3 of my body is covered by a denim tote. also if you dont have it zipped when its on your back the handle flaps.

the aged leather, denim, and rusted looking hardware is cool though.

so sticking with my filson japan red label tote
post #7028 of 20929
^ sucks bro. But then again, it's a nice thing to have to settle for filson. Btw, I called rl and they adjusted the loafer price from 400 to the current 300. I had ordered the penny and tassel earlier this week. Additionally, the CS rep said they don't adjust sales prices but would make a one time exception.
post #7029 of 20929
Has anyone handled the waffle knit henley sweater? $150 for an alpaca sweater seems like a really good deal.
post #7030 of 20929
Epic
post #7031 of 20929
So, are their flannels worth the $102 price tag (40% discount + 15% discount + tax + $8.00 shipping)? How does their sizing usually work? Is it true-to-size?
post #7032 of 20929
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i just called the customer service 1888 number
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Originally Posted by sm31 View Post

That's cool. I was just looking at one of my receipts this morning, and it explicitly says they don't price adjust on sale items.
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

How did you contact CS? I'm hoping I can get a price adjustment as well

If you bought online call the CS. If you bought from a store call the store. If you did not give them your contact info upon purchase it becomes a hassle.

I once bought a coat from Rugby in DC only to find out the following day when I came back home (Nearest Rugby was 400 miles), that they started a sale and the coat was 1/2 off. I called them and they didn't have my info and I lost my receipt, so I gave them my CC# and date of purchase and around what time. The manager Finny:

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He was kind enough to scour through the system and find my purchase and give me a credit. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

YMMV, but I think RL does a great job in making sure its customers are happy, at least with me they do.
post #7033 of 20929
^ that guy once sold me a pair of store display darlton through ebay. haa

I called CS and they refunded me the $100. They made it a point to say they dont normally do this but would make a one time exception
post #7034 of 20929
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

^ that guy once sold me a pair of store display darlton through ebay. haa
I called CS and they refunded me the $100. They made it a point to say they dont normally do this but would make a one time exception

yeah they always make it a point to say that huh...
post #7035 of 20929
Flannels are definitely worth the $100 if you're in the market for one. Fabric is substantial and comfy.
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