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post #316 of 598
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Originally Posted by captainfunk View Post

I feel like RT needs more love on SF. Fantastic product. I have both the 6oz RKs and the ISC RKs and they are incredible. I got 33s but I almost wish I got the 32s (i'm losing a bit a weight now). Regardless, I sincerely hope Karl releases more pants in the RK cut. What say you, Karl?

Thanks man! I'm glad you're liking your RKs, right now I'm at The Common and Industrie Denim in Union Square, AB Fits might possibly re-stock my stuff..we'll see. I love the RK cut so am definitely going to plan on doing something new for Spring/Summer along with another release of the RK6oz.
post #317 of 598
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Originally Posted by whodini View Post

I'd definitely go down to a 33 if you want a slimmer fit that looks like the fit model on the website. I went TTS and it stretched out immediately to a regular fit; it's not a bad thing but the break-in was a lot easier than I expected it to be. My only caution would be to make sure of your knee/leg measurements if sizing down.
I've been wearing my ISCs for a few weeks now and absolutely love them. The canvas has a stiff, coated feel that softens up after a few wears. Mine are fading pretty quickly around the creases and friction points, making it easy to see bright blueberry peeking out. It's pretty much an experiment at this point because I have no idea how canvas like this will look worn down the line.
There just isn't anything else like it out on the market. Few people are working with canvas and those that are seem to be using the exact same selvage duck from Cone (Roy, LVC, etc.) The fact that the ISC's canvas has denim-like qualities not only makes it unique but also makes for a bridge between the denimhead and the casual wearer. The fit and finish also make the brand in general stand out.
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Great pics Albert! thanks for sharing
post #318 of 598
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Originally Posted by uninkco View Post

Karl, if I am a natural 34 waist, what size in the RK ISC's would i need? A size 33 with a waistband measurement of 35 with stretch might be too big.

Yea dude, it sounds like you'd be happier with a 32...unfortunately I'm all out.
post #319 of 598
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Originally Posted by Rogue Territory View Post

I love the RK cut so am definitely going to plan on doing something new for Spring/Summer along with another release of the RK6oz.

Excellent news. The 6 ouncers are like pajamas they are so comfortable. I hope you change the interior cloth on the fly to something other than white— everybody always thinks my fly is undone! That and maybe some riveted buttons. Anyway, keep up the great work!
post #320 of 598
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Originally Posted by Rogue Territory View Post

Yea dude, it sounds like you'd be happier with a 32...unfortunately I'm all out.

Anyone selling a 32? haha
post #321 of 598
Definitely agree with everyone else here! I've been wearing my RK ISC for the past few weeks. The fabric from Cone is really nice and the cut is perfect! The honest pricing (IMHO) is also a huge bonus. Looking forward to the new AR-G trousers as well!
post #322 of 598
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Originally Posted by captainfunk View Post

Excellent news. The 6 ouncers are like pajamas they are so comfortable. I hope you change the interior cloth on the fly to something other than white— everybody always thinks my fly is undone! That and maybe some riveted buttons. Anyway, keep up the great work!


I haven't had that issue with the fly on my RKs, but I would like to see blue fabric there.
I've always had a thing against jeans that are cut to look like slacks (or vice versa) so I'd normally want to see rivets. But I actually like these just as they are. Even though they're supposed to be "summer weight", I'm still wearing them once a week or more.
post #323 of 598
How should I size the RK ISC? I went for a 30 in diors 19cm and apc ps (guess I am a real 32, 6'1, 150lbs). Also will I archive a similar look like diors or apc´s or will it be much slimmer in the leg and wider in the top block?
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post #324 of 598
I don't know how the Diors' fit but it sounds like you'd be happy with a 30 in the RK ISCs. The leg isn't super slim and the top block is relaxed but not baggy.
post #325 of 598
Mmm gonna try 30. hopefully theyll fit.
post #326 of 598
any word on the new trousers? Really really to get my brown on
post #327 of 598

Can anyone comment on the fit of the Ar-G trousers? Doesn't seem to be a lot of info out there. I normally wear Naked and Famous in weird guy fit which works well for me.

post #328 of 598
Karl, how do the Ar-G trousers compare to RK fit?
post #329 of 598
Just got a pair of the dark stantons and I love them, but I have one complaint. Why, oh why would you not dye the inside of the fly too?! The pants are so dark and then that damn bright white fly flap sticks out like a sore thumb. I'm going to have to paint it with fabric paint or something.

Other than that, I have no complaints. Digging these jeans a lot - much nicer than my old APCs.
post #330 of 598
Those double indigo work trousers on the first page look bananas...

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Are you making anything similar now? Looks like the RK ISC might be the closest?
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