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RRL Raw Selvage Bootcut (barely) Jean

BlvdDandy

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I have for sale a pair of Double RL (RRL) Selvage Bootcut jeans, the ones that I'm told were designed by the current 5EP designer and people are snatching up all over eBay. This pair is BNWT and marked as 31x32, but in reality are a 34x32. These jeans are famous for being mismarked, which is in fact the reason I'm selling them. I've since found a pair (also mismarked) that fits correctly, and I love them. The denim is beautiful - dark, rich, slubby - and the fit is exactly to my liking: slim, low rise with the most subtle of bootcuts (barely perceptible). Yours shipped for $75, which is what I originally paid on eBay (including shipping). You can find pictures of these all over eBay but if you need me to take specific pictures of mine, I'm happy to do it.
 

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Can you clarify how the 34" measurement was taken?
 

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So I guess you're usually a 31 and they don't fit you?
 

BlvdDandy

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I measured the waist by lying them flat and measuring across the back. I just did it again and it's more like a 34.5.

And no, I'm actually a size 35/36 waist. I knew these ran large but I didn't know by how much. I've since purchased the right size (a 32).

I'll try and take some pictures tomorrow. Anything you'd like to see in particular?
 

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