Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by whodini, May 21, 2009.
There's one here. Looks like it might be pretty expensive.
I'm loving the look of the Limited Edition Bowery Boots. Yum.
Edit: I just noticed that they were sold for $2,030. Wow.
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.
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.
New RRL boots are starting to come out.
Theres a black engineer coming out too and two new Bowery Boots.
the first 2 look nice
The new leujene toebox looks nicer than the old one, retail price?
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?
I think that one is called the Washington now.
Everything is made in the UK this year too which kind of defeats the purpose of those fancy boxes they come in
The boxes say USA?
Made in the USA, Union of Craft. Boots that built the country
I don't like the curved last on the second pair. They look like elf boots. Put bells on the toes.
You need to shut you dirty mouth and stop tempting me with that last remaining peacoat (in my damn size) on the website
Oh, and sweet wallet...
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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