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That first RLPL fit is pretty bad. Well, the sweater on its own looks good but the buckle and boots? Not so much..
 

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Has anyone bought one of the mountaineering parkas in recent seasons, and if so how did you find the fit? I often find myself between a S and an XS when it comes to RRL outerwear and sweaters.

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Has anyone bought one of the mountaineering parkas in recent seasons, and if so how did you find the fit? I often find myself between a S and an XS when it comes to RRL outerwear and sweaters.

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I'm between sizes too. L and XL tending towards L for outerwear and sweaters. I bought last winter's puffy quilted and the packable popover quilted in L and they're bother pretty generous fits.


 

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I'm between sizes too. L and XL tending towards L for outerwear and sweaters. I bought last winter's puffy quilted and the packable popover quilted in L and they're bother pretty generous fits.


these are somewhat Wal-mart looking for me - I’ll stay with patagucci and mtn hardwear for my puffies
 

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They’re the cowboy jeans from 2019 I believe. I washed them and they marbled which sucks but still get worn regularly.

the boots/shoes are great, but took a while to break in. The footbed was pretty uncomfortable with exposed stitching but now are great for all day wear.
 

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Has anyone bought one of the mountaineering parkas in recent seasons, and if so how did you find the fit? I often find myself between a S and an XS when it comes to RRL outerwear and sweaters.
i have the red one from last year. i am between S and M depending on items. i took S for this parka because it's really puffy and a bit oversize to me. there are fit pics of this parka deep into the thread.

And now i see the army green one from this year...i should have wait for it...Red is nice but army green.....mmmmm
 

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