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The Official RRL Thread

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

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  1. AnFinsceal

    AnFinsceal Member

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    Hi, I'm interested in picking up a shirt in the current sale, but I am unsure of the sizing with regards to the different shirt styles.

    I'm 5'9" and wear a 36R suit jacket. My chest measures 37-38" and I take a 14.5" dress shirt. I prefer a slim enough fit, for example I need to get the Polo classic shirts taken in at the sides/arms. I am interested in the following shirts:

    Casement Ombre Matlock - Size XS: http://www.ralphlauren.co.uk/product/index.jsp?productId=13519001&cp=4320611.4906311.6299591&ab=ln_holding_highlights_%3Cb%3Errl%3C/b%3E

    Caseman Plaid - Size S: http://www.ralphlauren.co.uk/product/index.jsp?productId=10372661&cp=4320611.4906311.6299591&ab=ln_holding_highlights_%3Cb%3Errl%3C/b%3E

    There is also a XS chambray shirt that I am interested in but it is only available in XS and fear it might be too tight across the chest.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated. I have not yet bought any RRL products and do not live near a store
     
  2. superego

    superego Senior member

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    dude, go to the ralph lauren website. click on the RRL header and go to the denim section. the cut/wash I referenced is included and for sale there
     
  3. hoit1981

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    ^ And make sure it's the US site, not the UK / Euro site.
     
  4. dmagic

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    Anyone know if they are doing a gambler this season ( not a fur lined one like last year but a thin jacket like seasons prior ) ?
     
  5. hoit1981

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    RRL really does make some nice waxed jackets. I like this a lot, but don't need another waxed jacket at the moment. Maybe if this is still around in the sale I'll pull the trigger then...

    Collins Oilcloth Jacket
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    Also liking the Twill Campbell Jacket
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    And bloody hell! $700 for a brown, merino-blend grandpa cardi! Oh dear.

    Also like the New Clifton Boot... Looks like it might be natural CXL?
     
  6. Sym

    Sym Senior member

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    Does anyone know who makes the Jodhpurs?
     
  7. gumercindo

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    Does RRL still make the oxblood jeans? I used to see them on B&S a bit a couple years back but I haven't seen them in some time (on B&S, ebay or B&M stores).
     
  8. zippyh

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    I'm guessing Cheaney.
    Those definitely look good but $1200 is pretty insane for Cheaney.
     
  9. RRL CLOTHING

    RRL CLOTHING Senior member

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    Anyone own any oilcloth jackets here? Have you guys washed them?

    If so did you retreat them with Oilskin wax afterwards or did the factory wax remain?

    I'm thinking of doing a cold wash to one of mine with mild detergent.
     
  10. Winston S.

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    Filson says not to wash theirs, so I don't wash mine...

    Actually, now that I think about it, mine might be washable. If I did though I would want to re-treat.
     
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  11. Dave_SFU

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    Ive seen Barbours washed before and the result usually ends up look like RRL waxed jackets
     
  12. hoit1981

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    I've only ever sponge washed mine. I think putting in a washing machine cycle would really fuck them up.

    If you do it, let us know what happens :)
     
  13. srgprod

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  14. hoit1981

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    Tempting but I just bought 2 pairs of rigid slims from eBay seller menamall at an awesome price. I do like silviob1999 though - nice seller and always willing to discuss prices.
     
  15. deez nuts

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    dave do you have pics of the washed jkts?
    i have a barbour but havent worn it enough to warrant a cleaning. but barbour has these events from time to time where they clean/wax your jkt for free.
     
  16. NAMOR

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  17. harveyrabbit

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    Great questions.

    I have this coat from last season:
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    Wore it through the Seattle rains last Winter, and it finally started to develop a lot of creasing and lines. I'd like to re-wax, but I have no experience with it. Anyone done so with this jacket or a similar? Looking for tips on the process.

    -Thanks
     
  18. gnatty8

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    Nothing special, just exactly as you describe, about 1 1/2" rolled twice..
     
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  19. kmdsimpson

    kmdsimpson Senior member

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    Tried a pair of these slim fit in Roper Wash from the online sale. These are so nice in real life. But the slim fit is such a problem for me. I don't know whether to try to stretch these things out, buy oversize and live with the waist, or just give up. I wish they'd make these in straight leg.

    The online pictures do not do these justice.

    [​IMG]
     
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  20. cincikid

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    Thanks, Gnatty. Out of curiosity, are the LWBs a JCrew version?
     

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