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Thread: Wipeout Fusion merchandise is dire.

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    Wow. What a line.

    Nine T-Shirts, some hats and a few bags. Why bother? At least they could have done a hoody or something. And the logos on teh T-Shirts are a tad small aren't they?

    http://www.kappastore.com/uk/offerte...&Id_Reparto=57

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    Is that it???

    Why is it on a Fusion hat, the Kappa logo is the biggest one? The same with the bag.

    I don't know what I was expecting, but this surley isn't it.

    Let me guess, not available in stores?? Internet orders only?

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    The link was posted by Webmaster on the Fusion forums... so I believe that this is it for the line.

    Perhaps they will add more stuff in the future? Hopefully. I wouldn't mind skating around in an EGr Hoody.

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    Saying that, hoodies arn't really Kappa-Slappa gear, plus added to the fact that the game and thusly the gear will be pushed towards the trendy/clubber scene whereas hoodies are more alternative.

    Unless you can buy a Fruit of the Loom hoodie and somehow transfer the logo onto it (like the 5 merchandise outside gigs) I think you're out of luck

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    i think i might keep my 8.27 after all...

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    i want a fusion bag for my camera eqiupment and to transfer my black beauty ( not the horse from the tv show, my ps2)

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    I tried that transfering of logos. You can buy that iron on stuff and print a bunch of logos on it... but you have to treat it or the iron on logo will come off.

    I ruined a nice Rollersnakes T-Shirt by doing that.

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    iron on print papers arent very good. I think Ive printed 4 of those, the print is hardly visable after 2 washes.

    The kappa gear is a bit thin, but Im going to buy one Clone t-shirt to me and my brother,or... maybe that Feisar

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    Man, that is just utter garbage. What a wasted chance. I for one will be buying a FOTL shirt and doing a little screenprinting practice for my EG-r shirt.

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    My Uncle in France has a couple of those Embroidering machines... I might ask him to run off ten T-Shirts or Hoodys for me with various Fusion Graphics...

    Might not look as clean as the printed shirts, but at least it will last.

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