38 thoughts on “Abercrombie is back.

  1. Anonymous says:

    >lets reduce the branding, get slightly better fabrics than fast fashion shit, and copy ALD
    >shit it works
    It’s been a poorfag’s ALD since a couple of years.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Oh man! I can’t believe I threw out all my Abercrombie and fit clothes from back in the day. My entire wardrobe was A&F and hollister and now they’re back so i have to purchase everything all over again

  3. Anonymous says:

    It’s just fast fashion garbage now, the extra soft fabric thing is gay and looks cheap and shrunk after one watch. The style and cuts are extra norma tier and you won’t look cool, it’s basically conservative fitting fog essentials from 6 years ago being made accessible to the masses now that the style has permeated into to target and thousand of other micro brands online. I got a bunch of this shit for Christmas, returned what I could and spent the money on better quality online brands

  4. Anonymous says:

    I bought some Abercrombie stuff last year. The website was totally cucked with a bunch of loud, obnoxious, AIDS gay shit. Against my better judgement, I ignored it and bought from them anyway – I made sure to not donate to their gay AIDS causes during checkout like they begged me to, and I still continued on with the order.

    I received the items in a GAY PRIDE bag. The bag was literally covered in loud, obnoxious rainbow colors and had some sort of pride month text in repeating patterns all over it. So I got a big fat sharpie and crossed out every single instance of pro-LGBTQ pedophilic child grooming imagery. I put every item back in the bag. And on the return slip I wrote them a very polite note telling them how disgusted I was about the bag they sent my items in.

    I’ll never do business with Abercrombie again.

    • Anonymous says:

      Based and highly masculine moment. I’ve done similar with other companies before.

      chud moment lol

      Colossal gay detected. Hope he sees this bro. :^)

    • Anonymous says:

      They get millions if not billions in funding when they create packaging like that to get shareholders. Your $30 T-shirt order isn’t gonna hecking break them.

      • Anonymous says:

        Oh? Is that why countless articles have run detailing how expensive returns are for retailers, especially online ones, and how much money they lose and how much they hate it?

        It wasn’t a cheap order, it was just shy of $500. Plus, if every person who thought “eh, this won’t have any effect” did it like I did, it hecking would have an effect.

        I can only control me. I did it. Same thing with Target. I sent them a message. And it felt really good doing it. Stay upset, AIDS ridden child grooming gay.

    • Anonymous says:

      Based. We should make a list with all the aids brands. I stop buying Nike, CK and others long time ago.

      They get millions if not billions in funding when they create packaging like that to get shareholders. Your $30 T-shirt order isn’t gonna hecking break them.

      >isn’t gonna hecking break them
      Lol yes it is. And if he search and find brands aligned to his values, he is going to make a change.

    • Anonymous says:

      >The website was totally cucked with a bunch of loud, obnoxious, AIDS gay shit.
      >I made sure to not donate to their gay AIDS causes during checkout like they begged me to
      >I received the items in a GAY PRIDE bag.
      >The bag was literally covered in loud, obnoxious rainbow colors and had some sort of pride month text in repeating patterns all over it.
      Makes sense lol

  5. Anonymous says:

    >Brand formerly known for making highly sought after clothes for hot, in-shape white people now makes shapeless oversized goyim clothing aimed at gutter Black folk
    Many such cases

  6. Anonymous says:

    Guess who’s back (back back back)
    Back again (gein gein gein)
    Guess who’s back
    Guess who’s back
    Guess who’s back
    BAH NAH UHH

  7. Anonymous says:

    >I’m a millennial
    Yup, in a decade – no, five years, Abercrombie and Fitch will be seen as an old person brand, something your dad or mum or even grand dad or mum wears. They sacrificed their youthful branding to appeal to aging childfree couples.

  8. Anonymous says:

    I’ve actually been advocating A&F for basic items and jeans (assuming you’re not going for selvedge) for like 3 years now. I’ve never been disappointed by their jeans

  9. Anonymous says:

    From the time I was a boy, I said that A&F was gay clothing, and people should just wear JNCOs and music band t-shirts. All the marketing was aggressively homosexual, but in the 1990s and early 2000s, high school kids acted like it was the new Ralph Lauren. It’s not. Ralph makes normal clothes, while A&F makes explicit homosexual clothing for homosexuals.

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