Out of all of us here at BroBible, I'd like to think that I'm our biggest "hoodie guy." This is because there's really not that much in this world better than a good hoodie. You've got a comfortable and stylish article of clothing, a solid tribute to better times in suburbia, and can automatically look like you're really good at listening to music while taking public transportation, all in one. Furthermore, the hoodies that make your primary rotation often end up girlfriend-proof (meaning, you won't EVER dish them out at sleepovers for fear of permanent ownership loss), and they're underratedly the most important things that you experience shit in. Think about that ridiculous great night you had two years ago, or the time yesterday when you got coffee and were surprised at how good it tasted. What's the common link? THE HOODIE. Always the hoodie.
This kickstarter project from Flint and Tinder, already with 3,000 backers with 40 more days to go, is possibly the most simple, yet ingenious idea for a hoodie we've seen in quite sometime. "The 10 Year Hoodie," as it is being dubbed, is simply that--understated yet stylish for one, but so well made that it's guaranteed to last AT LEAST 10 years. Meaning, if anything goes awry during your first decade (think about that for a second), you can send it back and get it fixed free of charge.
I will most certainly be purchasing one of these. According to the Kickstarter Page, they will be available this summer, and will be priced on the sunnier side (read: cheaper) of $100. Meaning if you buy like 3 of them, you realistically don't really ever have to buy a sweatshirt for the rest of your life.
Also, made in America. 100%.