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post #61 of 72
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Originally Posted by Lel View Post
I know nothing about Sebago's quality overall.

A bit better than Sperry's in my experience. Sizing is consistent too: half a size down from your Sperry's/sneaker size.
post #62 of 72
rogues gallery quality questions ... good/bad for price?

also is never sleep their crappy line?
post #63 of 72
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Originally Posted by randomkoreandude View Post
rogues gallery quality questions ... good/bad for price?

also is never sleep their crappy line?

Rogues gallery is good quality for the price. I think a majority of it is manufactured in Portugal. I've come across a few RG's pieces from year's past that are of outstanding quality for the relatively low prices. Their tees fit nice as well and they have some nice simple options. The tees are TTS, if not running just the slightest bit on the slim/snug side.

And yes, Never Sleep is their crappy line...
post #64 of 72
I've owned a RG sweater, shirt jacket, and parka. Most of the RG aesthetic doesn't appeal to me, but I've never been disappointed with the fabrics or construction of the pieces I've owned. I had to part with the shirt jacket and coat for fit reasons and the knit because it just didn't look right on me. That said, I don't think I'd ever pay retail for any of the stuff.
post #65 of 72
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Originally Posted by randomkoreandude View Post
rogues gallery quality questions ... good/bad for price?

also is never sleep their crappy line?

nope, ive owned a couple pieces and the stuff is great ... especially for the price.
post #66 of 72
Fabric felt pretty good, within acceptable level for me but after washing started pilling and what not so definitely more than meets the eye. I'd classify as mid tier.
post #67 of 72
good brand ime but careful with sizing took a small in their peacoat but the hoodie/shirt in small was a tad tight in the shoulders, sad about that
post #68 of 72
Picked up one of their heavy flannels last year for around $45 on sale... (here's the shirt: http://www.farfetch.com/shopping/men/item10022280.aspx) From the RG main line. Nice item, sturdy fabric (at least, it seems sturdy). I'm a 42, but definitely needed an XL. Here's the interesting part -- hung it in my closet for a few months before wearing. Finally took it out this past fall and there's a huge hole under one arm. It's a cotton shirt and it hung between two Pendleton wool shirts, but I guess it could be moths? Anyway, I contacted RG customer service (4-6 months after purchase) and they sent a brand new shirt. The asymmetrical tails on the replacement shirt suggest a remaindered garment ...but still, it was cool of RG.
post #69 of 72
I have one of their flannels from last year. Fabric is really soft and so far it's holding up well. My only complaint is that the shoulder are kind of tight for a medium.

Has anyone heard anything about a Spring 2011 collection?
post #70 of 72
where else can you purchase RG aside from their main website?
post #71 of 72
Barney's Co-op if there's one near you. Epaulet and Revolve used to carry some, I don't know if they still do though. Urban Outfitters' website has a few items too.
post #72 of 72
Yeah noticed the pants, really tempting
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