Europeans, Where Did The Hate For Stone Island Come From
Stone Island turned synonymous with football hooligans within the UK in the 80s and 90s – football hooliganism in these days carried a great deal of bad press, for apparent causes, mass violence up and down the nation, in the stadiums, on the trains, in the pubs, down the backstreets and anyone concerned would be thought of a lowlife thug wanker – basically because they have been. It was additionally adopted by hooligans in different parts of Europe, Netherlands, Scandinavia, Russia and so forth, anywhere that had the same issues of football violence.
Identical factor went for Stone Islands sister model, C.P. Firm, and their well-known goggle jacket, although not as much.
Football hooligans have died off within the UK from what stone island parker jacket it used to be but they are nonetheless round, as nicely as the football ‘casuals’ and because of Stone Islands connection to that it is usually worn by individuals who suppose they’re exhausting cunts who walk round with their chests puffed up and their arms out like they’re carrying two carpet rolls. They’re the ones supplying you with the lifeless eye in the pub and say things like “u wana take this exterior do ya m8 “.
Its also worn fairly a bit by drug sellers and ‘roadmans’ as its a standing symbol. The compass badge is easily recognisable and everybody is aware of Stone Island is an expensive model. They also wear Moncler bubble jackets and Gucci manbags but they arent really anything to do with the soccer hooligan factor.