Sometimes Skateboarders Appreciate Iconic Symbols Of Corporate America

I recently acquired this Supreme x Loro Piana wool trench coat, no flex, but kind-of-definitely flex. And let me tell you, this shit is fucking awesome. I'm literally wearing it while I'm writing this, indoors like a doucher because I endorse it that thoroughly. If you're wondering to yourself, "Oh, but I can't tell how the wool feels through my computer screen" then I'm here to say it's softer than kitten butterfly kisses. The fit is also great, although if you were blessed enough to be over 6' tall it might be a little on the short side for you.

It was also surprising to see how pleased the staff was at the Supreme store when I bought this. Two of the employees commended me on my selection, while the store manager laced me with a whole bunch of stickers and couple of pins, one of which I just so happen to be wearing on my new coat. I would have never guessed that a bunch of skateboarders would be so stoked to see someone who clearly can't ollie buy a trench coat made of Italian wool, considering 50 years ago, this exact garment was an iconic symbol of cold weather corporate America. But I guess at a certain point they're just sick of having 16-year-olds come in, try on 6 different hats and 4 hoodies, only to buy none of it.