Get Got7’s Korean and American swag
When you look at the off-stage clothing Got7 wears, you can see that the personal styles of each members reflect both Korean and American influences through the brands they wear. Like the diversity of the group, the members do not limit themselves to strictly wearing hip-hop based brands or punk-influenced brands, but wear brands that acknowledge intermixed lifestyles.
Below is a list of distinguished lower-end Korean and American brand pieces that are affordable to the masses:
PREMIER is a Korean brand that specializes in well-constructed head wear for affordable prices. The PREMIER ‘Drunken’ hat worn by JB on episode 3 of Real GOT7 is available at the allcap outlet on Naver for 17,000₩ (approximately $17 USD).
BRATSON is a fresh Korean streetwear brand that finds inspiration from military wear and biker culture to produce limited edition quality pieces.
The BRATSON skull zip-up worn by Youngjae can be found on The Bounce in all sizes for 98,000₩ (approximately $96 USD). Another star who has been seen with the same zip-up is Block B‘s Zico! This piece is still available, so get it before you regret it! BRATSON pieces can be found on the official BRATSON, The Bounce, and at offline locations and websites listed under the ‘Dealers’ tab on the BRATSON webpage.
Youngjae is also seen wearing Carhartt‘s Acrylic Watch Beanie in Brite Lime. It can be found on Carhartt for $8. Carhartt apparel and accessories can be found on The Bounce and Carhartt WIP Korea. In Korea, there are four Carhartt stores in Seoul, two in Busan, and one in Changwon.
The Hundreds is an American brand found in Los Angeles that finds inspiration from California’s counter culture that ranges from surf and skate to punk and hip-hop.
The Hundreds’ floral skate t-shirt worn by Yugyeom in Got7’s I Like You dance practice video in white is currently sold out on major dealers online, but the same design can be found with different shirt colors. The design featured on a maroon shirt can be purchased at Native Skate Store (all sizes) for £29.99 (approximately $51 USD) and at Premier (Size L) for $18. The design featured on a black shirt can be purchased Motivation (Size S) for $15.
An alternative to this design is The Hundreds’ tropical floral t-shirt found at Zumiez (Size S, M, L) for $29.95.
Obey is an American brand established on the basis of fine art and self-empowerment. The brand works around the owner, Shepard Fairey‘s influences and ideology.
The red and white Obey icon face raglan worn by Jackson in the ‘I Like You’ dance practice video can be found on The Bounce (Size S, M, L) for 47,000₩ (approximately $46 USD). The raglan is also available in blue and white at Moose Limited (Size XL, 2XL) for $27.99 USD, black and white at Moose Limited (Size XL), Zappos (Size XL) for $25.20, and black and gray at Play Skate Shop (Size S, M, L) for €37 (approximately $50 USD).
Obey’s black crescent moon varsity jacket worn by Mark in on episode 4 of Real GOT7 can be purchased at Sneaker Junkie USA (Size M, L) for $134 and hhv.de (Size S, M, L) for €169.95 (approximately $230USD). The varsity jacket sold out at The Bounce and its listed price was 204,000₩ (approximately $200USD).
The crescent moon design is also featured on a navy and blue varsity jacket (Size M, L, XL, XXL) at Moose Unlimited for $145.99.
The same design featured on a t-shirt can be purchased at Zumiez (Size S) for $19.99 and Evo (all sizes) for $14.90. The design is also available on a hoodie which can be found at Defy Boardshop for $57.95.