- Nov 7, 2011
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Stan Ray was basically like Dickies was 30 years ago: solid workwear(though Dickies was always of better quality. Those Stan Ray jungle greens were probably $15 a pop ten years ago... then all of a sudden they’re $40-50-60... and they started making all sorts of non-workwear items with giant logos(rugby shirts, etc.). Really odd they went from cheap, throwaway workwear to chic streetwear with the price tag to match.I've got mixed feelings about Stan Ray.
It's first a brand of real work wear i think ? But here it became fashionable for a few years. I saw their clobber in a department store the other day, and they seem to try now to hit a larger audience, with clothing quite far from what they did originally.
I do like their fatigue trousers and their fatigue shorts, but don't have any.