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XLARGE Cascade OG S/S T-Shirt at 34.60 SGD from Bobobobo
XLARGE Cascade OG S/S T-Shirt
S$ 34.60
A pioneer of Los Angeles streetwear culture, X-Large started as a shop in the LA neighborhood of Los Feliz, on Vermont street in 1991. Opened by Eli Bonerz and Adam Silverman, the store catered to their diverse community and was quickly adopted by personalities such as Mike D of the Beastie Boys, Spike Jonez, and Chloe Sevigny. The X-Large clothing brand was a true reflection of its surroundings and Los Angeles lifestyle. The brand drew inspiration from work wear, vintage, and club scene aesthetics; to mid-century design, skateboarding and music influences. Iconic for its Gorilla logo, X-Large is established as one of the originals and continues to influence generations of streetwear culture worldwide. - Crewneck - Short sleeve - Ribbed trim - Printed logo at front - 100% Cotton
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XLARGE XL Cameo S/S T-Shirt at 47.90 SGD from Bobobobo
XLARGE XL Cameo S/S T-Shirt
S$ 47.90
A pioneer of Los Angeles streetwear culture, X-Large started as a shop in the LA neighborhood of Los Feliz, on Vermont street in 1991. Opened by Eli Bonerz and Adam Silverman, the store catered to their diverse community and was quickly adopted by personalities such as Mike D of the Beastie Boys, Spike Jonez, and Chloe Sevigny. The X-Large clothing brand was a true reflection of its surroundings and Los Angeles lifestyle. The brand drew inspiration from work wear, vintage, and club scene aesthetics; to mid-century design, skateboarding and music influences. Iconic for its Gorilla logo, X-Large is established as one of the originals and continues to influence generations of streetwear culture worldwide. - Crewneck - Short sleeve - Ribbed trim - All-over camouflage pattern - Printed logo at front - 100% Cotton
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XLARGE 91 Camo OG S/S T-Shirt at 67.80 SGD from Bobobobo
XLARGE 91 Camo OG S/S T-Shirt
S$ 67.80
A pioneer of Los Angeles streetwear culture, X-Large started as a shop in the LA neighborhood of Los Feliz, on Vermont street in 1991. Opened by Eli Bonerz and Adam Silverman, the store catered to their diverse community and was quickly adopted by personalities such as Mike D of the Beastie Boys, Spike Jonez, and Chloe Sevigny. The X-Large clothing brand was a true reflection of its surroundings and Los Angeles lifestyle. The brand drew inspiration from work wear, vintage, and club scene aesthetics; to mid-century design, skateboarding and music influences. Iconic for its Gorilla logo, X-Large is established as one of the originals and continues to influence generations of streetwear culture worldwide. Constructed from cotton, this classic t-shirt features a screen printed graphic, ribbed detailing and a signature woven brand label at the hem. - Short sleeve - Ribbed crewneck - Screen printed graphic at front - Woven brand label at hem - 100% Cotton
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XLARGE Camo Fill S/S T-Shirt at 37.20 SGD from Bobobobo
XLARGE Camo Fill S/S T-Shirt
S$ 37.20
Description - Print at front - 100% cotton - Machine wash cold | Do not iron decoration - Imported Size & Fit - Fits true to size, take your normal size - Designed to be worn fitted - Those with broad shoulders may wish to take the next size up - Model wears size L - Model measures: chest 37“/ 94 cm, waist 27.5”/69.9 cm, height 6‘1“/ 186 cm
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XLARGE Bay G Rilla S/S T-Shirt at 39.90 SGD from Bobobobo
XLARGE Bay G Rilla S/S T-Shirt
S$ 39.90
- Crewneck - Front logo print - 100% Cotton - Imported
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XLARGE Perpetual Goods Pullover Hoodie at 113.00 SGD from Bobobobo
XLARGE Perpetual Goods Pullover Hoodie
S$ 113.00
A pioneer of Los Angeles streetwear culture, X-Large started as a shop in the LA neighborhood of Los Feliz, on Vermont street in 1991. Opened by Eli Bonerz and Adam Silverman, the store catered to their diverse community and was quickly adopted by personalities such as Mike D of the Beastie Boys, Spike Jonez, and Chloe Sevigny. The X-Large clothing brand was a true reflection of its surroundings and Los Angeles lifestyle. The brand drew inspiration from work wear, vintage, and club scene aesthetics; to mid-century design, skateboarding and music influences. Iconic for its Gorilla logo, X-Large is established as one of the originals and continues to influence generations of streetwear culture worldwide. This classic sweatshirt features a drawstring adjustable hood, ribbed detailing and a screen printed graphic at the front. - Ribbed cuffs and hem - Screen printed graphic at the front - Drawstring adjustable hood - Kangaroo front pocket
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XLARGE Patriot Pullover Hoodie at 118.30 SGD from Bobobobo
XLARGE Patriot Pullover Hoodie
S$ 118.30
A pioneer of Los Angeles streetwear culture, X-Large started as a shop in the LA neighborhood of Los Feliz, on Vermont street in 1991. Opened by Eli Bonerz and Adam Silverman, the store catered to their diverse community and was quickly adopted by personalities such as Mike D of the Beastie Boys, Spike Jonez, and Chloe Sevigny. The X-Large clothing brand was a true reflection of its surroundings and Los Angeles lifestyle. The brand drew inspiration from work wear, vintage, and club scene aesthetics; to mid-century design, skateboarding and music influences. Iconic for its Gorilla logo, X-Large is established as one of the originals and continues to influence generations of streetwear culture worldwide. - All-over camouflage print - Drawstring adjustable hood - Ribbed cuffs and hem - Front kangaroo pocket - Printed graphic at front and back
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XLARGE Picket S/S T-Shirt at 39.90 SGD from Bobobobo
XLARGE Picket S/S T-Shirt
S$ 39.90
A pioneer of Los Angeles streetwear culture, X-Large started as a shop in the LA neighborhood of Los Feliz, on Vermont street in 1991. Opened by Eli Bonerz and Adam Silverman, the store catered to their diverse community and was quickly adopted by personalities such as Mike D of the Beastie Boys, Spike Jonez, and Chloe Sevigny. The X-Large clothing brand was a true reflection of its surroundings and Los Angeles lifestyle. The brand drew inspiration from work wear, vintage, and club scene aesthetics; to mid-century design, skateboarding and music influences. Iconic for its Gorilla logo, X-Large is established as one of the originals and continues to influence generations of streetwear culture worldwide. - Crewneck - Short sleeve - Ribbed trim - Printed logo at front and back - 100% Cotton
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XLARGE Century Jacket at 133.00 SGD from Bobobobo
XLARGE Century Jacket
S$ 133.00
A pioneer of Los Angeles streetwear culture, X-Large started as a shop in the LA neighborhood of Los Feliz, on Vermont street in 1991. Opened by Eli Bonerz and Adam Silverman, the store catered to their diverse community and was quickly adopted by personalities such as Mike D of the Beastie Boys, Spike Jonez, and Chloe Sevigny. The X-Large clothing brand was a true reflection of its surroundings and Los Angeles lifestyle. The brand drew inspiration from work wear, vintage, and club scene aesthetics; to mid-century design, skateboarding and music influences. Iconic for its Gorilla logo, X-Large is established as one of the originals and continues to influence generations of streetwear culture worldwide. - Ribbed collar, cuffs and hem - Plastic zip closure - Woven brand label at the front - Dual front pockets - Additional zip pocket at back
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XLARGE Era S/S T-Shirt at 47.90 SGD from Bobobobo
XLARGE Era S/S T-Shirt
S$ 47.90
A pioneer of Los Angeles streetwear culture, X-Large started as a shop in the LA neighborhood of Los Feliz, on Vermont street in 1991. Opened by Eli Bonerz and Adam Silverman, the store catered to their diverse community and was quickly adopted by personalities such as Mike D of the Beastie Boys, Spike Jonez, and Chloe Sevigny. The X-Large clothing brand was a true reflection of its surroundings and Los Angeles lifestyle. The brand drew inspiration from work wear, vintage, and club scene aesthetics; to mid-century design, skateboarding and music influences. Iconic for its Gorilla logo, X-Large is established as one of the originals and continues to influence generations of streetwear culture worldwide. - Crewneck - Short sleeve - Ribbed trim - Printed logo at front and back - 100% Cotton
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XLARGE Camo Fill Crewneck Fleece Sweatshirt at 103.70 SGD from Bobobobo
XLARGE Camo Fill Crewneck Fleece Sweatshirt
S$ 103.70
- Ribbed crewneck, cuffs and hem - Front logo print - 100% Cotton - Imported
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XLARGE La Brea Jacket at 166.20 SGD from Bobobobo
XLARGE La Brea Jacket
S$ 166.20
- Front zip closure - Adjustable drawstring hood - Print at sleeves and back - All over geometrical pattern on shell - Front pockets - Mesh lining - 100% Nylon - Imported
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XLARGE 4 Colors Og L/S T-Shirt at 78.40 SGD from Bobobobo
XLARGE 4 Colors Og L/S T-Shirt
S$ 78.40
- Crewneck - Print at front and sleeves - 100% Cotton - Imported
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XLARGE Perpetual Goods S/S T-Shirt at 42.50 SGD from Bobobobo
XLARGE Perpetual Goods S/S T-Shirt
S$ 42.50
A pioneer of Los Angeles streetwear culture, X-Large started as a shop in the LA neighborhood of Los Feliz, on Vermont street in 1991. Opened by Eli Bonerz and Adam Silverman, the store catered to their diverse community and was quickly adopted by personalities such as Mike D of the Beastie Boys, Spike Jonez, and Chloe Sevigny. The X-Large clothing brand was a true reflection of its surroundings and Los Angeles lifestyle. The brand drew inspiration from work wear, vintage, and club scene aesthetics; to mid-century design, skateboarding and music influences. Iconic for its Gorilla logo, X-Large is established as one of the originals and continues to influence generations of streetwear culture worldwide. Constructed from cotton, this classic t-shirt features a screen printed graphic, ribbed detailing and a signature woven brand label at the hem. - Short sleeve - Ribbed crewneck - Screen printed graphic - Woven brand label at hem - 100% Cotton
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XLARGE Og Gorilla S/S T-Shirt at 63.80 SGD from Bobobobo
XLARGE Og Gorilla S/S T-Shirt
S$ 63.80
Description - Print at front - 100% cotton - Machine wash cold | Do not iron decoration - Imported Size & Fit - Fits true to size, take your normal size - Designed to be worn fitted - Those with broad shoulders may wish to take the next size up - Model wears size L - Model measures: chest 37“/ 94 cm, waist 27.5”/69.9 cm, height 6‘1“/ 186 cm
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XLARGE Gorilla Cameo Crewneck Fleece Sweatshirt at 103.70 SGD from Bobobobo
XLARGE Gorilla Cameo Crewneck Fleece Sweatshirt
S$ 103.70
A pioneer of Los Angeles streetwear culture, X-Large started as a shop in the LA neighborhood of Los Feliz, on Vermont street in 1991. Opened by Eli Bonerz and Adam Silverman, the store catered to their diverse community and was quickly adopted by personalities such as Mike D of the Beastie Boys, Spike Jonez, and Chloe Sevigny. The X-Large clothing brand was a true reflection of its surroundings and Los Angeles lifestyle. The brand drew inspiration from work wear, vintage, and club scene aesthetics; to mid-century design, skateboarding and music influences. Iconic for its Gorilla logo, X-Large is established as one of the originals and continues to influence generations of streetwear culture worldwide. This classic crewneck sweater features a printed graphic on the front and ribbed detailing throughout. - Crewneck - Long sleeve - Ribbed collar, cuffs and hem - Printed graphic at the front
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XLARGE Old OG Cap at 55.80 SGD from Bobobobo
XLARGE Old OG Cap
S$ 55.80
A pioneer of Los Angeles streetwear culture, X-Large started as a shop in the LA neighborhood of Los Feliz, on Vermont street in 1991. Opened by Eli Bonerz and Adam Silverman, the store catered to their diverse community and was quickly adopted by personalities such as Mike D of the Beastie Boys, Spike Jonez, and Chloe Sevigny. The X-Large clothing brand was a true reflection of its surroundings and Los Angeles lifestyle. The brand drew inspiration from work wear, vintage, and club scene aesthetics; to mid-century design, skateboarding and music influences. Iconic for its Gorilla logo, X-Large is established as one of the originals and continues to influence generations of streetwear culture worldwide. - Unstructured - 6-panel construction - Curved brim - Adjustable strap at back - Front logo embroidery
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XLARGE Reversible Jacket at 446.70 SGD from Bobobobo
XLARGE Reversible Jacket
S$ 446.70
Description - Reversible design - Reversible zip front closure with velcro and snap placket - Reflective print details - 2 pockets at both exterior and interior side - Elastic at cuff and bottom - Shell: 100% Polyester | Insulation: 100% Polyester - Wash in cold water | Do not bleach | Do not iron | Dry flat - Imported Size & Fit - Fits true to size, take your normal size - Designed to be worn fitted - Those with broad shoulders may wish to take the next size up - Model wears size L - Model measures: chest 37“/ 94 cm, waist 27.5”/69.9 cm, height 6‘1“/ 186 cm
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XLARGE Old OG S/S T-Shirt at 37.20 SGD from Bobobobo
XLARGE Old OG S/S T-Shirt
S$ 37.20
A pioneer of Los Angeles streetwear culture, X-Large started as a shop in the LA neighborhood of Los Feliz, on Vermont street in 1991. Opened by Eli Bonerz and Adam Silverman, the store catered to their diverse community and was quickly adopted by personalities such as Mike D of the Beastie Boys, Spike Jonez, and Chloe Sevigny. The X-Large clothing brand was a true reflection of its surroundings and Los Angeles lifestyle. The brand drew inspiration from work wear, vintage, and club scene aesthetics; to mid-century design, skateboarding and music influences. Iconic for its Gorilla logo, X-Large is established as one of the originals and continues to influence generations of streetwear culture worldwide. - Crewneck - Short sleeve - Ribbed trim - Printed logo at front - 100% Cotton
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XLARGE Monkey Business S/S T-Shirt at 42.50 SGD from Bobobobo
XLARGE Monkey Business S/S T-Shirt
S$ 42.50
A pioneer of Los Angeles streetwear culture, X-Large started as a shop in the LA neighborhood of Los Feliz, on Vermont street in 1991. Opened by Eli Bonerz and Adam Silverman, the store catered to their diverse community and was quickly adopted by personalities such as Mike D of the Beastie Boys, Spike Jonez, and Chloe Sevigny. The X-Large clothing brand was a true reflection of its surroundings and Los Angeles lifestyle. The brand drew inspiration from work wear, vintage, and club scene aesthetics; to mid-century design, skateboarding and music influences. Iconic for its Gorilla logo, X-Large is established as one of the originals and continues to influence generations of streetwear culture worldwide. - Crewneck - Short sleeve - Ribbed trim - Printed logo at front and back - 100% Cotton
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XLARGE Gorilla Cameo Strapback at 50.50 SGD from Bobobobo
XLARGE Gorilla Cameo Strapback
S$ 50.50
A pioneer of Los Angeles streetwear culture, X-Large started as a shop in the LA neighborhood of Los Feliz, on Vermont street in 1991. Opened by Eli Bonerz and Adam Silverman, the store catered to their diverse community and was quickly adopted by personalities such as Mike D of the Beastie Boys, Spike Jonez, and Chloe Sevigny. The X-Large clothing brand was a true reflection of its surroundings and Los Angeles lifestyle. The brand drew inspiration from work wear, vintage, and club scene aesthetics; to mid-century design, skateboarding and music influences. Iconic for its Gorilla logo, X-Large is established as one of the originals and continues to influence generations of streetwear culture worldwide. This 6-panel cap features an adjustable branded strap at the back and an embroidered logo at the front. - 6-panel cap - Adjustable leather strap at back - Metal clasp - Embroidered detailing on front
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