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Goose Down Jacket from Dino mission
best Down jacket ever.
Hardest question ever asked:
Which company makes it?
I'm sorry but Sakata had the best fashion sense out of any of the characters by far, apart from maybe Izumi, he was a close second.
Well, sakata had the most unique fashion sense out of all the gantzers, I also like inaba`s hat, but my favorite is nishi`s suit with the gloves.
I think that Nishi during the Nuri mission had the best sense of style. That suit and the pants over his suit looked pretty cool. Still, I imagine wearing two layers of clothes must really make it harder for him to move around in...
Reason for edit: I wrote "jacket" instead of suit! Corrected now.
Last edited by BrazilianGantzer; May 23, 2009 at 10:36 AM.
I really liked what Kishimoto was wearing here.
As much as I hate Kishimoto, and lack anything remotely close to a fashion sense.
Oh yeah the Oni bosses where also sporting some nice threads, especially the earth elemental.
Inugami was a badass.
I was hoping he would have stuck around for a while.
I wonder where Oku references his character's clothes from. It's interesting that someone could be so accurate as to how people would dress. I have seen manga-ka who dress up modern day characters in clothes from the 80s. xD
real life japs are really fashionable too!!!!!!!!
manga characters dress just as good!!!! seriously....the japanese have nice taste
Sakata really did have the most fashion sense, which always kind of surprised me because when he was first introduced I didn't get the impression that he was the kind of guy to care about that. Same for Izumi, but he dresses well too. So I agree with warbandit.
I liked Nishi's suit.
I would wear it if that was my school uniform.
Although washing it would be tedious, and I can't imagine what it would be like on a hot day. D':
You'd be surprised how natural wearing suits on a hot day can be.
I studied at a British school and our uniform was sort of like Nishi's. In summer, no tie or suit. In winter, we got a tie and suit too. The thing is, since it was a British school, we wore ties and suits when it was winter in ENGLAND. this means that it was about 30 degrees celcius down in Brazil.
It was hell in the beginning, but I got used to it after a while. What kind of school does that, anyway!?