24 thoughts on “What brand do you recommend for good quality hoodies?

  1. Anonymous says:

    Deliberately oversized hoodies are peak insecurity wear, combined with baggy jeans, they’re designed to hide your whole body.

      • Anonymous says:

        Their style is very form fitting for sure. You can try going one size up and drying it.

        I’ve had a hoodie and bomber style jacket from them for like 6 years and they still look almost brand new after some heavy wear.

  2. Anonymous says:

    jonthrifts on tiktok has like 100+ hoodie reviews but I really liked Blanks by 13. They run pretty baggy, I thought I’d get a medium but I’m short (5’5") and skinny so its a bit too big. should’ve gotten a small. I thought hours collection was okay but their shit says 100% cotton and its not, its got polyester in it says so on the tag even tho the site says 100% cotton. I even emailed them like wtf but they said "uhh yeah the guys in pakistan made a mistake on the labels" dude I CAN FEEL its not 100% cotton. at least it was cheap. los angeles appareal should be good to go if its on the same level that american apparel was and I just bought a pair of sweatpants from moojimooji but they haven’t shipped yet, they look really cool and the prices are fair. I’d try them.
    Just about none of the brands I mentioned go on sale, except hours collection, but they are sub par in quality and material
    look into that tiktok channel "the hoodie hunt" by jonthrifts. I did a month of research and he does a great job compressing the facts quick.
    good luck

  3. Anonymous says:

    Are Uniqlo hoodies any good? In fact, is Uniqlo good at all? Am new and always thought Uniqlo looked kinda nice but am I being fooled?

    • Anonymous says:

      I like them, Uniqlo strikes me as a cheaper but still quality brand that gets its prices so low by mass-producing fairly timeless, no-frills (except for the occasional proprietary synthetic fabric) clothing. I like that a lot of their stuff is 100$ cotton. With a bit of planning you can build a decent-looking wardrobe from them. Just keep in mind that it’s a Jap company first with international stores so quite a bit of the fashion sense is going to be based around that for better or worse.

    • Anonymous says:

      unironically this
      bought a couple xl hoodies from them and i keep getting compliments on them
      people also say i look like i skate when i’m in them,so if that isn’t your thing probably not a good look

  4. Anonymous says:

    If you want cheap and good go for Champion reverse weave. If you don’t mind spending $100+ on a blank hoodie there’s nothing better than Huckberry 10 year or American Giant. Those guy are the gold standard for USA made basics.

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