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Man, Golden Bear might've just killed the jacket game forever with this one. The vaunted sportswear gawds collaborated with London-based stockist Garbstore on a Stadium Jacket (available in green & gold and navy & green) that is Certified Pure Fucking Fire. I don't know what governmental regulatory agency is responsible for the Pure Fucking Fire Certification Program, but I'd love to be a fly on the wall in one of those meetings. Is there one guy who keeps going to the mat for bell-bottoms? What faction of people continue to push mesh as a viable shirting option? Who decided pleated pants were back in? Not that I have a problem with pleated pants. I don't. I don't have a problem with pleated pants. Stop saying that. I'm just curious how the whole thing goes down. Who do they talk about? Do they talk about Kanye? Do they hate him? Probably. So many people do. I bet they still dig on "Ultralight Beam" though. That song is so good. Chance's verse? Immaculate [END DIGRESSION]. I want to wear this Stadium Jacket and walk around continuously reaching my fist to the sky like Ye on SNL. That seems like a positive life choice for me. I fully realize that using Kanye West as a role model is treacherous at best. And at worst? I don't even want to think about what it would be like at its worst. What I would be like at my worst. My brain shudders at the notion. Suffice it to say, I would make a bad Kanye. Except for the acting like a rich guy part. I feel like I'd be really good at that part. Buying expensive stuff I can do. Crazed Ellen interviews would be a bit more of a strecth. I try to keep my insanity to myself, thank you very much. Except for this blog, I guess. Shit -RB
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