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where to buy RRDS

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by blackplatano, Aug 9, 2006.

  1. blackplatano

    blackplatano Senior member

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    Im feeling like making my first dry pair of jeans a RRDS. I live in NYC and im sure there must be a nudie dealer somewhere in the city. I would like to try the jeans on in person if possible, but not if i have to pay retail. I read in the forum that revolve gives 30% off to first time buyers, so that would drag the cost down to around $185. Is that the best deal on some RRDS? Do all the nudie dealers in NYC charge full retail? Thoughts? Thanks
     
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    Im feeling like making my first dry pair of jeans a RRDS. I live in NYC and im sure there must be a nudie dealer somewhere in the city. I would like to try the jeans on in person if possible, but not if i have to pay retail. I read in the forum that revolve gives 30% off to first time buyers, so that would drag the cost down to around $185. Is that the best deal on some RRDS? Do all the nudie dealers in NYC charge full retail? Thoughts? Thanks

    You can always try them on at a place like Atrium or Barneys Co-op (both have them) and then buy them online if you like them...
     
  4. mikee

    mikee Well-Known Member

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    You can always try them on at a place like Atrium or Barneys Co-op (both have them) and then buy them online if you like them...

    barney's coop in chelsea didn't have them last time i checked a few weeks ago.
     
  5. crash

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    You can always try them on at a place like Atrium or Barneys Co-op (both have them) and then buy them online if you like them...

    That's what I ended up doing. I tried a pair on at a Barney's co-op and then ordered from kitchener.ch for $187. I asked for priority shipping (additional $10US) and got them in about 10 days.
     
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    edit: oops ^^^ he mentioned it already
     
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    barney's coop in chelsea didn't have them last time i checked a few weeks ago.

    I was told by a salesperson at the Chelsea location that only the main store at 60th and Madison carries Nudies.
     
  8. JoMak_NYC

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    Im feeling like making my first dry pair of jeans a RRDS. I live in NYC and im sure there must be a nudie dealer somewhere in the city. I would like to try the jeans on in person if possible, but not if i have to pay retail. I read in the forum that revolve gives 30% off to first time buyers, so that would drag the cost down to around $185. Is that the best deal on some RRDS? Do all the nudie dealers in NYC charge full retail? Thoughts? Thanks

    Go to Atrium on Bway & Bleecker. They always have them. Try them on there - then get them online as suggested.
     
  9. blackplatano

    blackplatano Senior member

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    do does stores have a large selection or just 1 or 2 sizes? I don't want to go and they don't have my size to try.
     
  10. dingleberry

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    go to flying A, at Spring Street & W.Broadway they have:

    Regular Ralf
    Slim Jim
    Baggy Bjorn

    in many sizes (thought no 32" inseam) but tailoring is free and they do it for you in like 15 minutes.
     
  11. JoMak_NYC

    JoMak_NYC Senior member

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    So $180+ is bottom line for RRDS???
     
  12. dingleberry

    dingleberry Well-Known Member

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    in nyc, that would be a good price.
     
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    I'm also looking to buy a pair of RRDS. Are there any online retailers that have a size 29 in stock? I already checked fos5 and revolveclothing and no luck...
     
  14. JoMak_NYC

    JoMak_NYC Senior member

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    I'm also looking to buy a pair of RRDS. Are there any online retailers that have a size 29 in stock? I already checked fos5 and revolveclothing and no luck...

    kitchner if you don't mind ordering from europe and waiting a while.
    context if you don't mind paying full retail

    good luck!!
     
  15. Yoda

    Yoda New Member

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    kitchner if you don't mind ordering from europe and waiting a while.
    context if you don't mind paying full retail

    good luck!!


    I agree, I bought my RRDS at the kichener for $166 including shipping to the US. Great service, but the shipping takes between 2-3 weeks.

    http://www.kitchener.ch/html/en/shop/index.php
     
  16. andyl

    andyl Well-Known Member

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    I ordered a pair from kitchner today. They didn't have any size 29's on the 32 inseam so I had to go with a 30. I hope they won't be too big.
     

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