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Why would someone buy a logo from a jeans company from the 90s? You can buy t-shirts that say equally stupid things for less.
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Why would someone buy a logo from a jeans company from the 90s? You can buy t-shirts that say equally stupid things for less.
Maybe fit/styling? Not all shirts & clothes are styled equally. Sure, you can buy a cheapy shirt but it'll fit like garbage.
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Maybe fit/styling? Not all shirts & clothes are styled equally. Sure, you can buy a cheapy shirt but it'll fit like garbage.
When you're talking about tshirts they are all created almost equally. Most t shirts are created by a few huge companies. This Lucky brand t-shirt just probably has a higher chance of being made in a sweat(ier) shop.

You're still buying a brand and not a just a shirt. Why pay for brand imaging when you could just actually spend that money on what the brand is known for?

Is Lucky brand known for their tshirts or jeans? 🤔
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When you're talking about tshirts they are all created almost equally. Most t shirts are created by a few huge companies. This Lucky brand t-shirt just probably has a higher chance of being made in a sweat(ier) shop.

You're still buying a brand and not a just a shirt. Why pay for brand imaging when you could just actually spend that money on what the brand is known for?

Is Lucky brand known for their tshirts or jeans? 🤔
No, they do not create equally
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Casual cotton tee with a bold flag graphic

Crew neckline

Short sleeves

Cotton

Machine wash

Imported.........
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Casual cotton tee with a bold flag graphic

Crew neckline

Short sleeves

Cotton

Machine wash

Imported.........
you're kidding right? its like comparing 2 brands of cars a Yugo and a Honda. They both have 4 wheels, made out of metal, has a steering wheel, a transmission, windows are made out of glass. ApplauseApplauseApplause
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you're kidding right? its like comparing 2 brands of cars a Yugo and a Honda. They both have 4 wheels, made out of metal, has a steering wheel, a transmission, windows are made out of glass. ApplauseApplauseApplause
Yugos haven't been made for about 25 years. I'm going to assume that all of your knowledge stopped 25 years ago as well.
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Yugos haven't been made for about 25 years. I'm going to assume that all of your knowledge stopped 25 years ago as well.
Unfortunately, your knowledge of cars is as elementary as your knowledge in t-shirts.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zastava_Koral


last production Nov 2008.

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Unfortunately, your knowledge of cars is as elementary as your knowledge in t-shirts.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zastava_Koral


last production Nov 2008.

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Is it too hard for you to scroll past the first page of statistics?

"The Zastava Koral, a facelifted model, was marketed until 11 November 2008, after production of 794,428 cars.

The Yugo was marketed in the United Statesfrom 1985−1992 by Malcolm Bricklin, with a total of 141,651 sold — peaking at 48,812 in 1987 and falling to 1,412 in 1992."

Read a little farther......
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Is it too hard for you to scroll past the first page of statistics?

"The Zastava Koral, a facelifted model, was marketed until 11 November 2008, after production of 794,428 cars.

The Yugo was marketed in the United Statesfrom 1985−1992 by Malcolm Bricklin, with a total of 141,651 sold — peaking at 48,812 in 1987 and falling to 1,412 in 1992."

Read a little farther......
OMG, its the same car with a different name built by the same company. like Datsun and Nissan. You are so incorrect please accept it and good luck.
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OMG, its the same car with a different name built by the same company. like Datsun and Nissan. You are so incorrect please accept it and good luck.
Please research Yugoslavia so you can understand why the name Yugo doesn't really work after 1992.
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When you're talking about tshirts they are all created almost equally. Most t shirts are created by a few huge companies. This Lucky brand t-shirt just probably has a higher chance of being made in a sweat(ier) shop.

You're still buying a brand and not a just a shirt. Why pay for brand imaging when you could just actually spend that money on what the brand is known for?

Is Lucky brand known for their tshirts or jeans? 🤔
I have to disagree also. I have some freebie shirts from giveaways and I have some lucky brand shirts. Totally different fit and feel, softer fabric, no tags, etc. Even for free I don't really want to wear the other shirts in comparison.
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When you're talking about tshirts they are all created almost equally. Most t shirts are created by a few huge companies. This Lucky brand t-shirt just probably has a higher chance of being made in a sweat(ier) shop.

You're still buying a brand and not a just a shirt. Why pay for brand imaging when you could just actually spend that money on what the brand is known for?

Is Lucky brand known for their tshirts or jeans? 🤔
Do you realize how idiotic your post is or are you really that stupid?
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