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I'd say that the standout stuff would be Isaia, Charvet and Corthay, the latter two being new to the market. There's another high end suit label that's new to the market but cannot place the name.
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Sorry if I missed this but do they carry RRL?
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I didn't notice any but didn't really look through the Ralph Lauren section closely. I noticed RLPL but as othertravel noted above, it's apparently not the good stuff.

No RRL, sadly.

And in case anybody here is wondering: no SLP men's clothes or shoes either. @Steel28
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Originally Posted by KaleidoscopicK View Post

I'd say that the standout stuff would be Isaia, Charvet and Corthay, the latter two being new to the market. There's another high end suit label that's new to the market but cannot place the name.

No RRL, sadly.

And in case anybody here is wondering: no SLP men's clothes or shoes either. @Steel28

Thanks man! That's too bad.
post #2748 of 4444
Where to buy good slim fit swim trunks with ~5 to 6 inch inseam without spending more than $30-50?
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Originally Posted by KaleidoscopicK View Post

I'd say that the standout stuff would be Isaia, Charvet and Corthay, the latter two being new to the market. There's another high end suit label that's new to the market but cannot place the name.

 

Charvet isn't new to the market. Holts Men had them for maybe a couple years before they parted ways roughly last year.

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Where to buy good slim fit swim trunks with ~5 to 6 inch inseam without spending more than $30-50?

I have some great PRL trunks I bought at HR. They were more than that ($90), but They Bay, etc. could have them on sale for close to that.

post #2751 of 4444

Decided to take one for the team and see how Sole Survivor does with a half sole on some Alden Longwings. 

 

My impression so far: Cheap ($25), Long wait time (2 weeks at the moment), no Vibrarm offerings but the options seemed just as good

 

Inquired about Reheeling ($20 for commando, $30 for Cats Paw heels), and heel taps ($5 plastic, $10 steel) as well.

post #2752 of 4444
Confession to my SF TO bros....

Kind of got sick of raw denim and the comfort level the last few weeks. I don't have any real high mileage pair that fit like gloves et. Although a new pair of Gustin 13oz are pretty comfy now.

Walked into Dutil Vancouver yesterday and walked out with NEUW denim indigo rope dye black overdye (2% stretch) and I couldn't be happier.
Going to make sitting on a plane in a few hrs much more comfortable.

Don't hate.
post #2753 of 4444
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Originally Posted by CanadaCal View Post

Confession to my SF TO bros....

Kind of got sick of raw denim and the comfort level the last few weeks. I don't have any real high mileage pair that fit like gloves et. Although a new pair of Gustin 13oz are pretty comfy now.

Walked into Dutil Vancouver yesterday and walked out with NEUW denim indigo rope dye black overdye (2% stretch) and I couldn't be happier.
Going to make sitting on a plane in a few hrs much more comfortable.

Don't hate.

Have the same and love them. Got tired of walking like Frankenstein.

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Just wanted to let everyone know that we have Phillip Car, owner of St Crispin's, in store today and tomorrow. Please feel free to stop by to browse and chat. 

 


Edited by LeatherFoot - 2/19/16 at 2:30pm
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Originally Posted by CanadaCal View Post

Confession to my SF TO bros....

Kind of got sick of raw denim and the comfort level the last few weeks. I don't have any real high mileage pair that fit like gloves et. Although a new pair of Gustin 13oz are pretty comfy now.

Walked into Dutil Vancouver yesterday and walked out with NEUW denim indigo rope dye black overdye (2% stretch) and I couldn't be happier.
Going to make sitting on a plane in a few hrs much more comfortable.

Don't hate.

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Originally Posted by Caligari View Post

Have the same and love them. Got tired of walking like Frankenstein.

No hate here! Enjoy your new jeans and fuck the denim national socialists.

But do you really find raw denim that uncomfortable? After a couple days mine always feel beautifully broken in.
post #2756 of 4444
^^

My 21 oz Iron Heart denim was soft after a few days as well but I agree, some raw denim like Tellason even at 16oz is a bit of pain haha.
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I've tried on a few pairs of jeans with 2-3% elasticine and it makes such a difference wow. If you're doing anything even remotely snug or skinny and want to break in something raw, trust me, it's a pain and getting them with just a little stretch makes it so much easier to live with.
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Originally Posted by LeatherFoot View Post

Just wanted to let everyone know that we have Phillip Car, owner of St Crispin's, in store today and tomorrow. Please feel free to stop by to browse and chat. 






That is so dangerous for my wallet tho!
post #2759 of 4444
Thanks for the info about no RRL at Saks. Does anyone in Toronto carry it? I've been curious about that line for a while.
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That is so dangerous for my wallet tho!

Yes Saint Crispin's are something else. It is not every day you get personally measured and advised by Phillip personally, which makes the experience even more memorable.

 

We cordially invite everyone to visit the store for some refreshments and to browse new arrivals from Alden, Carmina, and Frank Clegg. 

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