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Jumpin’ Jehoshphat, do I need me one of these Gymnasium Jackets from paa. When I was growing up in Jersey City (New Jersey, not Wisconsin), these jackets were commonly referred to as “flights”, despite only bearing a passing resemblance to actual flight jackets, such as the venerable MA-1 bomber jacket. This Paa joint costs a hefty 438 USD, so it’s a considerable upgrade from the one I bought at Morlees, up on Newark Ave., for around 50 bucks. I’m guessing at that price, given I was sixteen or seventeen years old when I made the purchase in question and I’ve done a considerable amount of memory destroying in the intervening decade plus. All normal stuff. Definitely nothing weird. No further questions. Back to paa. Paa (pronounced 'pah', if that was unclear) is an NY-based sportswear brand and pretty much everything they make is straight up flames. What do we do when we see things that are straight up flames? We covet them. And when it comes to paa, I’m one covetous motherfucker. Gimme all dem bucket hats, fam. Longtime readers of this blog will know that I have a strange relationship with bucket hats and might be interested to know that I still do not own one. Someday, bucket hats, we will be together. Wait, this post isn’t supposed to be about bucket hats. Did I get distracted and go on yet another tangential rant? I hate when that happens. I need to work on improving my focus. Meditation? Ginseng? Sobriety? Leave your suggestions in the comments. Also your credentials. I like to know who’s giving me the advice I’m going to summarily ignore. Gotta consider the source, ya feel me? Not that I don’t think all you strangers on the internet are trustworthy, but I believe in doing my due diligence. Ya boy is real responsible like that. Make me a copy of your house key. You won’t regret it -RB
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