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What do you think of this hoody?

mondayc

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Skinny or not, it's better to have clothes that fit. The rule is especially true when you're layering it.
 

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Just size yourself right. American Apparel cuts their clothes well, you're not going to get all the stupid of most hoodies where the body is a huge bag with an elastic on the bottom that wraps around your waist and causes all kinds of random and unnecessary drape. They have XL in the American Apparel, just because the model is wearing small doesn't mean you have to as well...
 

allan1

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I agree with above.
AA makes good products with well-thought cut.
I would not buy the hoody, but compare the sizing with your clothing before you purchase though.
It seems returning the item may cost you more than the hoody itself
 

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I'm 5'11'' 170 pounds (not SuperFuture small by any means), and the AA hoodie I posted is cut perfectly for me in medium.
 

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When I first got AA, I thought it was cut nice. Then I got a MJK hoodie, and realized the AA cut was garbage.
 

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Originally Posted by mondayc
Skinny or not, it's better to have clothes that fit. The rule is especially true when you're layering it.

If they are indeed baggy then large will fit me snug.. I'm sort of in between sizes right now
 

BrettChaotix

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Not sure what your budget is but Wing & Horns or Spruce make excellent quality hoodies in "traditional" sizing and in "slim" sizing. Sometimes a slim-XL is a better fit than a traditional-Large. Also, I think the green tiger fleece is pretty badass.

You should also consider Michael J Krell hoodies (see affiliate link above)

Use the buy/sell threads here and on SuFu to save some money.
 

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