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    and should i buy a size higher?
    im large?
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    Ebay
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    (Original post by identity)
    Ebay
    are they trusted?
    can you give me a link to where you or people you know bought it from?
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    You can't really, I got one on Ebay for £30, which is the lowest price I imagine they'll sell. Either don't buy it, or don't be a cheapskate.
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    (Original post by Bubbles*de*Milo)
    You can't really, I got one on Ebay for £30, which is the lowest price I imagine they'll sell. Either don't buy it, or don't be a cheapskate.
    what size did you buy?
    one higher?
    can you give me a link of where you bought from because im worried about counterfiet goods
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    (Original post by pharma)
    what size did you buy?
    one higher?
    can you give me a link of where you bought from because im worried about counterfiet goods
    They aren't worth £30 in my opinion, you could get a similar style from Primark ... no lie.
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    (Original post by identity)
    They aren't worth £30 in my opinion, you could get a similar style from Primark ... no lie.
    links?
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    (Original post by pharma)
    links?
    Sorry, I have no links.
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    They aren't worth £30 in my opinion, you could get a similar style from Primark ... no lie.
    Not really. I agree they're not worth £30, but they're instantly recognisable as AA (the white cord thing, or whatever it's called), and they're really soft and warm. Not the same as Primark at all.
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    Yes but Primarks quality is questionable no?

    Plus i've had one of my AA hoodies for over a year now and it still washes nicely and has retained the colour.
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    (Original post by Nayberay)
    Yes but Primarks quality is questionable no?

    Plus i've had one of my AA hoodies for over a year now and it still washes nicely and has retained the colour.
    where do you buy it from?
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    If you see a lorry with the name on the side, follow it and buy direct from the warehouse. You don't even need to buy if you're quick, and it it's a hoodie, you can't be caught.
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    (Original post by pharma)
    where do you buy it from?
    I have a friend that moved to America a year ago. So I just get them sent over, much cheaper.

    Roughly £27 per hoodie with shipping included (no tax to pay either), brand new.
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    (Original post by Nayberay)
    Yes but Primarks quality is questionable no?

    Plus i've had one of my AA hoodies for over a year now and it still washes nicely and has retained the colour.
    how much is shipping?
    you can buy it for that much from american site?
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    (Original post by pharma)
    what size did you buy?
    one higher?
    can you give me a link of where you bought from because im worried about counterfiet goods
    There are more lucrative ways of making money than selling dodgy hoodies..

    Just look around online, I can't remember what buyer I bought it from tbh. And I bought large, because I wanted it to go over t-shirts/leggings etcc.. I'm 5'10, female, and it is a bit big tbh.

    Also, the £30 I mentioned was without p&p, so probably closer to £33.
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    (Original post by Bubbles*de*Milo)
    Not really. I agree they're not worth £30, but they're instantly recognisable as AA (the white cord thing, or whatever it's called), and they're really soft and warm. Not the same as Primark at all.
    They look really thin.
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    (Original post by Oh my Ms. Coffey)
    They look really thin.
    They are. But they're warm and soft.
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    (Original post by pharma)
    how much is shipping?
    you can buy it for that much from american site?
    Loool i'm confused now.

    I don't think you can buy off the AA american site can you?

    Shipping worked out to be roughly £12 though.
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    (Original post by Bubbles*de*Milo)
    There are more lucrative ways of making money than selling dodgy hoodies..

    Just look around online, I can't remember what buyer I bought it from tbh. And I bought large, because I wanted it to go over t-shirts/leggings etcc.. I'm 5'10, female, and it is a bit big tbh.

    Also, the £30 I mentioned was without p&p, so probably closer to £33.
    how fat are you lol?
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    (Original post by pharma)
    how fat are you lol?
    :curious: Like a size 10/12. Zomggggg I'm massive.
 
 
 
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