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post #8626 of 20947
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Originally Posted by Timbaland View Post

RRL Clothing, can you link me to some pics of your jeans please?


I have over 210 pairs of jeans in my collection, some worth in excess of $5 grand.

 

my latest acquisition

rrloveralls.jpg

post #8627 of 20947
Those are awesome.
Are those part of the current season or are they that core line?
post #8628 of 20947

Those are called montana bucklebacks. They're deadstock, I received them in my recent order along with about 30+ pairs of one wash jeans

 

rrlonewash.jpg

post #8629 of 20947
Mother of God. Do you just collect them? For fun, or as an investment?
post #8630 of 20947

I collect, and also export.

post #8631 of 20947

dug these up from a couple years back.

 

RRL slim fit in rinse (or rigid..don't remember)

 

worn 2 years regularly, washed 10+ times

 

made bg white, but didn't adjust lighting or contrast

 

rrlslimfit.jpg

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #8632 of 20947
Damn 210 pairs. Those worn RRL slim fits look good. Would love to see more evolution pics of all the raw jeans you mentioned having earlier to see how they differ.
post #8633 of 20947
Hey guys,

We just got a new shipment of great RRL accessories.

261

The majority of all these items were either made in Italy or England.

Black leather pouch 195
Black Eye Glass holder 165
Black Card Case 250

Brown Leather Bi fold wallet 225
Brown Tooled Ryder Wallet with Chain 265
Brown Trophy Strap for wallet or keys 45

Braided Light Brown bracelet 95
Dark Brown Studded bracelet 95
Plain Brown bracelet 125

Brown Leather Tolietry/Dopp bag (Hinged opening, nylon waterproof lining) 350
I also have a oil cloth version with leather bottom and trim that I forgot to photograph. This is 250

Give me a call if you are interested in any of items. I also have 4 keychain styles that I didn't photograph. These were all around 45.

Thanks again,

Robert
RRL Specialist at Chicago
(312) 280-1655
post #8634 of 20947

Nice very nice!!

post #8635 of 20947

Would you happen to have any of those brown leather cargo's for men in a size 30 in stock?

post #8636 of 20947
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Originally Posted by RRL CLOTHING View Post

Those are called montana bucklebacks. They're deadstock, I received them in my recent order along with about 30+ pairs of one wash jeans

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Nice!
post #8637 of 20947
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Originally Posted by stu00a View Post

They are nicely constructed in terms of quality.
I believe they are from Nashville collection IIRC.
Made in Italy by Caruso(same maker as RLBL)

Hey btw, thanks for the Limited Edition Rugby Selvedge jeans, a bit tighter than my other jeans from Rugby in that size, but i'm sure it will soften up.

The included ties are great, but not sure why two ties are there, do not think i'm gonna use one as a belt...
post #8638 of 20947
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Originally Posted by Saturdays View Post

Hey btw, thanks for the Limited Edition Rugby Selvedge jeans, a bit tighter than my other jeans from Rugby in that size, but i'm sure it will soften up.
The included ties are great, but not sure why two ties are there, do not think i'm gonna use one as a belt...

Glad you like it!

It is really nice piece and the presentation is pretty impressive for Rugby.

Enjoy.
post #8639 of 20947
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Originally Posted by RRL CLOTHING View Post

Those are called montana bucklebacks. They're deadstock, I received them in my recent order along with about 30+ pairs of one wash jeans

350x203px-LL-492c3eb1_rrlonewash.jpeg

Intense! Where do you find them? Outlets?
post #8640 of 20947
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Originally Posted by RRL CLOTHING View Post

So.. did you wash yet..?
 

That article was featured on mynudies.com over a year ago and that clueless kid was the laughing stock of the forums. You can try to justify being hygienic and not wash jeans or bathe as long as you want, chances are if you need to google studies from the university of alberta to tell you it's okay to wear smelly pants, it's probably just time you wash your damn jeans already.

 

The reason they don't smell to you is because you've gotten so used to the smell that you're oblivious to it, believe me everyone around you can smell you coming a mile away. I was like you a long time ago, until I realized this whole washing thing was a fad and after going through several pairs of raw jeans (nudies, iron heart, apc, rrl, sugar cane, samurai, lvc, post blue japan, evisu, list goes on and on) I learned first hand washing made jeans look better, feel better and last longer and the end result was they all faded beautifully.


Not got round to washing them yet but i'll probably do it over the weekend and put up the pictures. The study was quoted on the BBC over the past couple of days because of the new denim book coming out next week.

 

Thank you RRL CLOTHING for blessing me with all your advice and opinions.
 

 

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