Who makes a great henley?

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  1. ts4them

    ts4them Senior member

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    I prefer one with many, smallish buttons, any ideas?
     


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    jean_connoisseur23 Senior member

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    -armani
    -american apparel
    -henley's
    -apc
    -dior
    -guess
     


  3. JO3B

    JO3B Senior member

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    uniqlo's have about 5 buttons going down. however they are really thin.

    some may like them but i prefer their other ones which only have 2-3 buttons.

    jcrew has really nice thick ones but their about 35-40 dollars. that doesn't exactly do it for me.
     


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    digital_denim Big Lose

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    Don't know about in Japan, but in the US Avirex is definitely a ghetto brand.
     


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    RustyRyan Senior member

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    I have a jcrew one from a couple seasons back that's absolutely perfect, they might be worth a try
     


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    lance konami Senior member

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    Paul smith has a new henley style shirt that's freaking awesome, but its like $400 or $500.

    edit: Found a pic, hard to see though.
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    ts4them Senior member

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    Thanks guys, I'll wait until the Uniqlo store opens in Soho just to see theirs (I actually prefer a thin one to be honest). That Paul Smith one is the hotness and so the look I would want if I had the duckets.
     


  9. Rye GB

    Rye GB Angry Englishman

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    Don't know about in Japan, but in the US Avirex is definitely a ghetto brand.

    It's owned by Ecko, that's why!. Working there was a real eye opener, talk about people with no scruples. Nine months of utter chaos/bullshit.
     


  10. cheapmutha

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    It's owned by Ecko, that's why!. Working there was a real eye opener, talk about people with no scruples. Nine months of utter chaos/bullshit.
    they destroyed zoo york too. i was talking to clyde about it a few months back, and they took one of the best skateboard companies and made into a joke. they didnt pay him for months straight, and then fired him for breach of contract when he didnt show up to a demo that he had to drive himself to. bunch of snakes.
     


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    mass Well-Known Member

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    jeff clyman, who founded the original avirex now has his own company 'the cockpit'. http://www.cockpitusa.com the website is horrible.
     


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