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Rag & Bone Sales Thread: Chinos / Wool Fedora

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by tonio028, Apr 22, 2013.

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  1. tonio028

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    All prices include USPS priority within the CONUS. Add $10 for Canada for shirts/pants; $20 for shoes. PM me for other shipping quotes. For reference, I'm about 5'8", 150ish lbs., with a 36/37" chest. I'm typically a size small in shirts, a US 30/EU 46 in pants. In shoes I wear an 8D Alden Barrie/8.5D Alden Leydon, 41 in CPs, 42 in MMMs, 7 UK in Grenson, 7.5 UK 5 fitting Trickers, 9 in Quoddy and Sperry.

    All the below have been used (some hardly at all) but in very good to excellent conditions. Feel free to PM me with any questions on specific pieces. Offers welcome and discount shipping for multiple items.

    1. Rag and Bone Brown Flecked Tweed Pants - Size 30 - $160>$150>SOLD
    I wore these a handful of times, but still in great/excellent condition. They've been sitting in my closet for a while now so time to let them go. These are from several seasons back before Theory purchased the brand and the Made in USA everything and when the fabrics and details really stood out, more-so then current day in my honest opinion. Handmade in NYC, 100% wool, inside hang loops, button front closure and zip fly, classic old school R&B donut buttons. Quality pants here.

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    Measurements
    Waist (aligned): 15.75"
    Thigh at Crotch: 11.5"
    Front Rise: 10.5"
    Inseam: 29.5" (approx. 1.5" to let)
    Leg Opening: 7.5"


    2. Rag and Bone Black Blade II Jeans - Size 30 - $115>$105>SOLD
    In great/excellent condition. Another pair that have been sitting in my closet for a while. I just don't wear black jeans as much as I used to. Interesting pair of denim that I believe were over-dyed black. Made exclusively for Barneys. Made in USA, 100% cotton, R&B donut buttons, inside hand loops.

    http://i.imgur.com/63hjgSw.jpg
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    http://i.imgur.com/jOxL4Oh.jpg


    Measurements
    Waist (aligned): 16"
    Thigh at Crotch: 11.5"
    Front Rise: 11"
    Inseam: 29.5"
    Leg Opening: 8"


    3. BNWOT Rag and Bone Black Chino Pants - Size 31 - $105>95>$80>$65>$55
    Brand new, but can't find tags. I cold washed and hung dry thinking I would hem to wear, but they've been sitting in the closet. 100% cotton, Made in USA, inner hang loops. Soft cotton chino style pant in a black w slight grey throughout. Twisted seam, knee darting for slimness through the leg.

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    Measurements
    Waist (aligned): 15.75"
    Thigh at Crotch: 11.5"
    Front Rise: 10"
    Inseam: 33"
    Leg Opening: 7.75"


    3. BNWT Rag and Bone Black Wool Fedora Hat - Size Medium - $70>$60>$50>SOLD
    Brand new, never worn. 100% wool, made in USA.

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    Measurements
    Inner circumference: ~21"
    Brim Height: ~3.5"
     

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