Over a year after launch and still never has stock! ITS A JOKE!! All I want is to buy some of your joggers! pick up all the stock! What 4 pairs of joggers in small🤣 ffs sorry to give you hard time pal but stop telling us how great your gear is but have nowt to sell. I have my own business and all 40 of my products are ALWAYS in stock
I have just ordered the stock and it should be here by the end of March. Sorry about this Dave, They have been in stock for most of the year you just must seem to check at the wrong time. apologies again
Gave this one a massive LIKE. It's so fun to watch your journey in retrospect knowing how far you've come now. I left a message for you on your birthday a few days ago (actually on your birthday video from 2018 I had commented on) and after watching this I'm even more glad I did. You got this bro, you're very smart.
Hello! i am running a small garment factory in Ho Chi Minh City - Vietnam. If you need to have a producer for long term pls contact me. I can do FOB or CM it is up to you. My email is [email protected]
My Vietnamese phone number is + 84 938 430 728 ( Zalo )
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