Ralph Lauren Rugby Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by NAMOR, Jul 28, 2011.

  1. randomkoreandude

    randomkoreandude Senior member

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    is caruso still making rugby suiting? its the imported ones right?
     


  2. Saturdays

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    Pilling is on par with PRL's shaggy sweaters that I own.


    Made in Italy ones, from what I understand, are still Caruso - although in my experience not fully canvassed, rather they are half canvassed.
     
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  3. randomkoreandude

    randomkoreandude Senior member

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    right i knew they were half. are there any online right now? they only say imported so not sure if they are caruso
     


  4. Saturdays

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    Yeah, I see your point - they all say Imported. I would think it is not Made in Italy, if it says Imported.

    Usually that means Macau, China, etc..

    If its USA/Italy they make sure its stated
     
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    I agree, I've corrected many mistakes on their site this season - so I wouldn't be surprised if Made in Italy was overlooked, I'll probably give them a call when i have some downtime today
     


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    Any update on this?
    I still think they are all made in China. The $500+ jackets are fully lined and thick wool. Rugby this collection all made in China.
     


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    waiting on a callback. I'm more inclined to think they are not Made in Italy, at the moment.
     


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    Callback just for this info ! lol ... I think calling a store would be much easier they could just check the label.
     


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    yeah, i'm gonna call a store tomorrow
     


  10. Froosh

    Froosh Senior member

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    Guys, how's the fit on this season's vintage university chinos in comparison to RRL officers? True to tagged size? Has anyone tried removing the new logo patch on the back?
     
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    I have one of the new uni chinos. Mine doesn't have the logo at the back(thank god). Fit is good. Not too slim.
     


  12. Froosh

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    The legs taper to a pretty slim opening right? Was yours true to tagged size? Not a fan of the new logo patches either and not sure if removing will leave an outline.
     


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    The leg opening was 20.5/21 cm in my size 34, I tailored them to 19 and now are perfect.
     
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    verdict?
     


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