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post #421 of 772
The rear isn't sagging, it's just the way he's standing + new denim.

14.5oz fabric stretches a lot. They will relax and be killer; it's a good fit.
post #422 of 772

Had a question about fit. I currently own a pair of 3Sixteen SL-100x in 32 and found that, while I was able to stretch them to an appropriate fit, they were just a smidgen too tight. I believe this lead to a relatively early blowout in the crotch area.

 

After looking at the RT Stanton fit, it seems pretty similar to the 3Sixteen SL and I may size up one to a 33.

 

Any thoughts or insights? Perhaps from someone that has dealt with both jeans.

 

Thank you!

post #423 of 772
Fit is very similar. Stanton runs slightly larger in both waist & thigh though IME.
post #424 of 772
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Originally Posted by oboy_oboy View Post

Fit is very similar. Stanton runs slightly larger in both waist & thigh though IME.


Thank you for the help! If they do indeed run a little larger in the thigh, I may just stay with a 32. Also, read in this thread that the 14.5 weight denim stretches a bit more than prior runs. Compared to 3Sixteen, do these stretch more?

 

Also, if I can get my SL-100s properly repaired I was thinking about grabbing the Dark Stanton. Any drastic differences in denim here?

post #425 of 772
just picked up a pair of the ar-g trousers from General Quarters. great pants. sized down one from my typical size and the fit is genius.
post #426 of 772

This is an interview from the Man behind the scene Karl Thoennessen founder of ‘Rogue Territory

 

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post #427 of 772
For anyone that has the supply jackets, do the darker variants like the ISC tend to bleed on things at all?
post #428 of 772
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Originally Posted by nothclif View Post

For anyone that has the supply jackets, do the darker variants like the ISC tend to bleed on things at all?

SuFu thread has a few people saying, yes, indeed the ISC does tend to crock a lot initially, so be aware of that during early wearings.
post #429 of 772

Does anywhere in NYC carry supply jackets?

post #430 of 772
Does anyone have a fit pic of the AR-G trousers? I'm thinking of getting a pair, but would like to see how they wear, apart from on the RT & Need Supply sites.
post #431 of 772
Been looking all over for either the Dark Stantons in 31 or the RK ISC in 32. Checked most of the stockists on the rogue territory stockists list, but does anyone else have any ideas or any leads?
post #432 of 772
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Originally Posted by nonissue View Post

Been looking all over for either the Dark Stantons in 31 or the RK ISC in 32. Checked most of the stockists on the rogue territory stockists list, but does anyone else have any ideas or any leads?

I went on a hunt for 32 RK ISCs last month, and Need Supply was the only retailer that I found. I'm guessing that restock was from the batch that happened at the end of last year. NS still has a couple of Stantons in 32. Maybe email Rogue Territory and ask them if they're planning a refresh/restock?
post #433 of 772

Can anyone comment on how the sizing of the trouser fit compared to something like levi's 511?

post #434 of 772
Does the big size/model tag come off by removing the seams or do you recommending cutting that out?
post #435 of 772
^I just cut mine off close to the seam on my IDC jeans.
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