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    (Original post by Cyst)
    Although, no matter what you pay, in Camden, you are bound to get fleeced as the clothes are so ludacrisly expensive.
    Certainly, haggle; but you don't always get ripped off. I got some spray painted cords for £15 from the market part.

    In general though, 'baggy' stuff is best bought from smaller local stores- it really depends on where you live. Legends and Brilliant near me are good.
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    Route one is a great shop for that, their own brand is baggy, and they carry several skate brands as well. Otherwise I try to get luckey at TK Max. They normaly have some good shirts, but 50/50 for jeans or hoodies.
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    To get good baggy jeans go to the boys section of any major shops. I swear they fit so much better and are made of much better material than going to a market or buying girls versions from skate shops.
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    So does any1 no where the route 1 or any of the others are, part from in london? or a website 4 em or summat?
    thanx!
 
 
 
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