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Anyone here wear 28x34 RRDS and/or know about Flare Glenns?

Humbucker

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Could someone who has a pair of 28x34 RRDS measure the front rise and leg opening measurements and post them? I got a chance to try on a pair of 30x34s and I really liked the fit (considering they were really too big for me) but they didn't have any smaller pairs at the store I went to and I'm interesting in seeing how the measurements change as you go down a couple sizes.

Also, have Flare Glenns been discontinued or not? I heard something about them being available only to certain countries. Is America one of them? How much tighter in the thighs (if they are at all) are they compared to Regular Ralfs?
 

Sabrosa

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I have a pair of 28x32 RRDS, but I doubt these measurements would change that much between a 32" and 34" inseam. On my jeans (they've been washed), the rise measures 9.75" and the leg opening measures roughly 8.875" straight across.
 

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