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sweatshirtjackets with fur-very nice!!!!!

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by maxret, Oct 22, 2006.

  1. maxret

    maxret New Member

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    hi,

    do you know the sweatshirtjakets with fur from www.individualboysclub.com.

    I`ve been to munich two weeks ago and there i saw these jackets.

    Unfortunately theres no place where you can buy them here but you can get them on there hompage.

    How do you like them?
     
  2. ninjapie

    ninjapie Well-Known Member

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    I think they are horrible. They'd probably go well with the male UGGs, though. If you dig that kind of style, that is.
     
  3. knucks

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    I've seen some done by D&G and Juicy (i think?) that were amazing. looked way better than those. [​IMG]
     
  4. chim

    chim Well-Known Member

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    I've seen some done by D&G and Juicy (i think?) that were amazing. looked way better than those.

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    the entire current season of Abercrombie and Fitch is super heavy duty sweatshirts with fur lining. I'm talking 2 sweatshirts sewn together heavy duty. might be worth a look
     
  5. Bungee Man

    Bungee Man Well-Known Member

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    American Eagle is doing it too.
     
  6. knucks

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    Too bad it's ruined COMPLETELY with ABERCROMBIE on the front. This one doesn't look half bad tho! Might get it on sale: [​IMG] Wow..everyone's jumping on the raw jeans bandwagon. Even AmericanEagle has raw rinse.
     
  7. Calden

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    Hey Knucks,
    Is that first pic you posted D&G or Juicy?
    Thanks, C
     
  8. knucks

    knucks Well-Known Member

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  9. LA Guy

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    Are people into Juicy Couture Men now? Let the record show that
    I was saying that they had some decent stuff a long time back and was thoroughly slagged for that opinion.
     
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    If I could spend $650 on a hoodie I would be into it, but even if I was filthy rich I don't know if I could justify that. It looks pretty sweet though, I might try making my own if I don't find something more affordable, maybe with shearling?
     
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    That's preposterous. It probably costs $5 to make. 1 sweatshirt + 1 dead cat= $650
    [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  13. dusty

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    Are people into Juicy Couture Men now? Let the record show that
    I was saying that they had some decent stuff a long time back and was thoroughly slagged for that opinion.


    No, you were wrong then and you're wrong now [​IMG]
     
  14. ratboycom

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    If I could spend $650 on a hoodie I would be into it, but even if I was filthy rich I don't know if I could justify that. It looks pretty sweet though, I might try making my own if I don't find something more affordable, maybe with shearling?

    I would have a hell of a time justifying a hoodie for that price also.
    Now that Jacket that is my Avitar.... that is selling for around $600. If I had the money to spare... maybe I would buy it. Its wild enough that even If I didnt wear it, it would be a sweet piece to display in my closet.

    Its by Takuya Angel
     
  15. shuguru314

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    i agree with LA guy, Juicy mens has some nice pieces, but its kind of hit or miss with them

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    here's another fur lined hoodie this season
     
  16. ratboycom

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    im really surprised to see the whole fur lined thing take off like this. Last year I wore a Snowboarding Jacket with a fur-lined hood and everyone in town thought I was some kind of fruitcake... but then again, thats the price I pay for living in a conservative town.
     
  17. drizzt3117

    drizzt3117 Well-Known Member

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    I rather like Juicy Men's velvet blazers, and I have a pair of green velour pants that I bought at Saks Off 5th for $8 that are really comfy for laying around the house and watching sports and stuff...
     
  18. ts4them

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    That Juicy fur-lined hoodie is truly awesome!!! The others are pretty meh, I would rather go naked than wear fake-fur!
     
  19. Brian SD

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    I rather like Juicy Men's velvet blazers, and I have a pair of green velour pants that I bought at Saks Off 5th for $8 that are really comfy for laying around the house and watching sports and stuff...

    Thanks for the steamy visual.
     

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