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The Official RRL Thread

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

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  1. Wazmo

    Wazmo Member

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    I can tomorrow. I wrote them down and left it in my binder. The bucket hat is quite cool. It isn't chambray its more of a nylon/cotton blend. Very much what a bucket hat should be. THe denim newsboy is selvage.
     
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    oboy_oboy Senior member

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    That is a dope chambray oxford. I love it. Big fan of button down collars which are harder to find in nice chambray. Plenty of workshirts, nice to see a simple, clean version. How much was that one? I assume it's a new(ish) current offering?
     
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    RRL Slims in a measured 31, raw

    Any ideas where to find/what size that is nowadays?

    Bay Area / Mail Order
     
  4. Wazmo

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    The workshirt is brand new it just came in with the icon product. I got it on Friday and it came in on Thursday. I will take more pictures of the product later or tomorrow. There is also a really neat two pocket work shirt as well and a western that is selvage denim.

    As for the 31 raw slim fits I will check tomorrow and see where I could find a pair. I know they are out there, but sizes have been getting real limited, so it may take a second. It would have to be a charge send if any are found because I doubt the store closest to you will have any. What length are we looking for?
     
  5. edubs01

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    Wazmo-
    do you work for RRL?

    That chambray oxford is really nice. I actually own both the chambray selvage western and 2 pocket chambray workshirt. I got both at the Miami RRL. Paid $225 for each of them.
     
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    stag menswear in austin has a buttload of RRL denim right now.
     
  7. Wazmo

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    adubs01, I don't know if you have the newest of the new western and work shirt, but the ones that just came in are outstanding. The materials, design, and overall look of the shirts make the group. They are both $225 as I recall, but I will have to look again to verify that.
     
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    Wazmo - do you have pics?

    Also how much was the chambray oxford you posted?
     
  9. Wazmo

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    edubs01- I do not have any right now, but I'll get some tomorrow or the next day. The shirt is $225.

    As for the hats here we go on prices. I matched them up with sequence of pictures.
    newsboy selvage denim- $85 and newsboy stripe- $85
    baseball cap- $55 and tan driver- $95(original)/$29(sale)
    boat hat- $75 and grey driver- $85
    driver pin stripe blue/white- $85 and green newsboy- $85(original)/$39(sale)
    trucker hat- $55, indigo dyed recycled cotton beanie- $119(original)/$89.25(sale) and orange baseball cap- (sold, can find another if need be)
     
  10. givemefive

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    31x34

    Is the sizing TTS now?
     
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    edubs01- I do not have any right now, but I'll get some tomorrow or the next day. The shirt is $225.

    As for the hats here we go on prices. I matched them up with sequence of pictures.
    newsboy selvage denim- $85 and newsboy stripe- $85
    baseball cap- $55 and tan driver- $95(original)/$29(sale)
    boat hat- $75 and grey driver- $85
    driver pin stripe blue/white- $85 and green newsboy- $85(original)/$39(sale)
    trucker hat- $55, indigo dyed recycled cotton beanie- $119(original)/$89.25(sale) and orange baseball cap- (sold, can find another if need be)


    Nice prices. I managed to find some of those very hats on a Japanese site (because I couldn't see them anywhere else):

    http://www.kookychunk.com/product-li...?sort=featured

    And they are about $140- $150 a pop, so $75 or $85 is quite nice.
     
  12. Wazmo

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    givemefive- The sizing for that jean will be pretty TTS. Of course everyone is different, but I wear a 29 and buy 29 in that jean. Remember it will stretch since it is raw, so it will end up at about a 31.75 or so. I do know where a few are and if you would like them to be found please shoot me a PM. Thank you.

    somatoform- Those prices are not bad compared to the site. I have looked over it before and they have some pretty neat stuff that hasn't been seen in a while. I even saw they had the boot on there, but they were sold out.
     
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    Quick question: Do the Officer Chinos run true to size in the waist?
     
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    Quick question: Do the Officer Chinos run true to size in the waist?


    As far as I'm concerned, yes they do...
     
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    Quick question: Do the Officer Chinos run true to size in the waist?

    The selvage ones I have are at least 2" larger than the tagged size.
     
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    All the RRL chinos I've seen are much bigger (inseam and waist) than tagged.
     
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    The chinos are def vanity sized.
    I own 3 pairs and they are all 30x30 (waist measures out to a 32).
     
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    All the RRL chinos I've seen are much bigger (inseam and waist) than tagged.

    Interesting- when I was at a RL store trying on RRL chinos last fall, the one that -fit- best was "true to size". I didn't have a tape measure, just various pairs and a mirror. Presumably ymmv.
     
  19. Wazmo

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    The answer to the chino question is as follows: you will want to buy a size down if you can fit into them. They will stretch and will stretch anywhere from a size to two sizes. When they are washed they will go back to original size, but not shrink smaller. Your true size will fit and you will love them, but very shortly you will wish you had sized down. And by very shortly I mean an hour or so.
     
  20. benchan

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    Can anyone comment on the quality and fit of the China made RRL deck khakis(the one with "thin" belt loops)? I am a bit uncertain on paying about 120 USD for a relatively relaxed fit khakis
     

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