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post #31 of 38
pr0n for you freaks.

post #32 of 38
I must have the first one. Kane, are you using it in any of your garments?
post #33 of 38
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Originally Posted by Kent Wang
I must have the first one. Kane, are you using it in any of your garments?

You can buy that one online for $25 or so.
post #34 of 38
We had it waaaaay back in a custom jacquarded sweater, and it turned out very nice. But nothing as of late, or in the forseeable future. It's kinda preppy. I like the super chunky ones myself, and I've been bugging our design team to do one with a bigass zipper for a while now. It's amazing that the zippers look so coarse and huge, but still slip on and off like silk.
post #35 of 38
Was in Seattle over the weekend and browsed the cheap rack at the Urban Outfitters downtown. They have some German Military uniforms with 2 zippered pockets and a single one-way zipper down the middle. Guess who the germans use for zippers? Was about $30 for the jacket, IIRC.
post #36 of 38
I bought the hemmingbone zupper from Londa in the 22 inch and it showed up today. The thing for starters is to short for a sweatshirt by like 4 inches, and the zipper is tiny. I think it might even be for a purse? Where can you get the riri zippers similar to the ones found on a spruce hoody?
post #37 of 38
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Originally Posted by Kane
pr0n for you freaks.


I have a hoody with the first zipper except the teeth are randomly black and silver.
post #38 of 38
I saw a guy with a pair of levis cords with those multicolored riri on the side... looked pretty cool.
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