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post #241 of 249
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Originally Posted by Mexicorn View Post
Found these at an AE in king of prussia marked down to $20. They look pretty damn decent. Who knew AE sometimes sells quality footwear? The fact that it was marked down so much makes me think that it was a failed experiment, however.
It was a failed experiment. They used to sell those in Martin & Osa stores before AE closed them down. They probably made their way to the closest American Eagle store.
post #242 of 249
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Originally Posted by Cheese1 View Post

Visible selvage on the belt loop, aw snap! Who jocked whose steez now?

I'd almost get a pair just to see what they're like, but, like most mall brands, they don't make them with a small enough waist and a long enough inseam (and I'm willing to bet these are vanity-sized like a mofo).
post #243 of 249
from the close ups they look super thin, and they wont fade well is my guess.
post #244 of 249
Reviving this thread. I'm actually not finding this "Barracuda" (lawl) jacket half bad. I like the preppyness and also can't seem to find the eagle logo anywhere, which is always a good thing. Thoughts? Or should I be shunned forever for thinking unpure un-SF kop thoughts?
post #245 of 249
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Originally Posted by raptorrapture View Post


Reviving this thread.

I'm actually not finding this "Barracuda" (lawl) jacket half bad. I like the preppyness and also can't seem to find the eagle logo anywhere, which is always a good thing.

Thoughts?

Or should I be shunned forever for thinking unpure un-SF kop thoughts?

They also have a few chambray shirts this season (also unbranded) and a bunch of eagle-less plaids.

I think that jacket is a little... loud, but it's progress
post #246 of 249
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They also have a few chambray shirts this season (also unbranded) and a bunch of eagle-less plaids. I think that jacket is a little... loud, but it's progress
I think the beauty of the whole thing is... the average AE-consumer (being high schoolers, college kids, and the occasional mid-life crisis sufferer) is going to gloss over most of these "standout" items and is going to buy the same shit they always do (baggy jeans, frayed pique polos, flip flops, etc). So once in a while getting these items might not be a bad thing. On a model:
post #247 of 249
American Eagle sells clothes, thus I no longer wear clothing.
post #248 of 249
Not too bad. I'm not above kopping it. I got the logo-less chambray and it's fine.
post #249 of 249
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Originally Posted by raptorrapture View Post
I think the beauty of the whole thing is... the average AE-consumer (being high schoolers, college kids, and the occasional mid-life crisis sufferer) is going to gloss over most of these "standout" items and is going to buy the same shit they always do (baggy jeans, frayed pique polos, flip flops, etc). So once in a while getting these items might not be a bad thing.

On a model:


looks gay
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