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No, I've been trying to decide which to pick up for a few days. I want both but I'm trying to figure which one to get first and decided on the hooded one because there's a lot of different ways to play with it (removable hood, drawstring waist, ruched and drawstring sleeves...). And for some reason I feel like the cotton has a bette chance of being around in a few weeks.
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nice @OccultaVexillum, be sure to post fit pics when you get it.  All the details look so cool.

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Damn. What jeans are those? That's FW brick bomber, right?
post #8915 of 10824
JE scarab, brick bomber yes.
post #8916 of 10824
brick bomber is so good
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mauve fisherman is back in myhabit in a S.  it's my return.

 

it's really really good if you want a chunky sweater.  it was slightly big on me and I'm usually a 48, but sometimes 46.

 

it's the same one in the light brown color as the guy was wearing who interviewed robbie geller on apple AFAIK

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Besides Meyvn and Notre, any idea who else is/will be carrying the garment washed hooded bomber?
post #8919 of 10824
Ssense has it.
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Lol he helped you make your decision? Can you give your impressions when you get it?

Lol kinda. I was leaning towards the garment washed structured one, so that makes it easier for now.
post #8921 of 10824
Its weird how it's 530 for the olive on notre but 605 for the brown
post #8922 of 10824
Yeah that's weird. I mean I know some retailers price things differently but $70+ seems like there's more to it than simply setting a different price.
post #8923 of 10824
^ I assumed it was difference in fabric issue - but nope, both 100% nylon.

And the doper color (subjective) is less expensive
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Hard to say, SSENSE tends to make a lot of great products look fairly shitty.
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Yea I was leaning towards the brown one more because I don't have anything in that color but a $75 difference is noticeable.
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