The Official RRL Thread

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

  1. RobearH

    RobearH Senior member

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    Measurements and pic sent to me by a SA, then passed on to someone who asked.
     


  2. Nopike343

    Nopike343 Senior member

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    Thanks. They are already on their way back. Made in USA, kind of disappointing.
     


  3. stickshift

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    Still waiting for this too.
     


  4. srgprod

    srgprod Senior member

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    This happens all the time now with boots. They use plastic/nylon shanks that don't seat as well as steel so you see a greater amount of creaking boots out there.
     


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    Starting Tuesday it will be 25% off sale price.
     


  6. Nopike343

    Nopike343 Senior member

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    FWIW The site states that the boots have a steel shank.
     
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  7. JChance

    JChance Senior member

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    is that on top of the 40%?

    Never mind: I think it is.

    New question: is that the lowest mark down of the season before hitting the outlet?
     
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  8. Froosh

    Froosh Senior member

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    Hrmm I've had this happen with my combat boots before but the clicking problem went away on its own and I don't notice anything structurally wrong with them.
     


  9. indigoeagle

    indigoeagle Senior member

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    I see.
    So they fit a bit smaller than the measurements?
     


  10. jim10

    jim10 Well-Known Member

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    I posted earlier about the A2 jacket, and that I went with the XL. The L just was too tight in the shoulders. I know a lot of guys like snug fitting leather jackets, but this leather is very thick, making it very restrictive if it is snug. Plus, the L sleeves were a little short on me.

    Having said that, the more I looked at the jacket, the more I felt it was too baggy in the chest and waist. I ended up having my tailor take it in 4 inches on the sides. I just don't see this jacket fitting well for most people without some tailoring.
     


  11. Richard Pryor

    Richard Pryor Senior member

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    Pics please
     


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  14. wornandtorn

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    Hi,

    I purchased a pair of RRL Slim Fit Rigids from this seller about 4 months ago. I can attest that the jeans I purchased are authentic. The seller has a small shop in LA's garment district. I picked the item up from her in person and had no issue.
     


  15. Dave_SFU

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    What are the measurements on it if i may ask? Thinking of picking up a small of it as well
     


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