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Re: Transformers and Fashion - A Weird Thread

PostPosted: Mon Aug 27, 2018 7:21 pm
by Burn
...Cobes was hoping you'd wear them... :WHISTLE:

Re: Transformers and Fashion - A Weird Thread

PostPosted: Mon Aug 27, 2018 7:30 pm
by D-Maximal_Primal
Burn wrote:...Cobes was hoping you'd wear them... :WHISTLE:

No one deserves to endure that sort of punishment

More Images of Alpha MA-1 Transformers Bumblebee Reversible Jacket

PostPosted: Wed Oct 10, 2018 1:53 am
by Va'al
The first official images for the Transformers Bumblebee Movie and Alpha Industries jacket were seen shortly after San Diego Comic Con 2018, but we now have some additional angles and looks at the item - which is reversible, and offers the chance to wear both in G1 style or in new live-action movie style!

The official page still only has the early access portal, but no pre-orders or definite release and pricing info, but Korean retailer Musinsa has those extra details and images right now: approximately 320 USD (369k Won) at the time of writing, with release at some point this month. Check out the pictures below!

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Re: Transformers and Fashion - A Weird Thread

PostPosted: Wed Oct 10, 2018 7:09 am
by Kyleor
If you signed up for the e-mailing list for this jacket (where they've been spamming about every single jacket EXCEPT this one) early access to buy is supposed to start on Oct 15th.

Re: Transformers and Fashion - A Weird Thread

PostPosted: Thu Oct 11, 2018 9:13 pm
by Regimus Prime
Oh I can’t wait for this coming Monday October 15th. :BOT:

Re: Transformers and Fashion - A Weird Thread

PostPosted: Mon Oct 15, 2018 1:23 pm
by Kyleor
Just got my early access link, $250 for the jacket, sizing only goes up to XL.

The item page also now shows two more Bumblebee jackets 'coming soon'. One a Black 'flight jacket' for $200 and the other an olive green 'kids' jacket for $150

Re: Transformers and Fashion - A Weird Thread

PostPosted: Mon Oct 15, 2018 4:17 pm
by Regimus Prime
Just ordered mine this afternoon. CAN’T WAAAAAAAAAAAIIIIIT. :BOT:

Hasbro X Alpha Transformers Jackets are Now Available For Order

PostPosted: Tue Oct 16, 2018 2:41 pm
by Tyrannacon
Alpha Industries has finally opened pre-orders for the new, officially licensed, limited edition, MA-1 style, Transformers jacket. The Jacket is reversible so you can choose to wear it with the Bumblebee racing stripes style being shown off or you can reverse it for a more Generation One centric look featuring some classic box art. The jacket is set to retail for 250 dollars and comes in sizes ranging from extra-small to extra-large. The jacket looks comfortable, be sure to order one today if it appeals to you!

PRODUCT SPECS

Fit: Core
Length: Above Hip
Recommended Weather: Intermediate Weather

FABRIC

Shell: 100% Flight Nylon
Lining: 100% Nylon
Fill: 100% Polyester

RECOMMENDED CARE INSTRUCTIONS

Dryclean only.

BENEFITS

Water Resistant
Reversible


FEATURES

Alpha logo on zig-zag zipper extension
MA-1 utility pocket on sleeve
Signature red “Remove Before Flight” flag
Transformers “Bumblebee” flag
Bumblebee logo printed on chest
“Transformers” printed on back
Transformers comic book artwork on reverse side
Sleeve shirring
Two exterior flap pockets
Two interior welt pockets
Knit rib collar, cuffs and waistband
Ottoman knit cuffs


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Re: Transformers and Fashion - A Weird Thread

PostPosted: Tue Oct 16, 2018 10:56 pm
by Ultra Markus
that would go great with my bumblebee edition 2007 camaro...
if i had one :-D

Re: Transformers and Fashion - A Weird Thread

PostPosted: Wed Oct 17, 2018 8:41 am
by Rodimus Knight
For $250 bucks, they can keep it.

Re: Transformers and Fashion - A Weird Thread

PostPosted: Wed Oct 17, 2018 10:43 pm
by Regimus Prime
Ultra Markus wrote:that would go great with my bumblebee edition 2007 camaro...
if i had one :-D


That’s exactly why I had to order one. Saw it at SDCC this year and knew I had to have it for my car. It debuted in the first Bayverse film in ‘07, but was only an unavailable concept at that time. They finally rolled off the assembly line in a “limited edition” number in 2010. That was the first (but not the last) year that they released a Transformer Edition. Mine has the TF package (about $995 above MSRP) but you can get the regular 2010 LT or SS Edition in Rally Yellow and spend a fraction of the $995 customizing your own Bumblebee. Long story short, I’m really excited about this jacket. :BOT:

Re: Transformers and Fashion - A Weird Thread

PostPosted: Wed Oct 17, 2018 10:52 pm
by Ultra Markus
Regimus Prime wrote:
Ultra Markus wrote:that would go great with my bumblebee edition 2007 camaro...
if i had one :-D


That’s exactly why I had to order one. Saw it at SDCC this year and knew I had to have it for my car. It debuted in the first Bayverse film in ‘07, but was only an unavailable concept at that time. They finally rolled off the assembly line in a “limited edition” number in 2010. That was the first (but not the last) year that they released a Transformer Edition. Mine has the TF package (about $995 above MSRP) but you can get the regular 2010 LT or SS Edition in Rally Yellow and spend a fraction of the $995 customizing your own Bumblebee. Long story short, I’m really excited about this jacket. :BOT:

I'm happy for ya!

Re: Transformers and Fashion - A Weird Thread

PostPosted: Thu Oct 18, 2018 2:02 pm
by Va'al
Images of more upcoming stuff, apparently.

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In hand images of Hasbro X Alpha Transformers MA-1 jacket

PostPosted: Thu Oct 18, 2018 8:23 pm
by notirishman
Recently, the new Hasbro X Alpha Transformers MA-1, a bomber jacket designed to flip between a yellow Bumblebee theme or a G1 box art theme, went up pre-order. Well, thanks to seibertron xRotorstormx, we now have in hand images for this beast! Here, we get a closer look at the detail found on the jacket itself. The bomber jacket even has a tag pretending it's from the 1959 (despite it saying 2018 on the copyright)! The pictures mostly show the Bumblebee, default side, but you can clearly see on the inside the classical G1 box art printed onto the jacket!

If you want to buy the Hasbro X Alpha Transformers MA-1 bomber jacket, you can order it here for $250 on the Alpha Industries website.

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Re: Transformers and Fashion - A Weird Thread

PostPosted: Thu Oct 18, 2018 11:01 pm
by TulioDude
It looks nice.

Re: Transformers and Fashion - A Weird Thread

PostPosted: Fri Oct 19, 2018 2:03 pm
by snavej
I hope it fits XXXXXXXXXXL because some of us have been eating triple helpings since 1978! ;) [No, I'm not really that big. The tablets are helping, thankfully!]

Re: In hand images of Hasbro X Alpha Transformers MA-1 jacket

PostPosted: Fri Oct 19, 2018 4:16 pm
by Regimus Prime
notirishman wrote:Recently, the new Hasbro X Alpha Transformers MA-1, a bomber jacket designed to flip between a yellow Bumblebee theme or a G1 box art theme, went up pre-order. Well, thanks to seibertron xRotorstormx, we now have in hand images for this beast! Here, we get a closer look at the detail found on the jacket itself. The bomber jacket even has a tag pretending it's from the 1959 (despite it saying 2018 on the copyright)! The pictures mostly show the Bumblebee, default side, but you can clearly see on the inside the classical G1 box art printed onto the jacket!

If you want to buy the Hasbro X Alpha Transformers MA-1 bomber jacket, you can order it here for $250 on the Alpha Industries website.

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Awesome!!! Can’t wait. Tracking indicates mine should arrive by Monday. :BOT:

Re: Transformers and Fashion - A Weird Thread

PostPosted: Tue Oct 23, 2018 1:15 am
by Regimus Prime
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Finally received mine today via UPS. Well, actually I almost didn’t. I saw that the tracking number said it was delivered this morning. Got home from work and there was no sign of the package. Had to call UPS 4 different times to finally get someone to call me back and give me the literal coordinates (latitude and longitude) of where the package was dropped off. Fortunately almost 12 hours after the package was marked “delivered” it remained on the front door step of my neighbor. Had my neighbor been at home I can’t be completely confident that I would have retrieved my package. Anyway this jacket is awesome and well crafted from quality materials. Definitely order a size up as it is a tight fit. Again, the materials used to manufacture this jacket are quality, I just wish the size wasn’t so tight. The large feels like a medium. And as far as our more healthy or voyager class brethren (I consider myself more of a deluxe scale) luck may be slim (no pun intended) for you as XL seems to be the largest size available. Hence why I chose my regular size of Lrg, assuming these jackets are sized a bit larger. I had already placed my order by the time I read about the sizes running small. Still a fan though :BOT:

Official photos and product description of the RS-X Transformers Pack (Puma and Hasbro)

PostPosted: Fri Oct 26, 2018 8:12 pm
by notirishman
Thanks to Hasbro, we have images of the new RS-X Transformers Pack sneakers! These sneakers are a collaboration between Hasbro and Puma. These shoes appear to be colored after Bumblebee and Optimus Prime, most likely for the upcoming Bumblebee movie. We also have a product description of these new shoes.

So, planning to impress the guys and ladies with your new shoes? Tell us in the Pub forums below!

PUMA & HASBRO REVEAL THE RS-X TRANSFORMERS PACK
Global sports brand PUMA and Hasbro Inc. officially unveil the exclusive Transformers-themed collection. Since first capturing our sci-fi imagination in 1984, Transformers have transcended generations, becoming a global pop-culture phenomenon. The PUMA x TRANSFORMERS capsule range celebrates the two iconic Autobots, Bumblebee and Optimus Prime, their super powers and remarkable built, reimagined into PUMA’s latest RS-X silhouette.

This season, PUMA launches the RS-X sneaker, a reboot of the RS-0 which was built on the classic 80’s Running System (RS) line. Pushing boundaries in futuristic design with retro vibes, PUMA extends their RS range by partnering with exciting brands that take reinvention to the extreme, from the toy, television, telecommunication and motoring worlds. With its bulky design, bold color palette and material mixes, RS-X TRANSFORMERS pushes reinvention further and explores collectibles in and beyond the sneaker culture.

Equipped with PUMA’s patented RS technology on the midsole, the upper is decked with mesh, textile and nubuck overlays. The RS-X Transformers Bumblebee in Quiet Shade – Cyber Yellow and the RS-X Transformers Optimus Prime in Dazzling Blue – High Risk Red are nods to the signature colors of the two protagonists. The RS PUMA branding appears on the molded sockliner while the shoe tongue features the collab logo. The Transformers Autobot symbol fitted on the heel piece accentuate the style.

For the ultimate head-to-toe Transformers look, the collection also features apparel and accessories. Bumblebee and Optimus Prime’s vivid colors continue to appear on the T7 Track Pant and Track Top while the tees feature various iterations of the PUMA x Transformers graphics and all-over prints.

The PUMA x TRANSFORMERS collection for Men and Kid’s drops exclusively at Foot Locker stores and PUMA.com in Europe on November 22nd and mid-December in the U.S.


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Re: Transformers and Fashion - A Weird Thread

PostPosted: Sat Oct 27, 2018 7:04 am
by dragons
There not ugly some shoes I see and fashion clothes but will any respectable fan adult be buying these to wear in casual day that doesn’t involve transformer convention I doubt I see anyone where I live buy them

Transformers Bumblebee Movie Limited Edition Jerseys Now Available

PostPosted: Sat Dec 08, 2018 10:51 am
by D-Maximal_Primal
Thanks to Geeky Jerseys, we have word that they are offering a limited edition Bumblebee movie jersey! This jersey, which is offered in sizes youth small to 5XL, and includes 3 different goalie sizes as well, features a giant Autobot symbol on the front and the name "Bumblebee" above the number 84 on the back. It also has the number 84 on each of its sleeves, and comes in yellow with gray and black trim and highlights.

This jersey is advertised as officially licensed, and has been limited to a 200 jersey stock. As of this writing, the XL size has sold out, but the remaining sizes still have jerseys in stock. You can check out the jerseys by following the link above, and check out some pictures of them down below! The price for each is $119.99, and is limited, so hurry up and go get yours!

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Re: Transformers and Fashion - A Weird Thread

PostPosted: Sat Dec 08, 2018 11:19 am
by mesh
damn....um.....those jersey's are hideous.
watch some internet troll is going to comment: "well, if you don't like it don't buy it"

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Re: Transformers and Fashion - A Weird Thread

PostPosted: Sat Dec 08, 2018 11:30 am
by Shegotron
Hockey jerseys did not have laces in the 80s. They'd died out in the 1970s as the sweaters had long moved from the old wool or durene construction (which teams added the split collar to for ventilation, and the laces were to keep them from being ripped) to more breathable "air-knit" poly-cotton blends. The laces only came back at the end of the 90s because the New York Rangers decided to go retro, by which time the laces were purely aesthetic (and, quite frankly, an aesthetic choice that I find hideous, but that's just my opinion).

Point being, if you want to make an 80s-styled hockey jersey, it should have a V-neck.

New Transformers fashion line has got Russia covered

PostPosted: Fri Dec 21, 2018 10:47 pm
by Emerje
If you're looking for Transformers themed clothing in Eastern Europe, Mother Russia has the mother load. And this isn't your run-of-the-mill assortments of t-shirts and dresses. As reported by Peopletalk.ru, this Transformers x Chapurin fashion line is possibly the most eclectic mix we've seen for both men and women from a designer yet. Oh, sure, they've got a variety of active wear like shorts, sweatpants, and hoodies, but how about bright yellow coveralls? Or better yet, a trench coat? It's all here and apparently will be coming to Tsvetnoy department stores in time for the Russian release of the Bumblebee Movie.

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See anything you like? Hope these find their way into your country someday? Sound off in the Energon Pub!

Re: Transformers and Fashion - A Weird Thread

PostPosted: Sat Dec 22, 2018 1:27 am
by Deathsanras
In Soviet Russia, buzz join you.