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post #1 of 13
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Hey everyone, I received the Juicy couture velour jacket as a present, and I must admit it's great. Its the black velour track jacket and its warm and comfortable. I completely recommend it. Its selling at Neimans in black and a mossy green color for about 130. What track jackets does everyone else have?
post #2 of 13
Is it not too shiny? I would be afraid of wearing a shimmery velour tracksuit myself. I have a black/white/orange Y-3 track jacket.
post #3 of 13
Juicy is starting to make quite a few guys things, thankfully they don't have their logos on them They seem to be high quality though, the velvet blazer looked good.
post #4 of 13
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It's not shiny at all. Its of a soft non shimmery velour. I believe the brands like Phat Farm, Ecko, etc. all have the shiny velour. But i agree juicy is making top quality items for men. The items like the blazers/velour are decently prices with great quality. However they seem to go overboard when they charge 66 bucks for a plain white t-shirt
post #5 of 13
I've got a Lululemon track jacket, one of the most comfortable garmets I own, love the material. I used to have a few vintage Fred Perry, Adidas, and Puma jackets when I was in high school, but I kind of wore through them. I'm kind of curious to see what the Juicy jacket looks like, any pics? Aaron
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Juicy is starting to make quite a few guys things, thankfully they don't have their logos on them  They seem to be high quality though, the velvet blazer looked good.
yeah, my brother was commenting the other day about JC track pants for women and how it spells out J-U-I-C-Y right on the ass. then we were doing some post t-giving shopping at Nordstrom Rack yesterday and saw someone wearing those pants. got a good chuckle out of that one. -Jeff
post #8 of 13
This one looks pretty comfortable. Can't say I'd go for the whole "tracksuit" (always been an anachronism to me) but the jacket looks comfy. Aaron
post #9 of 13
It's the return of the tiny-faced guy.
post #10 of 13
I happen to have a few juicy suits - a black velour, navy terry cloth, and just sold a camel velour suit. They are perfect for the weekend.
post #11 of 13
lol
post #12 of 13
I have the velour jacket. Very comfortable for hanging around the coffeeshop or library or chilling at home in. Really glad it doesn't say "Juicy" on the back.
post #13 of 13
Do people really pay $220 for a warm-up suit? Just asking.....way out of my league.
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