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[Wings + Horns] 50% off Wings + Horns 1x1 Slub clothing items

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50% off Wings + Horns 1x1 Slub clothing items

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Wings and Horns having a sale of select items in their collection. Decent sale on their items made in Canada with good selection of size and colour atm.

Shipping is $10 in Canada
Free shipping over $200
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$90 for a t-shirt on sale for $45. I could not for the life of me see myself buying a tshirt for $45 half off or not.
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this brand is sold at nordstrom i believe, should be pretty good quality. picking up a few to try.

thanks OP
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Dealsniffer wrote: how is the fit?
Fit's true to size, they have sizing charts and measurements for each item and they're accurate. I have a couple dozen items from them, ranging from long/short sleeve tops, button downs, sweaters, hoodies, outerwear, pants.
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great prices. This is a solid Canadian company with their items made in Canada. I believe they're the sister company to Reigning Champ
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board123 wrote: What is a slub?
"A slubbed fabric is created with slight knots and knobbles, which can be seen as thicker, raised threads on the fabric surface. These 'imperfections' are either a characteristic of the yarn (particularly natural fibres), or created purposely with the intention of giving the fabric an organic, tactile look and feel."
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Wings and horns is a legit Canadian brand. I never buy uniqlo, gap, h&m basic crap anymore.

Size up. 5'10 165lbs athletic build, I wear large.
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W+H is legit. I have a cardigan and it's definitely one of the favourite things in my closet. Company has a cool backstory too.
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pwned.u wrote: $90 for a t-shirt on sale for $45. I could not for the life of me see myself buying a tshirt for $45 half off or not.
More expensive T-shirts tend to last longer than cheaper ones.

Are you buying $5 T-shirts?
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Balduno wrote: More expensive T-shirts tend to last longer than cheaper ones.

Are you buying $5 T-shirts?
More expensive T shirts last longer? You know that rappers and pop singers have their own clothing lines and sell t shirts in the hundreds of dollars. Also how many studies are out there that compare the longevity of less expensive vs more expensive t shirts? The high cost of clothing is mostly due to branding.

Heres one for $450 https://www.ssense.com/en-ca/men/produc ... rt/3859381
that should last you a lifetime.

If I bought $5 t shirts would that make you happy? Would that also prove that hundred dollar shirt would lasts longer? If I bought $3 t shirts I'd be bragging about it due to a price error from a major sporting brand......
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pwned.u wrote: Heres one for $450 https://www.ssense.com/en-ca/men/produc ... rt/3859381
that should last you a lifetime.

If I bought $5 t shirts would that make you happy? Would that also prove that hundred dollar shirt would lasts longer? If I bought $3 t shirts I'd be bragging about it due to a price error from a major sporting brand......

Expensive doesn't always equal quality, but with W&H it does. $45 isn't a lot for a high quality shirt, it's 2020 and even an absolute garbage H&M shirt will cost you $20 and last only months.
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pwned.u wrote: More expensive T shirts last longer? You know that rappers and pop singers have their own clothing lines and sell t shirts in the hundreds of dollars. Also how many studies are out there that compare the longevity of less expensive vs more expensive t shirts? The high cost of clothing is mostly due to branding.

Heres one for $450 https://www.ssense.com/en-ca/men/produc ... rt/3859381
that should last you a lifetime.

If I bought $5 t shirts would that make you happy? Would that also prove that hundred dollar shirt would lasts longer? If I bought $3 t shirts I'd be bragging about it due to a price error from a major sporting brand......
I’m basing this on my own experiences.

I don’t really give a **** about clothing from rappers and pop singers. Their stuff is trash, and they don’t use quality ingredients. Their shit breaks down easily. They are often Gildan blanks/bases which get screen printed on.

I have tshirts from different brands that are in the $20-$30 range (on sale, clearance), and many of these have lasted me for over 10 years with minimal cracking/peeling, stretching, fading, etc.

So you are saying that less expensive clothing brands use the same type of fabrics and materials as more expensive brands?

I’m not someone who wears off white. For people who can afford it, good for them.

I’ve bought $5 tshirts before, and they’re just not as good as more expensive shirts. The quality of the fabric in a $5 tshirt is usually not as good as a $20, $30, $40 tshirt. $5 tshirts stretch and fade quicker than more expensive shirts. If there are graphics/screen print, they tend to fade more quickly. And for a $5 tshirt, there’s unlikely be to be any embroidery. Embroidery tends to last longer than any screen print. $5 tshirts are generally disposable, like the ones you find at H+M and those kinds of retailers.

There’s a price to pay for quality.
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Balduno wrote: I’m basing this on my own experiences.

I don’t really give a **** about clothing from rappers and pop singers. Their stuff is trash, and they don’t use quality ingredients. Their shit breaks down easily. They are often Gildan blanks/bases which get screen printed on.

I have tshirts from different brands that are in the $20-$30 range (on sale, clearance), and many of these have lasted me for over 10 years with minimal cracking/peeling, stretching, fading, etc.

So you are saying that less expensive clothing brands use the same type of fabrics and materials as more expensive brands?

I’m not someone who wears off white. For people who can afford it, good for them.

I’ve bought $5 tshirts before, and they’re just not as good as more expensive shirts. The quality of the fabric in a $5 tshirt is usually not as good as a $20, $30, $40 tshirt. $5 tshirts stretch and fade quicker than more expensive shirts. If there are graphics/screen print, they tend to fade more quickly. And for a $5 tshirt, there’s unlikely be to be any embroidery. Embroidery tends to last longer than any screen print. $5 tshirts are generally disposable, like the ones you find at H+M and those kinds of retailers.

There’s a price to pay for quality.
What I was saying is that more expensive does not equal to longer lasting. I used to buy marks work wear house t shirts for no more than $15 and were made of a thicker cotton and lasted for over 10 years. My point is the more expensive anything is, definitely clothing, the more you pay for the name brand. That's why the most expensive clothing comes from gucci, prada, and versace.

TBH I used to buy a lot of graphic tee's which weren't of the hightest quality bur the prints/designs were unique with money going to the artist. They were roughtly $25 each
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pwned.u wrote: What I was saying is that more expensive does not equal to longer lasting. I used to buy marks work wear house t shirts for no more than $15 and were made of a thicker cotton and lasted for over 10 years. My point is the more expensive anything is, definitely clothing, the more you pay for the name brand. That's why the most expensive clothing comes from gucci, prada, and versace.

TBH I used to buy a lot of graphic tee's which weren't of the hightest quality bur the prints/designs were unique with money going to the artist. They were roughtly $25 each
Sure, obviously luxury brands charge more for their products. They’re also targeting a different demographic.

These shirts for $45 are a good deal. The quality is justified. I wouldn’t pay regular price for any clothing.

I would buy $15 tshirts that were quality, long lasting, and a style that I like. I just don’t seem to know where to find those today.

I saw someone in another thread stating about how some Pizza Hut pizzas are $30 for one. A $45 tshirt doesn’t seem so bad.
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Balduno wrote: Sure, obviously luxury brands charge more for their products. They’re also targeting a different demographic.

These shirts for $45 are a good deal. The quality is justified. I wouldn’t pay regular price for any clothing.

I would buy $15 tshirts that were quality, long lasting, and a style that I like. I just don’t seem to know where to find those today.

I saw someone in another thread stating about how some Pizza Hut pizzas are $30 for one. A $45 tshirt doesn’t seem so bad.
to be fair, this is a $90 shirt that is half off. Pizza hut is ridiculously over priced I've never owned a wing and horn anything and I took a good look at that shirt too. I guess this brand isn't targeted towards me. i have paid full price, I think the graphic tee's I was talkin about were $25US plua tax and shipping from the States..... probably not $45 but close to $35 each
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Balduno wrote: Sure, obviously luxury brands charge more for their products. They’re also targeting a different demographic.

These shirts for $45 are a good deal. The quality is justified. I wouldn’t pay regular price for any clothing.

I would buy $15 tshirts that were quality, long lasting, and a style that I like. I just don’t seem to know where to find those today.

I saw someone in another thread stating about how some Pizza Hut pizzas are $30 for one. A $45 tshirt doesn’t seem so bad.
Well I dunno if this is your colour or style but its $11.88 and they have free shipping.
https://www.marks.com/en/denver-hayes-m ... gth%5D=REG
Take a look at their mens page. they have a few different colours and styles on clearance for $10-$12

I havent bought a tshirt from them in over 15yrs but back then the quality was great and lasted long. This has a 50 wash guarantee. They are also pretty good with returns
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pwned.u wrote: to be fair, this is a $90 shirt that is half off. Pizza hut is ridiculously over priced I've never owned a wing and horn anything and I took a good look at that shirt too. I guess this brand isn't targeted towards me. i have paid full price, I think the graphic tee's I was talkin about were $25US plua tax and shipping from the States..... probably not $45 but close to $35 each
I own a few Reigning Champ/Wings + Horn pieces, including a basic t-shirt . IMO, their t-shirts aren't worth $45, you can only do so much to a cotton t-shirt (albeit it's still a fair price considering the quality of fabric, construction, and made in Canada). However, what the brands are known for and are 100% worth it are their midweight sweatshirts/hoodies. But if you're comparing graphic t-shirts to Wings + Horn, you definitely aren't in their target demographic.

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