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Rag and Bone vs APC

voltronf0rce

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Does anybody know how these two differ in fit?
I am looking for a slightly loose fit. I am 5'9, true waist 31, 154 lbs. Which one would be a better fit?

and why is Rag and Bone so hard to find online. I went to the website and looked for its stores that had a website, almost all the listings dont carry R&B anymore.
 

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Originally Posted by voltronf0rce
Does anybody know how these two differ in fit?
I am looking for a slightly loose fit. I am 5'9, true waist 31, 154 lbs. Which one would be a better fit?

and why is Rag and Bone so hard to find online. I went to the website and looked for its stores that had a website, almost all the listings dont carry R&B anymore.



Never had APCs so I can't help you there, but the RB6 sounds perfect for you, and both www.shopjake.com and www.activeendeavors.com sell it. Jake has the indigo version and active has the black ones. AE's are on sale too. I think this is a great jean.
 

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I'm in the market for a new pair of jeans. I'm interested in black. I saw the R&Bs for sale but its a size up for me (im a 29 though they only have a 30 available). Because of their sale and the extra SF get's off you think I should just pull the trigger? My finger's getting mighty itchy...
 

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I don't think APC really has a loose fitting jean. R&B on the other hand, fits the bill.
 

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they won't allow you to use a coupon code if an item is already on sale. they will take the lowest value between the coupon code and the sale price.

either way, both are great jeans. i just got my rb11 selvedge jeans and i think they're really awesome.
 

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E advised to get true to size because of stretching though. So I could pull the trigger on the RB6 now but take a risk with stretching (i dont want the jeans baggy but not too tight either), or go to this store not too far away and try on a pair at my size but pay the full price (vs AEs discount) or some cheaper nudies I was already interested in. But im afraid the nudies may be too severe in cut - though theyre cheaper, and the store is a hike from my office (DC to Northern VA...ok not that far but I dont wanna go in rush hour)


Edit: I completely forgot this was a Rag&Bone/APC thread (I hd the browse closed for a while). Feel free to ignore the last message (or maybe just leave a curt answer
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