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post #901 of 945
Finally a coupon! (15% - BOOT15) Now to decide on the black Ranger Mocs or the Brown??
Edited by TDOT - 2/10/12 at 9:11pm
post #902 of 945
perfect! now I can burn off those $50 worth of gift cards!
post #903 of 945
anyone got a $10 off 50 they dont want? I want those rangers biggrin.gif
post #904 of 945
I too would really appreciate one of the $10 gift cards (If anyone isn't using theirs. They expire this Tuesday) Please PM.
post #905 of 945
me too please
post #906 of 945
How good are their five pocket jeans? Some reviewers are saying waist size is off by 3".
post #907 of 945
more like 2 inches. Size down 1 or 2. Quality is solid, silimar to NS, but bigger leg opening.
post #908 of 945
edit: nm found one
Edited by Froosh - 2/18/12 at 3:08am
post #909 of 945
The quality of materials seems to be superior overall. LEC works mainly with cotton or poly blends with a little bit of cotton or wool for advertising's sake. You'll pay for this difference in quality, obviously.
post #910 of 945
FYI, LL bean just emailed me back and the denim is 12.75 oz.

How much stretch have you guys had in the waist with these?
post #911 of 945
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Originally Posted by Peter1 View Post

I just feel like LLBS has 20 versions of plaid shirts and 15 versions of straight-leg chino trousers. I still say the colors are too muddy. Old LLB gear was more vibrant -- think Norwegian sweaters, blackwatch tartans, bright red chamois shirts.
(Note to LLBS: If Alex Carleton brings back the straight-collar blackwatch tartan flannel in a slim fit WITH THE SAME QUALITY I will buy 10 of them.)

Absolutely. I noticed that, too, just glancing through their line. That's what I like about LEC: lots of great colors that pop! The quality of fabrics may not be first rate, but as functional clothes that look good, fit well and don't cost a mint, LEC has done wonders. Mainly in the shirts though, lol.
post #912 of 945

PSA: 20% off with code "CQB9558"

 

Just worked today.

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I was thinking of heading up to Rogue's Gallery in the next couple of weeks ... Any recommendations for other shops I should stop by in the area?  Food even?

post #914 of 945
Wanted to add an endorsement for the LLB Sig. rigid denim. Got a pair for a bit over $50 with a coupon, and I'm quite happy with them so far. The fit is very much like the APC New Standard, and the denim's a bit lighter, but not lightweight by any means. Color is good, detailing subdued, and the pockets are deep enough to be usable. I wear a 31 in NS and got a 32 in these, fit's good.
post #915 of 945
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Originally Posted by drewtronius View Post

I was thinking of heading up to Rogue's Gallery in the next couple of weeks ... Any recommendations for other shops I should stop by in the area?  Food even?


For food Fore St is amazing sit down type atmosphere, menu changes daily. DuckFat is a great more relaxed type, gotta get the poutine and the charcuterie plate. Gorgeous Gelato is a great little place also.

For stores Portland Dry Goods and the Barbour Store are pretty nifty. Rabelais is a great cook-book book store, though they may have moved they were talking about it last time I was there.
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