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Originally Posted by snuff_daddy View Post
nt sure but theres a bunch of retailers that sell N&F and u can get them at a discount if u were able to buy directly from n&f i would assume there wouldnt be any discount
Thanks, I found Over the Rainbow carries them after doing a Google search. Wondering other Canadian retailers...should be more as it is a Canadian brand of course. What is the price range on N&F selvedge by the way?
post #11807 of 21424
dont be lazy man
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Originally Posted by cheesecake View Post
Oh, I was meaning the style of wash because I placed a phone order for a few pairs that was suppose to be dry/raw denim but instead one of them says "wash once 2" and another is described as "rinse"

Both of these do not have any sheen on them as other pairs of raw denim and they are wrinkled as well.
I doubt people are going to have their RRL tags lying around. It'd make sense to call the store back up and see what the deal is since they'd have all the info in front of them. I've never heard of the "wash 2" before, though.
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I have tried calling but the salesperson who had helped me was out of the office and supposedly the the other two associates who could help with phone orders were either out or busy so I just left a voicemail.

Thanks for your help anyways though.
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I finally have a proxy in Japan


does anyone know any Selvedge Denim designer that are popular in japan? as i would love to order a pair while i can.
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but its pretty easy to get jeans from japan
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Originally Posted by cheesecake View Post
I have tried calling but the salesperson who had helped me was out of the office and supposedly the the other two associates who could help with phone orders were either out or busy so I just left a voicemail.

Thanks for your help anyways though.
Call any of the other RRLs. Or let me know I can give you names/emails of SAs or managers. Ideally, though, if you're looking at a refund then you should deal with the SA directly. Are these jeans distressed at all or are they just wrinkled?
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I don't know why I didn't think of calling another RRL store...anyways I just got off the line and a sales associate informed me that the "Low Straight" cut doesn't come in rigid/raw and the closest would be rinsed/one wash. The associate also did not know why it said "Once Washed 2." Other than that, I did a search earlier and saw that the Slim Bootcut does indeed come in raw/dry (which would be tagged as "RIGID") so I was indeed shipped one incorrect item.

As you can tell, this is my first foray into RRL denim and I had just assumed that all the cuts were available in raw/dry but I guess this is not the case.

Regarding the jeans themselves, they are not distressed at all but they are wrinkled.
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Thread Starter 
You're not missing much by getting the rinsed vs. dry. They're both raw and they're both going to look the same in a month or two of wear.
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That sounds good then. Thank you for your help.
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What are some good upgrades from my 3sixteen SL100's? I like the slim straight fit, maybe slightly slimmer...just looking to take this to the next level...

I know the obvious answer would be 3sixteen+, and I haven't ruled it out, I'm just interested in checking out another brand for my second pair of raws. I've enjoyed my SL's so damn much I think it would be worth it to step it up to something serious for my 2nd pair.

Thoughts?
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You budget's the limit. Kaihara puts out some good denim but you can get much more creative than that.
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$300 tops... I was just checking out the LVC 1947's on denimdebate.com...I didn't realize what a slimmer cut that really is than today's 501... I am seriously drawn towards those, that pair they posted is jaw dropping.
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Depends on what you want out of your denim. Personally, I don't buy the same jeans twice and there'd be a lot more similiarities than differences with the '47s.
post #11820 of 21424
Hi guys,

I have a friend who is looking into getting some premium denim but he needs a larger size, around 44 waist. Anybody have any recommendations? Thanks!
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