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May 13, 2007

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To say I was excited at receiving some product from SubScript, the new line from the Triple Five Soul brand, would be an understatement. I’ve been a fan of the Triple Five Soul brand for ages and having a chance to see what their latest endeavor would bring was beyond rad. I would later find that my expectations would be met and surpassed.

[Correction: Triple Five Soul is actually a partner brand. My apologies for any confusion I may have given the readers.]

SubScript is a line that aims to take conventional articles of clothing and turn them into unique masterpieces that make their wearer the focal point of attention. While applying incredibly detailed designs to luxury quality clothing, SubScript truly flies first class.

Everything from their unique line of t-shirts take the ordinary and make them out class the many other lines by simply applying a quality touch and focusing on finding that delicate balance of design superiority. Putting these articles through a wear and wash test was a chore only because of the effort put into making these products unique also made them into a risky outcome as so many high quality articles can diminish by using conventional means (aka tossing them in a washer).

I was happy to see the tees literally make it through with flying colors and not faded. The same could be said for the polos, except for one minor fault. The polos have a uniquely woven tag area that can, after a few washes, become a little cumbersome. A few of the strands of brightly woven material can loosen and be a little itchy around the neck. Obviously, you can take care of that problem with some careful pruning, but the shirts themselves are more then worth this minor inconvenience.

In this transitional weather, I welcomed the addition of an amazing cardigan, who made the evening rush to catch a late movie not such a pain. Again, high quality, high comfort level. SubScript really was winning me over. Then I wore one of, what I believe to be, staples of SubScript’s ability to capture the conventional and make it totally unique and relevant: the Royal Bones Blazer. This thing is comfortable and off the charts cool with it’s sewn crown and cross bones pattern you’ll be off the chain.

As with anything that sounds too good to be true, SubScript does have one drawback: it’s price. High quality, especially a luxury quality line such as this, comes with a pretty steep markup. Still, for those of you looking for the unique, the bold, and one of the best, the price tag may be more then warranted. Look em’ up, take a peek, and decide for yourself.


Check out SubScript...


Comments

that T-shirt is smart design! eh, I cannot find it on Subscript's site??

Posted by: rangga at May 15, 2007 1:46 PM

There is a link at the end of the review, just above the thumbnails titled "Check Out Subscript."

Posted by: A.J. at May 16, 2007 4:32 PM

My hommie Ryan O Rock (aka Rock) did the graphics for the ladies line for this past season.... He is actually a dope ass graph writer, that happens to be nasty with photoshop. Gotta pay the bills somehow. Strait outta Brooklyn!

Posted by: manuel at May 18, 2007 11:19 PM

Contrary to what most people think, good things DO come out of Brooklyn.

Posted by: A.J. at May 21, 2007 3:53 AM
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