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It's windy and slightly cool outside, so I think that justifies mortgaging my future for one of these Vintage Fit Prisoner Coats from orSlow (available in beige and grey). I can't find any American stockists selling these coats this season, so if you want to cop one, you're going to have to fuck around and drop approximately 492 USD (before tax and shipping, of course) to get one from across the pond. I know that's a shit-ton of money, but I'm pretty sure it's worth it. I know I say that in nearly every post, but this time I'm not just trying to craft a facetious preamble to a fanciful tangent -- I actually mean it, in an entirely literal manner. You should buy this coat because orSlow produces excellent garments. If 492 USD is the price, then 492 USD is the price; a tautology, but true nonetheless. Founding Father and overall cool dude Benjamin Franklin once said "The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten", ergo you should buy expensive shit. There's no arguing with Benny Franks. That's just something you don't do. He'll tie your ass to a kite. Then you'll be in a right pickle, fam. How will you get out of that pickle, fam? Shit, now I really want to eat some pickles, fam. Wow, I tried to keep this one on topic and I failed miserably. Was I just talking about Ben Franklin? Why? How did he come up? -RB
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