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krink September 26th, 2017 02:17 PM

Where can i find hoodies like this?!!
 
There is this company in japan called United Athle that makes 10.0z hoodies that 100% cotton. Where can i find hoodies like this that are heavy and 100% cotton in the U.S?

http://shopping.c.yimg.jp/lib/deep/6v9429.jpg

Industryps September 26th, 2017 02:33 PM

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Champion Reverse Weave, Los Angeles Apparel, and Independent Trading Company
These are the hoodies, crewnecks, and other fleece items brands like HUF, Stussy, and most other streetwear brands are using.

NoXid September 26th, 2017 03:04 PM

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The Hanes F170 is 90/10 cotton/poly, the face you print on is 100% cotton. It is 9.7oz, but you will often see that number rounded up to 10 in listings. It has metal grommets for the drawstring, and the string is dyed to match the garment. Hood is doubled lined. Sm - 3X in a lot of colors.

You can order these online via WalMart for about the same as the normal price at a wholesaler, and pickup at a store for zero shipping. That comes in handy if you just want to check one out, or need a few in between major orders. Wholesalers inevitably have sales, now and then, at which point they beat the WalMart price by a considerable amount, and most offer free shipping at $200.

The Los Angeles Apparel hoodie is 14oz and 100% cotton. Sm - 2X in two colors (at this point). I would be tempted by this if there were more suppliers ... a bit leery of things with very limited distribution. And then there is price ... but the LAA is made in USA.

sportfantees September 26th, 2017 04:12 PM

Re: Where can i find hoodies like this?!!
 
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Originally Posted by Industryps (Post 4186769)
Champion Reverse Weave, Los Angeles Apparel, and Independent Trading Company
These are the hoodies, crewnecks, and other fleece items brands like HUF, Stussy, and most other streetwear brands are using.

Thanks for the info!

krink September 28th, 2017 02:07 PM

Re: Where can i find hoodies like this?!!
 
thank you for your reply, i actually have the Los Angeles apparel heavy hoodie. What i don't like about it like you mentioned is limitation with 2 colors only. I wish TSC carried more colors. Im going to look into the hanes pullover and test it out

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Originally Posted by NoXid (Post 4186801)
The Hanes F170 is 90/10 cotton/poly, the face you print on is 100% cotton. It is 9.7oz, but you will often see that number rounded up to 10 in listings. It has metal grommets for the drawstring, and the string is dyed to match the garment. Hood is doubled lined. Sm - 3X in a lot of colors.

You can order these online via WalMart for about the same as the normal price at a wholesaler, and pickup at a store for zero shipping. That comes in handy if you just want to check one out, or need a few in between major orders. Wholesalers inevitably have sales, now and then, at which point they beat the WalMart price by a considerable amount, and most offer free shipping at $200.

The Los Angeles Apparel hoodie is 14oz and 100% cotton. Sm - 2X in two colors (at this point). I would be tempted by this if there were more suppliers ... a bit leery of things with very limited distribution. And then there is price ... but the LAA is made in USA.


krink September 28th, 2017 02:09 PM

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Originally Posted by Industryps (Post 4186769)
Champion Reverse Weave, Los Angeles Apparel, and Independent Trading Company
These are the hoodies, crewnecks, and other fleece items brands like HUF, Stussy, and most other streetwear brands are using.

i love the champion reverse weave, but with them you have to leave their logos on the hoodie correct?

Industryps September 28th, 2017 02:23 PM

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Originally Posted by krink (Post 4188577)
i love the champion reverse weave, but with them you have to leave their logos on the hoodie correct?

Yes, you do..
However, Champion is big in the streetwear/skate community and that "C" logo on the sleeve could be a huge selling point for you.
Also, if you like the thickness of the Reverse Weave but don't want the Champion branding, the Los Angeles Apparel hoodie is your best bet.
From what I hear, quite a few companies are starting to use this hoodie because it's similar to the Canadian ones used by Supreme.

krink September 29th, 2017 11:59 AM

Re: Where can i find hoodies like this?!!
 
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Originally Posted by Industryps (Post 4188609)
Yes, you do..
However, Champion is big in the streetwear/skate community and that "C" logo on the sleeve could be a huge selling point for you.
Also, if you like the thickness of the Reverse Weave but don't want the Champion branding, the Los Angeles Apparel hoodie is your best bet.
From what I hear, quite a few companies are starting to use this hoodie because it's similar to the Canadian ones used by Supreme.

yea exactly! i have the los angeles apparel hoodie and its really good quality. i just wish they came in more colors, i guess im going to stick to them and wait until dov introduces new colors

Industryps September 29th, 2017 12:20 PM

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Originally Posted by krink (Post 4189489)
yea exactly! i have the los angeles apparel hoodie and its really good quality. i just wish they came in more colors, i guess im going to stick to them and wait until dov introduces new colors

I just saw this video on Champion's Instagram account here
The "C" logo on the sleeve may actually be removable if taken to a proper contract seamstress. I always thought the logo was a direct embroidery of heat-transfer patch, but it's actually a label that is sewn on.

johnsmith01 January 11th, 2020 03:33 AM

Re: Where can i find hoodies like this?!!
 
You can buy a quality of hoodies from <a href"https://astroworldmerch.net/astroworld-phone-cases/">this place</a> Astroworld Merch. I always buy ma t-shirts and hoodies from this store.

binki January 11th, 2020 08:07 AM

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https://www.sanmar.com/search/?text=...ight:10.0-12.0

splathead January 11th, 2020 09:38 AM

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Originally Posted by Industryps (Post 4189513)
I always thought the logo was a direct embroidery of heat-transfer patch, but it's actually a label that is sewn on.

It's actually a heat sealed patch. Funny story, we got a supply in once from S&S and on one of the hoodies it looked like Champion had accidentally heat sealed the wrong arm, and had ripped it off (leaving a glue residue) before applying another one on the correct arm. We returned it. :)

We use them and the exposed sleeve logo is def a selling point. If you're a brand I would leave it on and structure your product description as a collaboration. :)

splathead January 11th, 2020 09:50 AM

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Originally Posted by binki (Post 4457037)

Sanmar's Sport-Tek brand has a Champion clone that is 1/3rd less and is very nice. Same weight, fabric content and side ribs.

https://www.sanmar.com/p/2777_AthHeather

Industryps January 22nd, 2020 07:40 AM

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Originally Posted by splathead (Post 4457045)
It's actually a heat sealed patch.

Perhaps the wholesale quality is lower compared to what is offered retail. I say sewn, only because they have a video on Instagram of the sleeve labels being sewn on. :D

splathead January 22nd, 2020 10:10 AM

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Perhaps the wholesale quality is lower compared to what is offered retail. I say sewn, only because they have a video on Instagram of the sleeve labels being sewn on. :D

You might be right. I just checked our supply and while the logo is def heat sealed, there are 3 stitched anchor points when I look inside the sleeve.

But this pic def shows a stitch completely around the logo. Next time I'm in a store, I'll check. :)

I still have a Champion t-shirt I printed, I kid you not, back in 1987 that i still wear. Has to be a 70z or heavier. And that sleeve patch is heat pressed, no stitches visible.

On Facebook a few weeks back some youngster posted how it was funny how Champion started off as this cheap brand found in K-Mart & Target and look at them now. Had to school him that back in the 70's and 80's they were worn by NFL and College teams everywhere. Their products that are so popular now are the same products that were popular 50 years ago.


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