• STYLE. COMMUNITY. GREAT CLOTHING.

    Bored of counting likes on social networks? At Styleforum, you’ll find rousing discussions that go beyond strings of emojis.

    Click Here to join Styleforum's thousands of style enthusiasts today!

the2ndhandman

Distinguished Member
Joined
May 12, 2015
Messages
1,966
Reaction score
11,899
that's been my beef with some higher end RL pieces. namely RRL. they have the whole "child of the depression Americana vibe", but make a large majority of the stuff overseas. i mean would it kill them to find american manufactures... like skyblue in SF, work with Vidalia Mills and the like to make their RRL garments? perhaps a collab with Goodwear for uber-high end RRL leathers?

but what do i know... RRL leather A2 flight jackets go for as much money used as high end American repros... and they're made in china.
Lots of rrl pieces are made in the USA. From sweatshirts to denim to leather. The made In china/Philippines garmets have the great majority of the fabrics made in the USA then sewn overseas. Of course the USA stuff will cost more as its union labor. We always charge more.
 

Attachments

flipstah

Distinguished Member
Joined
Oct 31, 2017
Messages
3,817
Reaction score
13,959
Lots of rrl pieces are made in the USA. From sweatshirts to denim to leather. The made In china/Philippines garmets have the great majority of the fabrics made in the USA then sewn overseas. Of course the USA stuff will cost more as its union labor. We always charge more.
hey! Hope you’re good over there!
 

Loosethreads

Well-Known Member
Joined
Feb 17, 2015
Messages
59
Reaction score
433
Haven’t Posted in a bit but here are some expensive(ish) things from the thrifts in Oz.

Tiffany Sevillana 925 cufflinks $25
DBC6AEFB-96BF-482C-B30B-8CF03B22B8FC.jpeg
4A5DA9C4-81FA-4B60-AE80-AC30959E7DA2.jpeg

Brunello Shorts x 2
DD931A13-4FDE-4202-8AE8-A16A8213CF2A.jpeg
7767798F-AA9E-4941-8AE1-3A1FAAC4165E.jpeg
AB04314B-B5C4-4C6C-B0B7-325BE3D92B95.jpeg
26285B8D-8042-4CFD-896B-63193DD9DBFA.jpeg

big Boyz Vilebrequin
B9C86800-879A-49FB-B0AF-F39CF8FC39A9.jpeg
275AC9D0-BDC8-4D56-8183-0C3DA2217851.jpeg

RMs Moleskin x 2 T. rex legs.
18F14815-EC10-4E99-BA7D-874E1FB1D1DE.jpeg
A79F0CFD-8888-41B6-8E3D-85BFA762723A.jpeg

supreme s hoodie
2AD54893-5BC8-4E32-9F08-DF37225651E8.jpeg

TAG Tracer Jacket
3E2501B6-DE95-4CF0-8555-19E2397236DC.jpeg
DB959C48-2CA5-486D-9C36-769F35D65FFD.jpeg

RMs Belt
B1124A66-6BCC-47B1-A51E-152B132CFC71.jpeg
2472392B-54EC-4997-B94F-42B03C36E4B3.jpeg

RB 3379 Polarised and Versace 4170
image.jpg
 

StanleyWingtip

Senior Member
Joined
Jan 31, 2017
Messages
565
Reaction score
2,870
How do I clean leather without causing water spots and/or streaking?
depending on the leather and how expensive it is, I use a few different techniques. usually start with a lightly damped cloth (not dripping, but barely wet to the touch (TWSS)). Wipe it all down. Let it sit for 30 min. Then i'll use lexol,bick 4 or a leather conditioner called Horseman's one-step ( works really well for old baseball gloves and has lanolin in it).. When i condition a high end bag i'll use saphir renovateur though cuz why not.

I think the keys are to use less product than you think you'll need, work on one small section at a time and spread it around in a circular motion rapidly.

if you need to apply a second or third coat, so be it. easier to add than remove.

Buffing helps warm up the cream/conditioner and spread the love around too. If you think you over-applied product, buff/brush immediately to spread it out/soak some up.
 

Fueco

Stylish Dinosaur
Joined
Mar 8, 2012
Messages
16,108
Reaction score
30,174

Styleforum is proudly sponsored by

Featured Sponsor

Favorite Shorts Length

  • Above the knee

  • Knee length

  • Below the knee

  • None of the above

  • Mid-thigh ("short shorts")


Results are only viewable after voting.

Related Threads

Forum statistics

Threads
461,886
Messages
10,021,681
Members
208,493
Latest member
masonboutique
Top