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post #16 of 31
Supreme has the only sweatshirt I'd think about spending $150 on. They're thermal lined, absurdly heavy, and undoubtedly well made. They're like the filson of streetwear. Call them up and ask them to send you one.
post #17 of 31
What about Hanes?

They're $10 a pop, and hold up fairly well over time.
post #18 of 31
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Originally Posted by VersaceMan
I'm looking at the website now and am actually surprised with the hoodies.

This one looks kind of cool:

http://www.oldnavy.com/browse/produc...scid=419506022

The distressed ones also seem to be on sale for $20.
The quilted one is really really nice. You can't see it in the photo, but they're lined in black jersey and there's a gorgeous green seam tape behind the blue zipper. The hood and torso are quilted and slightly insulated, but the arms aren't.

The sizing is ridiculous and huge (I'm 5'11 189lbs with a bit of a bubble in the middle and the small fits me perfectly), but the garment is well-cut, well-constructed, and very warm without being bulky. Well worth the $40.
post #19 of 31
the best hoodie i own that,
under 100 is J-Crew Broken in Hoodie (color: Navy)
above 100 is Diesel Jumasce (its little bit over 200)
post #20 of 31
you can find the w+h/ spruce if you look around a bit...maybe not anymore but in the beginning of fall you usually can
id rather just spend a few more the your hundred dollar limit and buy one of those
post #21 of 31
So what are some slim hoodies I can actually lay my hands on in Vancouver or Seattle year-round (or at least without camping out overnight in from of CYC)? LA Guy's top-tens sound very nice, but most of them aren't even abundant online, never mind in stores.
post #22 of 31
I see that stevenalan.com now has W+H slimfit hoodies in stock, sizes S, M.

This may be old news, some time back they were harder to get...
post #23 of 31
I've heard the Jumacse (Diesel) is absolutely amazing. Haven't had the chance to see in person.
post #24 of 31
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Originally Posted by minimal
I see that stevenalan.com now has W+H slimfit hoodies in stock, sizes S, M.

This may be old news, some time back they were harder to get...


why is no one jumping on these? thought they were a hot item 'round these parts...
post #25 of 31
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Originally Posted by KennyGhetzoff
why is no one jumping on these? thought they were a hot item 'round these parts...

People mostly get all tweaked over the tiger fleece hoodies, I think. Still, I doubt the W+H slim fits will last long. I'm thinking about it myself.
post #26 of 31
hehe.. gone already, alright—fess up. It was you suace, wasn't it?
post #27 of 31
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Originally Posted by KennyGhetzoff
hehe.. gone already, alright"”fess up. It was you suace, wasn't it?

No, I was going to wait until I got back from NYC on Sunday, since I expect to spend money there. Looks like that decision's been made for me....
post #28 of 31
Eh, better off... want a spruce in heather grey or black anyway!
post #29 of 31
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Originally Posted by Arethusa
W+H/Spruce is worth the cost, though I can understand not wanting to pay that much anyway. They're well made, but $150 is uneqivocably expensive for a hoodie.

Towards the cheaper side of things, J Crew, Uniqlo, and American Apparel make good hoodies. J Crew's the most expensive at $60, but I really do like them, and they're well made, even if the zippers can be a little annoying at times. Uniqlo's stuff is just generally very well made for the price. Still, while I haven't tried it on, I'd be worried that the fit would be somewhat baggy; a lot of their stuff for the American stores is made pretty relaxed. American Apparel is really lightweight and even rather overpriced at full retail. If you go through someone with a wholesale account, though, they're a damn good buy at ~$20.

Are J.crew's hoodies slim fit?

Is there a consenus here on which brand's hoodies offered the best "fit"?
post #30 of 31
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Originally Posted by Kane
Your profile says you're in Seattle.

Make the 2h drive up here. You know we have a sample sale on, right? Obscene prices that are making people on here and on SF weep, gnash their teeth, pull their hair out and spring woodies. All at once. Good stuff.

Where is the sale held? Is it over now?
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