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Camo Hoodies

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by tynedesigns, Mar 25, 2006.

  1. tynedesigns

    tynedesigns Member

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    We have great quality Camo (woodland style) Hoodies over at
    www.tynedesigns.co.uk
    But we're always looking for ideas for new styles.
    i.e we have just placed an order for 500 purple hoodies to be made up, similair in style to BAPE, these will be like the ones we have at present, tremendous quality 360 gsm (unlike BAPE's, were your frightened to wash them)! And certainly nowhere near their $1000+ price[​IMG]
     
  2. weirdnjfan1

    weirdnjfan1 Senior member

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    It's nice and all, but I think the reason why people want bape is because of the fact that they are so outragous. That is the main reason.
     
  3. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    Dude, it's cool to promote your own stuff, but not if that's all you do. Do you think that you could post some pics so we know what your product is all about? That would make fora more interesting discussion.

    Personally, I'm not a huge fan of BAPE stuff, or even all around prints, but what sets your stuff apart from, say, MHI?
     
  4. tynedesigns

    tynedesigns Member

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    Sorry for the lack of pics in the posting LA.
    We do many items of clothing, we have been offered a few items for which would be sought out by the Goth's out there, i.e Parachute cord trousers (plain or camo pattern), Bondage Style etc. which would be £19.95! These are from "Mercy Goths" Range
    From "Hell Bunny" there's kilts (both men & womens), again around £19.95 mark. For pics of these just go to e-bay and enter the trade name Mercy Goth, Hells Bunny or Mercy Street in the search box, we'll normally be around a half of the e-bay sellers prices!
    From one of our other suppliers we can offer Camo BDU's (on our web page there's a nice red camo pair pictured) Denim Jackets (up to 5XL) etc!
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  5. jamesbond

    jamesbond Senior member

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    Sounds like your just trying to ride the BAPE trend and sell cheap imitations to those who cant afford BAPE. I dont like BAPE stuff as it is but if i did i would buy the real thing. good luck.
     
  6. tynedesigns

    tynedesigns Member

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    James mate, where do you get the cheap imitations from, your telling me that the woodland pattern camo was a BAPE take off? 350 gsm is inferior to BAPE? What you'll get from me is quality gear at a fair price, without a monkey in sight![​IMG]
     
  7. jamesbond

    jamesbond Senior member

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    James mate, where do you get the cheap imitations from, your telling me that the woodland pattern camo was a BAPE take off? 350 gsm is inferior to BAPE? What you'll get from me is quality gear at a fair price, without a monkey in sight![​IMG]

    quality or not its still a trend that will soon be overplayed. I think most people who buy BAPE buy it because of the brand or because of the outrageousness of it but probably because of the brand. Anyways good luck to you.
     

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