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03-09-2008, 06:31 PM
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OT - anyone been in the ironhead store in vancouver?

ive been hearing the clothing is quite popular as all their shirts etc is done in one offs. has anyone been to the ironhead store on West 4th Avenue?

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ive been hearing the clothing is quite popular as all their shirts etc is done in one offs. has anyone been to the ironhead store on West 4th Avenue?

One of my favourite stores in Kitsilano. They have great stuff.

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yea its worth checking out if you havnt been.

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I get a lot of gifts from there, nice clothing, check it out.

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I have not personaly been there, but my buddy is a huge fan of their stuff. I think maybe a friend of his might have worked there. I'm not sure, but I have seen my buddy wearing their stuff and it looks decently good.

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Nice stuff, excellent quality

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Normally I wouldnt bump a 3 year old thread to talk t shirts but....

Does anyone out there know of any other stores like Ironhead in Vancouver. I have a couple of Ironhead shirts and a hoodie so I am pretty much maxed out but I am looking for another small similar store in Vancouver to buy stuff from. Not really dressy but not MMA wear either.

Also if you are ever looking for shoes in Vancouver check out Fluevog. Some stuff is kinda ...(am I allowed to say gay ?) but some nice stuff as well.

Any help would be appreciated.

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$42 for a t-shirt? no thanks.

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Normally I wouldnt bump a 3 year old thread to talk t shirts but....

Does anyone out there know of any other stores like Ironhead in Vancouver. I have a couple of Ironhead shirts and a hoodie so I am pretty much maxed out but I am looking for another small similar store in Vancouver to buy stuff from. Not really dressy but not MMA wear either.

Also if you are ever looking for shoes in Vancouver check out Fluevog. Some stuff is kinda ...(am I allowed to say gay ?) but some nice stuff as well.

Any help would be appreciated.
Fluevog is nice, an old girlfriend of mine has a shoe named after her

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They just opened a store this summer in Toronto as well.

I buy lots of stuff there but the Nu-Fit hat elastics are pretty weak. They wear out after a few months and loste their shape without even putting them in the wash machine. I view them as nice but disposable hats.

Shirts are well made.

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$42 for a t-shirt? no thanks.
$42 isint too bad when you compare it to other brands. Sure its more than the $8 old navy charges but thats not really comparable.

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$42 for a t-shirt? no thanks.
It depends where the shirt is made. If the t-shirt is nice and made in North America, I'll pay extra. If the shirt is made in a sweat shop in China like most T-shirts, I agree with you, it's not worth the money.

I am actually thinking of going there for the first time next week.

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