Discussion in 'Apparel, Shoes & Accessories' started by JazzMan, Nov 21, 2005.
James Perse hoodie...
eio (excess is ok) hoodies are dope.
kinda tacky imho, i'm more of a basics man myself
That EIO hoody screams "Corey Worthington" the party kid lol - each to their own I suppose?
haha true, true. Its funny you say that. They are so bright and over the top you can really only wear them a couple times a year. They sure are comfy though...
Boo ****ing hoo. It was 13 degrees here earlier in the week. Its mid summer.
...and to think I just came back from 40 degrees in the desert...
^ 11c is pretty cold for australia- maybe not for melbourne, tho ;-) yeah, we got a pinch of the cold snaps this week too, probably the coldest it's been this year, but my point was that with such a short winter here, hoody-hunting is only really valid in the anticipatory lead-up to winter- once the days start getting longer again, there isn't the same kind of imperative driving me to find the perfect hoody anymore because by the time i get it, it'll be too warm to wear it again...
bought a new hoodie today , love it :]
past two sweat jackets have looked really bad.
i agree. sorry boys.
I like AA, cheap, and looks good.
^ each to their own, i suppose...
Wouldnt say cheap but i like em too.
I still wear my first AA hoodie (navy) from 2 years ago. I wear it to work most days as a carpenter. Theirs holes, fade and stains everywhere but it just gives it more character. :mrgreen: The fit is still the best.
My new AA hoodie doesnt have the same fit...
Same model, same size, different color...
^ def not cheap in australia- i like em just fine, but cotton basics like that should cost probably half what you'd pay here for AA
They are only 45$ or 50$ here, which is about as cheap as you can find a hoodie unless it is from Walmart haha.
Uniqlo is 1000 times better then AA imo.
Its true about AA pricing in Australia, I just go to the AA store here for sizing reference and get my stuff on eBay for about half the price, with a few multi-buy options for Tshirts, etc.
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