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The Official RRL Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by whodini, May 21, 2009.

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  1. hoit1981

    hoit1981 Well-Known Member

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    I copped a pair of brown captoe Polo shoes a long time ago and they are one of my favorites pairs of shoes. Made in Italy and not C&J, but I love how they fit and their proportions.
     
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    they now have an XL back for grey, must be a return

    i have all three that i got from private sale. im a sucker for chambray lol

    they fit like their flannel workshirts but are thinner cuz the fabric and maybe a tad slimmer in the chest? i took same size as i do with everything in rrl = XS/36

    edit: they are great shirts. wouldnt pay retail but on sale they are great lightweight chambray shirts in decent colors and perf for spring/summer
     
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    ^ Awesome thanks for the info dude. I figured that $75 a pop was worth it.
     
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    Also, does anyone know / recall how the selvedge oxford shirts (from a season or so ago) fit. Were they slim? Perhaps someone has pit-pit measurements of a large?
     
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    I believe they were little bit slimmer than flannels.
     
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    Slim, but not as slim as say the Western shirts
     
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    Looks like I'm in need of an accurate measurement... damn eBay sellers cant seem to make their minds up :puzzled:
     
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    Hoit, do you mean the old "Japanese Piece Goods" oxfords? Size L would be 22.5" p2p and 18" s2s, although for some reason the pink one is closer to 23" p2p and 18.5" s2s.
     
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    got the 32x32 jeans in the mail.

    they are definitely raw RRL, they are definitely 32x32 mens, and there is no visible fading -- I think that was just the camera flash.

    that said, they are REALLY slim. woah. I might try to stretch em out, but damn.. these fit kind of like diors. they aren't a women's jean, but just a really slim men's jean, especially below the knee. if you're interested, they'd be $65 shipped, PM me. might keep though.. will see.

    edit: just kid a cold soak and wore them sopping wet for an hour doing squats.. should be good now I think. goddamn RRLs bleed indigo like a motherfucker.
     
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    nice glad it worked out for you

    65 is a great deal for them
     
  12. GusW

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    Tried on some RRL jeans at Union Made the other day. The denim is excellent. Very impressed.
     
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    So now your carpet is a work of indigo stained modern art?
     
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    who has a carpet?

    still pretty slim, but should stretch out nicely:

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    That is actually outlet find. I just got those. I was really lucky today got some really good stuffs.
     
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    Sick find(s)

    FL doesn't get many leathers, coats, boots or bags. I've been told most of that stuff goes to NY and CA where I suppose the weather is more suitable to wear the thick & substantial pieces.

    What other interesting things did you find and how many items?
     
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    Hey what's the deal with the boyfit. My store got like 100+ of these pairs, some light blue some heavy repaired.

    They are a womens cut or unisex or what?
     
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    it's a boyfriend fit for women. i would avoid.
     
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    I found oiled clothes coat. A lot of heavy coats. some limited item shirts. A lot of flannels.
    Some vests.
    They have more in the back, I want to go back tomorrow again but I should just stay away from that store for a while.

    I think Boy fit is for unisex, but perfect for some short Japanese guys. They love boy fits.
    I don't see any jeans here.
     
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    the problem with boy fits is that the pockets are really, really small. doesn't convert well.
     

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