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post #9826 of 22037
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Originally Posted by RRL CLOTHING View Post

Guys go to your outlets, a whole rack of jeans, bucklebacks and overalls at each one.

Dude, which seller are you? I'd like to buy some jeans!
post #9827 of 22037
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Originally Posted by Froosh View Post

Dude, which seller are you? I'd like to buy some jeans!

+1
post #9828 of 22037
Did they happen to have any Canyon Creek or similarly worn in washes? PM me if you have one of those in a 30 or 31 waist.
post #9829 of 22037
Picked up the RRL denim chino from a few seasons ago. Had the leg tapered. Fresh from the tailor:

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post #9830 of 22037
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Originally Posted by RRL CLOTHING View Post

Guys go to your outlets, a whole rack of jeans, bucklebacks and overalls at each one.
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

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Originally Posted by hoit1981 View Post

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Called Gilroy outlet guy said no RRL at all?
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

Picked up the RRL denim chino from a few seasons ago. Had the leg tapered. Fresh from the tailor:
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What happened to no cuffing?
post #9831 of 22037
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Originally Posted by Ezratrice View Post

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I picked this up on Friday.  Now it just needs to cool off so I can wear it.


That jacket looks great! What is the style called? It loooks like the gamblers jacket without the Buffalo buttons. Where did you pick it up.
post #9832 of 22037
Called the outlet in Katy Mills, no RRL :-/
post #9833 of 22037
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post

Called Gilroy outlet guy said no RRL at all?
What happened to no cuffing?

lol. since they are an officer chinos, they cuff "cleaner" than a jean. I dont cuff my jeans anymore as It looks sloppy but the chino is perfect for it, imo
Edited by NAMOR - 5/26/12 at 6:55pm
post #9834 of 22037
Went to Woodbury yesterday. Nothing at all on the PSR rack, so i left and went to Barneys which also had nothing. Walked back through Polo to get to my car since its a shortcut to go through the store and saw them wheeling a huge two level rack of RRL (mostly flannels and jeans) to the PSR rack. I lingered around for a few minutes until one of the managers came out and looked at the rack and yelled into the radio "who brought this out, this is all womens". Dick tease! I decided to walk around a bit and come back to see if they were going to bring out mens items, but when i came back all they had brought out was four pairs of Windships white pants in size 24
post #9835 of 22037
btw, in San Francisco, the new Industrie Denim store just off of Union Square has a large RRL section



News - October 12, 2011

Introducing Industrie Denim – A New Retail Concept Dedicated to Premium Denim
(SAN FRANCISCO) OCTOBER 12, 2011 – Levi Strauss & Co. and American Rag founder, Mark Werts, today announced a collaboration on a new premium denim concept called INDUSTRIE DENIM. This concept will come to life through stores owned by INDUSTRIE DENIM LLC as well as online at www.IndustrieDenim.com. The first store opened in Scottsdale, AZ earlier this month and a second store will open in San Francisco on October 14, 2011.

Levis Strauss & Co.worked closely with INDUSTRIE DENIM LLC on the initial strategy, concept, and look and feel for the stores. Staffed by fashion savvy sales associates dubbed “jean-iouses,” the new INDUSTRIE DENIM premium stores will showcase more than 100 of the world’s most sought-after denim collections, including Levi’s® Red Tab, Levi’s® Made & Crafted, Levi’s® Vintage Clothing (LVC), Dockers®, along with other premium denim brands.

INDUSTRIE DENIM will provide shoppers with an unparalleled selection of the world’s top denim brands at a wide range of price points, as well as an exceptional standard of service that includes expert consultation with staff and on-site alterations and the exclusive “Booty Cam” fitting room experience, which allows shoppers to see how the jeans look and fit from every possible angle, including the back.

Mark Werts, Industrie Denim LLC CEO, said, "We're having an outstanding time working with Levi's in launching these concept stores. From the moment Industrie Denim was conceived until now, the chemistry has been spectacular and it has been a magical project with a 1000 pieces falling into place to create something dynamic and unique for our customers."

The two current brick and mortar INDUSTRIE DENIM locations in Scottsdale and San Francisco feature industrial store interiors with decorative accents distinct to both cities. Additional stores are expected to open in 2012.

Robert Hanson, Global President of the Levi’s® brand said, “In today’s world, denim is the ultimate and most versatile fashion option for every possible occasion and we know shoppers want choices when it comes to finding the best style for them. INDUSTRIE DENIM offers denim aficionados the premium shopping experience, fit, value and craftsmanship that they’ve come to expect from the Levi’s® and Dockers® brands.”

Store Details

San Francisco (Opening October 14, 2011):
300 Grant Street
San Francisco, CA 94108
415-397-3800

Scottsdale (Open):
15279 North Scottsdale
Scottsdale, AZ 85254
Phone: (480) 270-8123
Store Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10-9; Sun. 12-6

About INDUSTRIE DENIM LLC
INDUSTRIE DENIM is a collaboration between American Rag founder Mark Werts and his long-time partners Rudolph Faulcon and Larry Russ with Levi Strauss and Co. forming Industrie Denim LLC. Combining the impressive experience of both denim vanguards, each INDUSTRIE DENIM location offers a uniquely designed, authentic space featuring an inspired selection of the best denim in the world. The price points are wide and inviting to a broad range of fashion savvy customers. INDUSTRIE DENIM also delivers an exceptional standard of service that includes expert consultation with staff, alterations and the exclusive fitting room Booty Cam, which allows shoppers to view how the jeans appear from behind. This patent-pending wonder has gained a flurry of media coverage for providing an innovative way for shoppers to ascertain the fit of the jeans. It’s of particularly importance to the market as a recent Retail Monitor report shows that approximately fifty percent of consumers rank fit over all other factors such as style, price and brand in deciding their denim purchase. INDUSTRIE DENIM’s retail model challenges the single brand denim store while leaving the door open to eventually create and develop its own eponymous label.

About Levi Strauss & Co.
Levi Strauss & Co. is one of the world’s largest brand-name apparel companies and a global leader in jeanswear. The company designs and markets jeans, casual wear and related accessories for men, women and children under the Levi’s®, Dockers®, Signature by Levi Strauss & Co.™, and Denizen™ brands. Its products are sold in more than 110 countries worldwide through a combination of chain retailers, department stores, online sites, and franchised and company-owned stores. As of August 28, 2011, the company operated 499 stores within 31 countries. Levi Strauss & Co.’s reported fiscal 2010 net revenues were $4.4 billion. For more information, go to http://levistrauss.com.
post #9836 of 22037
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Originally Posted by RRLstyle View Post

That jacket looks great! What is the style called? It loooks like the gamblers jacket without the Buffalo buttons. Where did you pick it up.

I'm not sure what the style is called. It is a limited edition of 40. It is similar to the Gamblers from last winter. Differences I know of: this has softer, lighter leather (neither good or bad, just different), it has standard buttons instead of the buffalo coins, the sleeves are lined on this, there is stitching on the pockets and the back yoke comes to points in two places (western style). Purchased in New York.
post #9837 of 22037
how much? and any xs left? probably dont need this since i own the gamblers
post #9838 of 22037
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Originally Posted by randomkoreandude View Post

how much? and any xs left? probably dont need this since i own the gamblers

Retail is $1600. More than the Gambler but pretty standard for RRL leather I think.
They did not make an XS. I asked because I'm usually a 36 jacket and this is a small which is closer to a 38 This does seem to fit a bit better than the Gambler small on me.

If you own the Gambler, you don't need this. It would be redundant.
post #9839 of 22037
really annoying they dont make xs in their IMO better pieces. same with that raw denim jacket. small is the smallest frown.gif

but good to know its redundant. makes me feel a lil better
post #9840 of 22037
Still nothing at Camarillo and Cabazon. They didn't even have a PSR rack..
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