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[Costco] Costco Super Dry Men's Hoodie - $59.99

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[Costco] Costco Super Dry Men's Hoodie - $59.99

Saw this at the Richmond Hill (Ontario) location. Orange label style: https://www.superdrystore.ca/ca-en/mens ... odie-green

Only grey and navy was available.
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What's special about this brand?
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I don't get it... looks like a standard hoodie to me. How is this Japanese fashion?
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Is Canada Goose the owners of this brand?
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Bleh. No XXL or XXXL.
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Their hoodies are extremely comfy, fake Japanese aside.
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I saw these too. Checked them out, they seemed on par with Roots. I prefer to go to Roots for Hoodies when they're on sale, support a Canadian owned business and all.
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djemzine wrote: Bleh. No XXL or XXXL.
Yeah, the fit is a little small. I usually wear a Medium for most brands but for superdry, I usually go for Large and even XL depending on the style.
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All my clothes are super dry when I buy them?.....

I'll show myself out.
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Newpunk wrote: I saw these too. Checked them out, they seemed on par with Roots. I prefer to go to Roots for Hoodies when they're on sale, support a Canadian owned business and all.
Roots is not even Canadian Face With Tears Of Joy

Roots:
This one might come as a shock to you, but Roots wasn't even created by Canadians. The iconic "Canadian" brand was the product of two Americans who had gone to a camp based in Algonquin Park and after falling in love with the area over 13 Summers of revisiting, they created the Roots brand that has taken the country by storm. The majority of the company's stakes are now held by Searchlight Capital Partners, an American investment firm.
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I've seen some Super Dry clothing at Winners/Marshall's as well although I don't quite get why it's so pricey.
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Newpunk wrote: I saw these too. Checked them out, they seemed on par with Roots. I prefer to go to Roots for Hoodies when they're on sale, support a Canadian owned business and all.
I've recently moved away from Roots as just about all of their products (leather aside) is made in China.

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