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post #16 of 26
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Originally Posted by randomtw View Post
any place online to see loopwheeler, spruce, wings+horns, reigning champ, etc?

anybody have more info on the company cyc? curious to see which brands they manufacture for

randomtw,

Reigning Champ can be found online here:

http://www.deadstock.ca/catalog/appa...ng_champ_n.php

or here:

http://www.havenshop.ca/ShowProdByBr...r=1&BrandId=43

Loopwheeler here:

http://www.loopwheeler.co.jp/store/index.html

Wings + Horns, Reigning Champ, Engineered Garments, etc, offerings are seasonal and most of the past seasons stuff is sold out.

The Spruce brand name changed to W+H and then to Wings+Horns last season so anything labeled Spruce is from a previous season, if that makes sense. CYC makes hoodies for Supreme, Alife, and other smaller private labels. Spruce/Wings+Horns/Reigning Champ are their own brand names. Here's a link to an interview of the CEO of CYC which hopefully will help put things in perspective:

http://www.highsnobiety.com/features...hamp/index.htm

You can also search this forum for W+H or Spruce for more on their designs, sizing, etc.
post #17 of 26
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Can you take a pick of the spruce and wings+horns hoodie? (or is it just called spruce /wings + horns and they arent seperate names for the same thing) how thick is the eg hoodie? is odin-odin new york, if so do they ship?

EG hoodies are seriously thick with a separate, thermal lining. Reigning Champ made some thermal lined hoodies (I got the last one they had at Union in LA) that are of equivalent thickness to EG but more generously sized (The EG hoodies run a bit small in my opinion); the only place I've seen them online is Caliroots in Sweden. Keep in mind that thickness/thermal lining=bulk and this needs to be taken into consideration when comparing measurements or trying to gauge fit if you are buying online and can't try it on.
post #18 of 26
+1 for whoever mentioned Ever. I like their hoodies, they are a bit thicker than average, made in the U.S., and have a nice waffle texture lining. Two caveats however: 1) The tag is very long, like half a foot, but it has dedicated space for your name and address. Sometimes it sticks out when I wear it. 2) The hood is HUGE. Personally, I like it, b/c I look like the emperor guy from Star Wars and it protects me from the elements, but I could easily see where it could be too big for some people. I think they run in the mid $100s.
post #19 of 26
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is there a place to see spruce/wings+horns past collections? I'll do a search on here later and see what I can come up with

is the EG hoodies too thick to wear all year round?
post #20 of 26
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Originally Posted by randomtw View Post
is there a place to see spruce/wings+horns past collections? I'll do a search on here later and see what I can come up with

is the EG hoodies too thick to wear all year round?

The easiest way to see previous seasons stuff would be to search the Buying and Selling Forum and do a search for "Spruce".

Unless you are very cold-blooded, you probably wouldn't want to wear an EG hoodie when things warm up.
post #21 of 26
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Originally Posted by woadie View Post
+1 for whoever mentioned Ever. I like their hoodies, they are a bit thicker than average, made in the U.S., and have a nice waffle texture lining. Two caveats however: 1) The tag is very long, like half a foot, but it has dedicated space for your name and address. Sometimes it sticks out when I wear it. 2) The hood is HUGE. Personally, I like it, b/c I look like the emperor guy from Star Wars and it protects me from the elements, but I could easily see where it could be too big for some people. I think they run in the mid $100s.

where to get these?
post #22 of 26
revolveclothing.com and activeendeavors.com both carry ever. and they both have discount codes.
post #23 of 26
FWIW, Camber USA and Kellsport are US sweatshirt makers that produce sweatshirts with up to 90% cotton, or perhaps more. They are bigger in fit but they're quite thick, workwear/industrial. Camber can be seen at camberusa.com and kellsport at sweatshirtusa.com. They're pretty common on Japanese sites as well. Camber makes a nice long band at the waist and has long cuffs too.

http://www.camberusa.com/industrial.asp

http://www.sweatshirtusa.com/
post #24 of 26
Look up Huffer. From NZ. I've had my green Huffer hoodie for years.
post #25 of 26
so...anybody get one of these kellsport hoodies? made in fall river, ma, no less.
post #26 of 26

I have had many Kellsport sweatshirts and they are the bomb !  Best quality sweatshirt that I have found so far.  I order them from

www.sweatshirtsusa.com

http://www.sweatshirtsusa.com/

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