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My son received a good looking advertisement from Hoodie Boss located at The pictures in the advertisement looked good and we ended up ordering 2 hoodies. Price was approximately 85€ per piece, discount just before Christmas appr 50%. Stupid me - I thought the price correlates the quality. I did not find the address of the store on the site, neither any information about the garment used. I was suspicious but still, I ordered.

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The hoodies were shipped in I'd say 4 weeks in 2 plastic bags, sender a private person in China and value of each shipment is 5$.

Quality of the hoodies is totally unacceptable! Bad quality material (100% synthetic fibre) and seams, no details of finishing of the work. The size even smaller than the website indicated. The quality really correlated with the price stated on the shipment package - 5$.

I asked for return and refund and got answers quickly. However, each package got a different return address to different private persons in China. Return is accepted only when the shipment can be tracked. From the north of Europe, the cheapest trackable shipment is 41€ (appr 49$) per package (100€ in total). This would be more than the originally paid price for the hoodies. I requested for one return address but HoodieBoss answered that it is not possible.

The return would have been done in the same way as the original delivery - from a Private person to a private person and the value of goods is 5$. I don't like this kind of fraud. I cannot recommend HoodieBoss to anyone.

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October 16, 2019 at 3:50 PM by
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an anonymous user from: Bakersfield, California, United States

That f***king site got me for 139 dollars; I still haven't received...


April 24, 2019 at 12:58 PM by
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an anonymous user from: Sandton, Gauteng, South Africa

I actually bought one few weeks ago and couldn't be happier :/ it's beautiful, comfortable and good material. 5/5 would buy another one


October 4, 2018 at 12:29 AM by
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an anonymous user from: San Antonio, Texas, United States

Same here. Thankfully, it looks like the site is gone (10/03/18).


July 27, 2018 at 8:24 AM by
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an anonymous user from: New York, United States

I cannot agree more with all of you! I ordered 2 hoodies from the site. The first item came and it was too small and total c**p!

I never liked the hassles of returning items especially if there's no physical store to do so,I am yet to receive the second item and it has been 4 months now.

I wanted to console myself by also receiving the second item with hope that it would be better than the first so I emailed hoodie boss severally and they replied twice saying that they were looking into it and I emailed again and again demanding for a refund when I didn't hear from them and they stopped responding to me altogether.

Please and please do not waste your money ordering from HOODIE BOSS! they are fraudulent and I hope that whoever that is in charge of monitoring these sites close them down!


March 23, 2018 at 6:44 PM by
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an anonymous user from: Williamsville, New York, United States

I cannot agree more! Unless you like wasting money and receiving garbage, do not order from them! Unfortunately, I did my research on hoodieboss after I placed an order, and when I tried to cancel the order shortly thereafter, was told I could not get a refund, because it had already shipped.

Four days later, I received a message stating it had shipped-I repeat, four days later! I checked the package tracking, and yep, it had not actually been shipped yet, when I had asked for a refund.

To top it off, it is made out of some nylon, polyester material, and is way too small. Well, I'm uncertain how they can ship the correct size, because there are literally no labels-manufacturer, size, or care-on the thing! Oh, SO bad, and it barely looks like the picture!

Please, please do not waste your money!


July 27, 2018 at 8:08 AM by
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an anonymous user from: New York, United States

They are scammers. I ordered 2 hoodies from hoodie boss, I got the first item and it was total c**p and the second item is yet to come! It's been almost 4 months now. I have emailed hoodie boss severally, they replied twice that they were looking into it, and I emailed again and again when nothing happened requesting for a refund and they stopped responding to my emails.

Please and please do not waste your money ordering from HOODIE BOSS it is a fraudulent site!


March 19, 2018 at 8:29 PM by
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an anonymous user from: San Juan, Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico

Yes, everything you have stated is true. I received my Floral Hoodie and boy was it a disappointment. They run much smaller than the US sizes ( I should have checked the chart though, but they never stated they were hoodies from the opposite side of the world upfront! ). The packaging was horrid. The hoodie came in a clear plastic sealed bag inside a sealed dusty old black back secured by 2 rubber bands. What a ripoff.

Oh, you want to return your item? Yes of course you do! Their website does say "MONEY BACK GUARANTEED" after all, doesn't it? Well, guess what? It costs more to ship the item back to the sender than it does to pay for a new item instead. Unbelievable.

These hoodies are probably worth $15 at most. I'm never buying clothes from international providers over the internet again. Waste of money.


March 12, 2018 at 8:07 AM by
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an anonymous user from: Hereford, England, United Kingdom

F**k! Should have known this before... 😡


February 22, 2018 at 9:46 AM by
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an anonymous user from: Helsinki, South Finland, Finland

Please do not buy from hoodie boss, fake materials, time wastage and it doesn't even worth the money


February 19, 2018 at 6:15 PM by
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an anonymous user from: Washington, District of Columbia, United States

I ordered a hoodie over a month ago. Tracking number does not exist, and I get no feed back from the company. If and whenever I do get this hoodie it will be to hot to wear. Never again will I order from this company.


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