Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by whodini, May 21, 2009.
Didn't really wear them enough to tell, but I think they did around the ankle yeah.
That RRL sweater looks kind of similar to this Rugby hoodie.
if anyone sees the raw cowboy shirt in xs hit me up
give one of the stores a call. they had an XS i tried on in SF
Hit up Robert (Dastig). He is on this thread and an SA in Chicago. I'm sure he can help you.
haha robert was the first person i emailed and he said it was old stock and didnt think it was available. ill call SF store and see if htey have it
My thoughts exactly. From the pic I can't tell what the fabric is like and that's important because from the pic it looks like the 2011 western (minus the pocket stitching), in which case I wouldn't buy it (because I already have one and the fabric is light - no more than 7oz - and boring). But I really can't tell. Would love to see a close up pic or get someones opinion on the fabric.
just get the straight legs and remove the back pocket stitching
I tried this on a few days ago, and while the fit was on point, I have to agree with somatoform that the fabric is nothing to get excited about. Its been washed so it probably wont fade much and its only about 5-8 oz. When I saw it was $265 (before the discount) I expected a bit more. The snaps are nice, the fabric is eh. If it was 150 or so it may be worth it. You would be better getting the LVC one if you are looking for a lightweight raw denim shirt.
wow, they just keep jacking each other's designs haha. keeping it all in the family.
is the private sale and pre-sale the same as the sample sale they do twice a year or is that completely different?
Anyone know the PSR status at the outlets? Im going to be heading by Woodbury tomorrow and dont want to stop if i dont have to
I was there a week and a half ago and there was no RRL. But things may have changed.
just wanted to thank dastig for great customer service on a pair of once washed low straights
if your in chitown or need to find a particular rrl product, hit him up asap!
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