Rag&Bone

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Brian SD, Mar 14, 2006.

  1. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    Dill if I were you I would send it back. Returns suck but it tells the designer something's wrong with the product.

    I agree. Wow 30 inches, huh? That is a longgggg tee. It's too bad. The print looks really cool.
     


  2. Dill

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    Yeah, I am definately going to return it. I now notice that the model on activeendeavors has several inches of the shirt bunched up at the waist [​IMG] Oh well, free returns. I sent R&B an email with my thoughts and hopefully they get back to me. I might have a chance to go to a Barneys this weekend and if I do I will try on a small.
     


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    Dill Senior member

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    I got a quick reply from Nathan at R&B. Mediums are supposed to be 28'' from the back of the neck to the bottom while mine is 29.5''. 28 inches is still quite long compared to the length of my shirts (all mediums) from trovata, corpus (25''), RG (26'') and YD (26.5'').
     


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    So, I finally confirmed with about everyone (Nathan included) and their mama that 32x34 Rag & Bones do not exist. Its a shame, because they are awesome jeans...

    That said, I tried on a 34x34 (RB6d) for kicks and the bottom of the legs still didn't hit the ground (with no bunching or anything), terrible. I'm thinking I'd need a 32x36 to be happy, especially accounting for shrinking.

    Anyway, now I'm stuck with a NWT 32x32 (RB6a) that I won't even bother putting on. [​IMG]

    Okay... end of rant :p
     


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    Yeah, I'll probably put them up when I get around to it. I just got home and had to do a bit of complainin :p
     


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    Yeah, I'll probably put them up when I get around to it. I just got home and had to do a bit of complainin :p

    That's so odd PG2G. I am 6' even and I wear 30x32 RB11s, and they dont bunch or wrinkle except for a small break, but they're fine.
     


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    I wish they made 33x30 or 34x30 since my RB1 is a tad bit long.
     


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    That's so odd PG2G. I am 6' even and I wear 30x32 RB11s, and they dont bunch or wrinkle except for a small break, but they're fine.
    Have you washed them at all yet?
     


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    I remember feeling kind of like an old man when I was wearing them. Seems like they fit more like trousers on me than jeans. Perhaps that's how they're supposed to be?

    Maybe I just need certain Rag & Bone specific shoes, hehe. With my Mexico 66 you can probably see a little bit of sock (from the side) when I lift my leg, maybe something like high top chucks or boots would be better suited.

    I'll throw them on when I get home and take some pics.
     


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    That's so odd PG2G. I am 6' even and I wear 30x32 RB11s, and they dont bunch or wrinkle except for a small break, but they're fine.
    How the hell? Unless you're pulling a Thom Browne, I don't see how those could possibly fit you. I'm 5'10" and 32" inseam is just enough for me.
     


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    How the hell? Unless you're pulling a Thom Browne, I don't see how those could possibly fit you. I'm 5'10" and 32" inseam is just enough for me.

    My actual inseam, as measured by a tailor, is 32 I am 5'11". Whether an inseam is long enough for you depends on how low you wear your jeans (32" is always more than suficient for me since my jeans hang low), how much rucking up you want at the bottom, and how long your actual inseam is (i.e. how long your legs are.)
     


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    Yeah, but when I measured the inseam last time, it looked closer to 31 than 32, but I could have been doing it incorrectly.

    I guess wearing them low is always an option though.
     


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    Yeah, this is really just an issue of different body types. I'm right around 6' and I pretty much always need a 34 inseam--my actual inseam is right around 33" and I need my pants to break significantly or I feel like an old man. It saddens me that I'll probably never be able to wear Rag & Bone, but on the other hand, my wallet is rejoicing, so maybe it's a good thing?
     


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    So, I finally confirmed with about everyone (Nathan included) and their mama that 32x34 Rag & Bones do not exist. Its a shame, because they are awesome jeans...

    That said, I tried on a 34x34 (RB6d) for kicks and the bottom of the legs still didn't hit the ground (with no bunching or anything), terrible. I'm thinking I'd need a 32x36 to be happy, especially accounting for shrinking.

    Anyway, now I'm stuck with a NWT 32x32 (RB6a) that I won't even bother putting on. [​IMG]

    Okay... end of rant :p


    Shirts too long and jeans too short. Whats going on here?
     


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    Shirts too long and jeans too short. Whats going on here?

    Well, I think we can both agree that the jackets are perfect? [​IMG]
     


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