The Official RRL Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by whodini, May 21, 2009.

  1. NAMOR

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    Not all outlets carry RRL.
    I have never seen RRL at any outlet. [​IMG]
     


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    I haven't had good luck with RRL store. I messaged them 2 different times for 2 different pants and both messages were "fits true to size" Someone who is two lazy to take measurements isn't going to get my dollar.

    Yes, EnduringStyles prices are very fair.

    One reason you see so much RRL around is the outlets have been getting strong shipments in. I believe it is instantly 75% off once it hits the outlet. I get another 30% off that for being an employee, and have been able to get some jeans for around 40 dollars. Unfortunately, the closest outlet to me that carries RRL is 3 hours away. There are so many resellers now, that I could go out their and they might be bought out. Outlets usually get shipments every tues and thurs and no store knows what they are getting. Not all outlets carry RRL.


    you work there? PSR is at 50% right now. no offense because i appreciate your participation, just saying.
     


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    Msrp $69.50
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    Msrp $185 el oh el at RRL.
     


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    Yeah, there's no sense in buying extra similar stuff like that unless you ballin' out the ass.

    It's the unique pieces that make RRL so amazing to me. Expensive ass shit!
     


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    Yeah, there's no sense in buying extra similar stuff like that unless you ballin' out the ass. It's the unique pieces that make RRL so amazing to me. Expensive ass shit!
    buy this to go with your avatar [​IMG] I dont see the point of paying the RRL premium for tops. The jeans/chinos/workpants however, are worth every damn penny
     


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    Man, get outta here with that. That rug looking thang. LMAO.
     


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    I haven't had good luck with RRL store. I messaged them 2 different times for 2 different pants and both messages were "fits true to size" Someone who is two lazy to take measurements isn't going to get my dollar.

    Yes, EnduringStyles prices are very fair.

    One reason you see so much RRL around is the outlets have been getting strong shipments in. I believe it is instantly 75% off once it hits the outlet. I get another 30% off that for being an employee, and have been able to get some jeans for around 40 dollars. Unfortunately, the closest outlet to me that carries RRL is 3 hours away. There are so many resellers now, that I could go out their and they might be bought out. Outlets usually get shipments every tues and thurs and no store knows what they are getting. Not all outlets carry RRL.


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    Man, get outta here with that. That rug looking thang. LMAO.
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    hey roman, i've seen both those shirts (and the club collar shirts that came as part of PRL's "ivy row" collection), and it's very obvious which one is better when you get into it. is it a $120 difference? that is definitely up to the wearer to decide.
     


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    I've been noticing the PRL and Rugby lines getting very close to RRL for a while now. Up close, they won't be exactly the same, but they are close enough that only the RRL afficianado will notice the differences. And no matter what anyone says, PRL and Rugby are great quality; I would not be surprised if they are made in the same factories for the China stuff. Rugby is just a much younger aesthetic, and PRL is a wider (i.e.: not as fitted and blander) demographic. My one pair of Rugby raw selvedge jeans are damn good denim. And I've recently purchased some of the PRL Sportsman line and been impressed. I'm not saying this to take away from RRL at all. Just sayin' that those other lines are very good, too, if you like their styles.
     


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    is it a $120 difference? that is definitely up to the wearer to decide.
    I've been noticing the PRL and Rugby lines getting very close to RRL for a while now. Up close, they won't be exactly the same, but they are close enough that only the RRL afficianado will notice the differences. I'm not saying this to take away from RRL at all. Just sayin' that those other lines are very good, too, if you like their styles.
    These are very good points. Whats odd to me is that because of RRL I have grown to appreciate PRL and Rugby more. You would think that the cheaper brands would be the gateway to the pricier brands i.e. honda -> acura, RL - RLPL.
     


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    I've been noticing the PRL and Rugby lines getting very close to RRL for a while now. Up close, they won't be exactly the same, but they are close enough that only the RRL afficianado will notice the differences.

    And no matter what anyone says, PRL and Rugby are great quality; I would not be surprised if they are made in the same factories for the China stuff. Rugby is just a much younger aesthetic, and PRL is a wider (i.e.: not as fitted and blander) demographic. My one pair of Rugby raw selvedge jeans are damn good denim. And I've recently purchased some of the PRL Sportsman line and been impressed.

    I'm not saying this to take away from RRL at all. Just sayin' that those other lines are very good, too, if you like their styles.


    i hate to sound like theRRshop or something, but if you aren't super particular about the details, it makes a lot of sense to avoid RRL and just buy polo or rugby.
     


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    you work there? PSR is at 50% right now. no offense because i appreciate your participation, just saying.
    Not sure what PSR means. I do know that this specific outlet puts their RRL at 75% off. They don't exactly get much in either, or get any of the really unique items in. I have no clue how the other outlets do it. RRL line is rarely talked about even at Lenox Mall in Atl. I think the majority of Polo clothing isn't quality. Some of it is very good though. Edit. I have an extremely part time job there. Good discounts.
     


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