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The Official RRL Thread

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

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  1. Alcibiades

    Alcibiades Senior member

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    It's much more of a buying and selling / commercial thread than other brand threads on the forum.
     
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    I have a pair (well, they're on ebay) and they are pretty well used. The elastic hasn't made them that loose. Still fit very snug.
     
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    I guess the thing I would be concerned about with the elastic would be durability.
     
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    These are very well worn, and so far the elastic has held up better than the soles.
     
  5. deez nuts

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    there's a indigo patchwork polo coming out for summer under blue label that is very reminiscent of RRL. i'll see if i can find the photo again later today.
     
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    Fair point, but in this case I was responding to specific questions and trying to level-set expectations, not advertising stuff I'm not even sure I'll want to sell.

    All things considered it's going to be much less of a hassle to return the stuff I don't want to keep and avoid the whole b&s hullabaloo.
     
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    With that in mind.... My first fit pic.
    Serape cardigan (polo Ralph Lauren) a simple RRL v neck and RRL Big Oak work pants. Sorry for the pic quality.[​IMG]
     
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    Awesome cardigan!
    But damn...those pants are baggy ;)
     
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    +1. Did you get them oversized, or are they meant to look like that?
     
  10. Kensington

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    Those look like JNCO's.

    [​IMG]
     
  11. captainshields

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    Haha Jncos was immediately what I thought of too...had several of them back in the day!
     
  12. koidragon

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    They are meant to be baggy ....not everyone likes to wear slim fit pants that hug your body like a woman. I like to be comfortable and this is what I wear.
     
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    Does anyone wonder why more people don't post pics with replies like this?
     
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    [​IMG]
     
  15. Kensington

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    I'm not knocking you. I secretly envy the comfort of baggy clothes wearers. All my pants cut off circulation to my nuts.
     
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    Sorry for the misread..... I wear scrubs all day at work which makes it next to impossible to get used to form fitting clothing.
     
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    I don't get the super baggy or the jegging tight fit. My personal preference is jeans that fit but allow room for my nuts.
     
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    I agree.... Most of my jeans are the RRL straight leg cut which seem to do just that. My thighs are too muscular to get the correct fit in any of the other fits. Unfortunately it seems that RRL is starting to put out less and less of the straight legs.

    I wear the baggier carpenter type pants at home as a substitute for sweatpants. Especially during this Polar vortex of a winter here in the north....you get a little bored just staying in your home in sweats all day... even if they are RRL sweats.:satisfied:
     
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    There's a huge difference between these and skin tight jeans...
    I hate skin tight jeans too (even though to get a fit I like the waist is always tight on me)...but these just look like 5 sizes too big that's all I was saying.

    To each his own! And who knows...maybe baggy will make a comeback.

    I still like the cardigan more ;)
     
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