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Are the pants you received actual RRL with their correct tags?For sure! The price tag is pretty well-worn so I suspect that pair has made a few trips back and forth from the warehouse. Also they are vanity sized even by RRL standards, nearly 4” bigger than the tagged size
I think I remember your original post about that incident, it definitely takes the cake!Are the pants you received actual RRL with their correct tags?
Last summer I ordered a pair of RRL denim direct from RL they sent me a pair of disgusting, smelly, ratty old jeans that somebody had swapped the tags for and returned to RL. I don't know how whoever processed nor the person who processed my purchase didn't notice - I mean the pants literally stunk like petroleum and the crotch was threadbare! Oh well, RL made me whole again.
It's not like it has stopped me from buying more RRL, I just thought it was a funny story and I was reminded of by you getting the wrong pants.
I think the W&B would look better after a few more wash so the color gets more mooted and it's not as "sharp/shiny"I think I remember your original post about that incident, it definitely takes the cake!
Yes these were real RRL— they had the ubiquitous “Sgt Robt V Pima” military style tag and the writing inside the waist with the measurements etc looked right, by all appearances it was just the wrong item.
In other news I also got that W&B shirt that was recently discussed, it’s definitely a great shirt! Not too sure about the color but for $16.50 I’ll find a way to wear it
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Those look like they are likely made by Rios of Mercedes. I have several pair of their boots, and they are very well made. I think of them as the Alden of western boots. They should last you as long as you want to wear them.