Discussion in 'Regular Ralf / Alf' started by mynudies, Feb 5, 2007.
I might be interested, didn't know the Ralf came in dry japan denim...
heres the link
would the sizing be the same compared to dry selvage
like in previous posts everyone says size down. since it runs big....
are there two versions of the RRDS's floating around? I swear i've read on some sites (online stores) 14 oz selvage, and some saying 13.5 oz selvage, and cultizm has them as 'Rare Japan 13,5 OZ Denim'
i can't find the sites, but i swear i've read on a few that the RRDS are 14 oz
I seem to recall that they're actually 13.5, so perhaps if the minority of sites are saying 14, perhaps they're rounding the numbers.
they are actually 13.25oz (according to Nudie), the only DS that is 14oz. were the LFDS...
so basically, yes they are rounding the numbers and no, there are not two versions...
cool, cheers for the clarification
i was giving it some thought and i came to the conclusion that calling it a alf has not cought on at all. Most stores and people are still calling it a ralf. Just a thought
Well Nudie calls and labels them R. Alf just to avoid a lawsuit, doesn't really matter what other people call it.
Got my RRDS's on the way straight from aussie land it's my first pair of nudies so i'm rather excited!
i'm new to the forum
but i was wondering if my nudies regular alfs dry are selvage?
because the guy i go it from said they were
not too sure
The tag on the inside of the right leg near the hip should tell you all the info (ie. cut, size, selvedge).
How does, too much washed and less worn rrds look like?
Look at the price already
That's insane, it even looks like it hasn't been washed inside out. Can't do much more mistakes :mrgreen:
those nudies are worthless now.. the fading magic is gone... may they rest in peace
I would like to see how this pair could fade with hard wear.
And the "magic" isn't gone.
I saw pictures of awesome faded jeans and their were washed frequently.
It's a myth that washed dry won't fade as good imo.
And in the end it all comes down to taste and discussing it is worthless
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