The Official RRL Thread

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

  1. hoit1981

    hoit1981 Senior member

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    There's one here. Looks like it might be pretty expensive.
     


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    Not familiar with the W+H pants but the RRL slim fits are definitely not skinny. They are a slim tapered fit. For reference my RRL slims are 31x32. I have a few pairs of N&F slim guys in the same size and they are a little slimmer in the top block than my RRLs. The thighs on my RRL are about 12". If you can fit into skinny jeans, these probably aren't for you.
     


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    Yeah, if that's in Yen, it's pretty pricey. I looked at the Academy one too - similar style, but it's the RRL details that make it for me, particularly the corduroy pockets. I have a vintage WWII peacoat with them and they're killer. Other than some of the vintage repros, this is the first new/"modern" coat I've seen that belongs in the same league as vintage ones.
     


  5. Dave_SFU

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    New RRL boots are starting to come out.

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    Theres a black engineer coming out too and two new Bowery Boots.
     


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    The new leujene toebox looks nicer than the old one, retail price?
     


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    Thanks for the info. Never tried the N&F Slim guys. Will keep this in mind. Seems like context is the only store apart from RL's website to get these. Anywhere i can get them cheaper or should i just pay $200+ and get them at retail?
     


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    I think that one is called the Washington now.
     


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    Everything is made in the UK this year too which kind of defeats the purpose of those fancy boxes they come in
     


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    The boxes say USA?
     


  12. Dave_SFU

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    Made in the USA, Union of Craft. Boots that built the country
     


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    I don't like the curved last on the second pair. They look like elf boots. Put bells on the toes.
     


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    You need to shut you dirty mouth and stop tempting me with that last remaining peacoat (in my damn size) on the website :drool:

    Oh, and sweet wallet...

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    Get it! If you've never had corduroy pockets - you'll never want anything else.

    I'm sort of a peacoat junkie and it's the nicest repro of the World War 1 style that I've seen (actually one of the first, there's a couple Japanese repros of WW2 coats for $700 - $900ish).
     


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