Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by XJ3B, Nov 29, 2007.
Tacky, stylish, cool, poserish what
i see some guy in the shirt and he's instantly a 'bro'
Definately tacky, it was cool when it came out, but since it started to sponsor the UFC its just gotten overplayed and tacky.
it was never cool.
When I go to UFC events, all I see is people who wear Affliction clothing. Most of the time, they don't really have the type of shape in their body to fit the shirt properly. I also agree with Oliver after thinking about it..
I recently started training MMA at Xtreme Couture, and I would like to represent my gym and support the sport but all the shirts would just look silly on me
im starting to see that only a select few can pull it off
hype beast for white guys, ie, skaters, motox, any XTREME to the max sports
more like xtreme broture, amirite?
One of my buddies has a couple Affliction shirts. It doesn't look too bad when he wears them under an open jacket since he's pretty built
this is what i think of:
sick dom rebel t bro.
that dude looks like he's never even SEEN a fight in his life, let alone been in one. hsugh
BRO! Just hop in my lifted pick up and lets go fuck some chicks tonight,bro
Its just a phase. I used to be a manager at Buckle and we would show Affliction to damn near everyone and 95% of people would pass. It was generally late 20's- mid 30's guys that were buying it. That was in 2005-2006. Now you cant go out without seeing the whole line twice. I mean we couldnt give the tees away a year ago and they sell out now. Rappers started wearing skulls and now its cool. When they quit Affliction will be a forgotten company. The only thing that may hold them above water is MMA. Honestly its pretty boxy and ill-fitting and the shirts are super cheesy. The boots are almost unwearable and the jackets are way over priced. The only thing that I thought was quality were the jeans.
Never seen you in the Cage, though, bro. Do you train at Xtreme Couture LA or LV?
using the word couture
Ugh... its Randy's last name. Im fairly sure that entitles him to use the word on his own clothing line.
sounds like my old armenian neighbors in glendale
when i walked into nordstroms in orange county and saw the entire front men's section overflowing with affliction it made me want to
but hey, its the OC
my wingman has most of the affliction lineup. 15+ shirts, 3 pairs of their jeans
it pulls midwest girls though
I guess i should add that he has an xtreme hookup though. He doesn't pay for any of it
Xtreme Couture Chicago, it just opened up.
It's probably the first real MMA in chi-town, before you had to have three or four different gyms
For example, Stephan Bonnar would train at Carlson's BJJ(my former place), then travel to JABB Boxing, Then travel like an hour to train with Ken-flo, then travel to Indiana to train with Miguel Torres, etc.
Same with Arlovski, he hits at least 2 different gyms.
Now with XC, there's boxing, wrestling, muay thai, and jiujitsu all at the same place, there's also a cage, and lots of weights. The one thing we are missing though is showers since the facility is brand new they havent installed them yet.
I might just go with this went I want to represent at events and tournaments.
good info, might solidify my move. when i was up there i only checked out jabb. wasn't interested in traveling to so many places
did someone say EXTREME?