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WAN Show Hoodie 2nd Run

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So I just recently started watching LTT. I really like the black/orange WAN Show hoodie. I was wondering if there was ever going to be a second run of the hoodie for those who are either new, or missed out on getting one before.

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I have one, they're really nice as a light jacket.

 

Expensive af tho

 

Edit: they were about $140CAN and $99USD.  Keep that in mind when you ask for another run.


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On 1/17/2017 at 4:38 AM, Narbwaffles said:

So I just recently started watching LTT. I really like the black/orange WAN Show hoodie. I was wondering if there was ever going to be a second run of the hoodie for those who are either new, or missed out on getting one before.

Just make your own

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On 4/16/2017 at 2:30 AM, yathis said:

Just make your own

The WAN show hoodie is not your average hoodie, It's got a ton of hidden pockets and routing for cables, built in gloves, thumb holes in the sleeves, all sorts of cool stuff. The wan logo is just a added bonus :)

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7 hours ago, Eric The Tech Guru said:

The WAN show hoodie is not your average hoodie, It's got a ton of hidden pockets and routing for cables, built in gloves, thumb holes in the sleeves, all sorts of cool stuff. The wan logo is just a added bonus :)

Yes, its easy to make if you have a sewing machine and time. Instead of $100 or whatever outrageous amount of loonies Linus wants for his hoodie, you could make one yourself for $20, with the gold logo and all.

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15 hours ago, yathis said:

Yes, its easy to make if you have a sewing machine and time. Instead of $100 or whatever outrageous amount of loonies Linus wants for his hoodie, you could make one yourself for $20, with the gold logo and all.

Sure, you can make anything with a sewing machine and time but for me to do that it'd take like 10+ hours cause I have no idea how to sew and $100 is worth less than 10 hours of my time plus the end result is great and the cost supports LMG. They don't get all the money from it, G8 brand is the company that makes the hoodies and they set the prices.

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58 minutes ago, Eric The Tech Guru said:

10+ hours

Not if you buy a hoody for $15 then add what you want, where you want.

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Have any of these popped up for sale in terms of people wanting to sell theirs? I would buy anyone's small or medium. PM me.

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On 4/26/2017 at 0:47 PM, yathis said:

Not if you buy a hoody for $15 then add what you want, where you want.

Just...  no


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On 4/25/2017 at 9:43 PM, yathis said:

Yes, its easy to make if you have a sewing machine and time. Instead of $100 or whatever outrageous amount of loonies Linus wants for his hoodie, you could make one yourself for $20, with the gold logo and all.

hey boi u also use less effort when you buy it, have higher quality, and no classes to make the hoodie.  You could just work for $100 at something you CAN do instead of spending 8 thousand hours trying to make the dang thing.  Plus you support linus when u buy it

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Also the boi who started the thread asked if there was going to be a rerun, not how to diy yourself a hoodie.

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