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G-Star Jacket

post #1 of 6
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Hunted the net for a pic. All I can tell you is that it's hot. Its black has dress shirt ends (hem or what ever you call the bottoms) distressed but cleverly. It's part of the new collection. Will give more info (pics even) when I get more info. Hardly do I ever claim to love articles of clothing. This jacket is bordering on that emotion.
post #2 of 6
sometimes their fit is ok (i think the shirts run a little short); but g-star's branding is so loud that they're really following in the steps of diesel by ruining good clothes with ostentatious logos.
post #3 of 6
That's not true of all their jackets. In fact the previous season is fairly subdued logo-wise. JoMak_NYC, they make many jackets. Which are you talking about?
post #4 of 6
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Originally Posted by Kent Wang
That's not true of all their jackets. In fact the previous season is fairly subdued logo-wise.

JoMak_NYC, they make many jackets. Which are you talking about?

Yes you are right re: logos and it seems this season is quite subdued as well. I envy teh British rapper that was in teh store at the same time as me that just grabbed one and said "...... and I'll take one of these". The jacket is hot IMO.

edit:

I called the store and it's called the Army Quilted. Happens to be their hottest seller at the moment. :-/
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Ok I tried it on again and took a pic for the board. What do you guys think? Worth $180???

post #6 of 6
It's not bad, but I certainly wouldn't pay 180 for that.
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