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Superdry bobble hats, beanies, mittens and headbands now £5.99 delivered @ eBay sold by Superdry
Superdry bobble hats, beanies, mittens and headbands now £5.99 delivered @ eBay sold by Superdry

Superdry bobble hats, beanies, mittens and headbands now £5.99 delivered @ eBay sold by Superdry

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Brand new Superdry accessories now £5.99 delivered at eBay Superdry.
9 items available at time of posting including bobble hats, faux fur headband, mittens, knitted headband, tasseled scarf and a beanie hat. Great if you are going skiing?

AA Stripe Navy Bobble hat
http://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/uP4AAOSwjDZYj1aV/s-l1600.jpg

AB Lurex Ice marl faux fur headband
http://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/LNwAAOSwTglYj1aX/s-l1600.jpg

AC Twist Navy mittens
http://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/eZ4AAOSw4DJYj1aN/s-l500.jpg

AD Morzine knitted headband
http://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/FggAAOSwLEtYj1aS/s-l1600.jpg

http://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/VbsAAOSwUKxYkF-F/s-l1600.jpg

22 Comments

The mittens are lovely and so warm, well worth the price tag

Thank you. Some good bargains.
Morzine slightly cheaper here Your text here
Edited by moderator: "link fix" 13th Feb

I'm more of a Sergio Georgini man.

would the hats fit a HUGE head?

This stuff ain't got no alibi!!

Umm chavtastic.

oddspundit

would the hats fit a HUGE head?


Are we talking tefal or full size globe? Can you fit your head in a washing machine door, for instance?

muckspreader1

Umm chavtastic.


Umm boring repeated comments.

5426angela

Umm boring repeated comments.


Might be boring but correct!

crazylegs

Might be boring but correct!


Some people should get back under their bridges. I know lots of people who like/wear superdry stuff and don't class them as chavs, And yes it does get quite boring and tedious reading all these 'chav' comments in every superdry post.

muckspreader1

Umm chavtastic.


You should read Chavs, Owen Jones's study of 'the demonisation of the working class'

muckspreader1

Umm chavtastic.


Not really, more like off-duty copper.

Most items now OOS?
Edited by: "frunk" 13th Feb

I still cant work out how to use their belts!

ndksamb

Some people should get back under their bridges. I know lots of people … Some people should get back under their bridges. I know lots of people who like/wear superdry stuff and don't class them as chavs, And yes it does get quite boring and tedious reading all these 'chav' comments in every superdry post.


Oooooh touchy
Never mind some can't help being chavs, its a way of life! X)

http://i1131.photobucket.com/albums/m559/sapphirejoshuaarebest/IMG_20170112_191536_zps0jdqebqv.jpg

Now really? Do I look chavvy? It's just stylish & comfortable clothing, nothing chavvy about it

War of the classes..?? Is chav considered a class)

If there's one thing I've learnt; people wearing Superdry are off duty/under cover police. Now if that realisation doesn't destroy the brand I don't know what will.

babyblue

Now really? Do I look chavvy? It's just stylish & comfortable clothing, … Now really? Do I look chavvy? It's just stylish & comfortable clothing, nothing chavvy about it



You do a bit, yes. That's also the hoody that chavs always seem to get.

babyblue

Now really? Do I look chavvy? It's just stylish & comfortable clothing, … Now really? Do I look chavvy? It's just stylish & comfortable clothing, nothing chavvy about it


No you don't look chavvy at all. It's just a deeply deeply unfashionable brand associated with middle age people who think it's still cool. Whether you care about that or not is up to you. thedailymash.co.uk/new…462

People that feel the need to continually comment that superdry stuff is for chavs must be somewhat insecure about their own sense of style. I'd be interested to know what brands they wear as alternatives..... Please feel free to comment about that...

Are superdry somehow inferior to other medium priced high street branded clothing with writing or logos (or not, if you choose) on them such as Hollister, River Island, All Saints, Next etc etc ???

Superdry are no different to any other popular high street brand, except that their stuff is high enough quality as to not fall apart within a couple of years. If it fits well, lasts a long time, and looks good (in the opinion of the wearer), then why should others feel the need to criticise. It's only a brand of clothing FFS.

And as for the brand being associated with the middle aged, should those people just wear marks and spencer ??
Edited by: "skinrush" 14th Feb

HottyHotty

No you don't look chavvy at all. It's just a deeply deeply unfashionable … No you don't look chavvy at all. It's just a deeply deeply unfashionable brand associated with middle age people who think it's still cool. Whether you care about that or not is up to you. http://www.thedailymash.co.uk/news/society/middle-aged-man-was-wearing-non-superdry-clothing-2014040785462



I'm 34 and not bothered
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