In this episode… PAQ prepare for a flight by competing to source the best possible travel outfit for under £50.
Attempting to strike the perfect balance between looking good and feeling comfy on a long haul flight, the boys get mad imaginative (as well as resorting to old tactics) in search of that holy W.
The guys fits are judged by London based singer Mabel, who pulls no punches when deciding who comes out on top.
Watch to see whose outfit is first class and who has their head in the clouds.
This episode is the start of a sponsored 3-part special with Mennace. The guys over there are huge fans of the show and want to back our movement as much as possible, so big up them for the ongoing support.
If you want to check out the Mennace site you can find it here: https://kyra.com/l/mennace
Born out of an appreciation for desirable, high quality fashion, Mennace aims to bring next level menswear with an affordable price tag to the discerning consumer. Mennace offers a combination of smart and casual pieces, taking inspiration from youth culture.
Episode 12 will be launching over the next couple of weeks, so click subscribe and hit the notification button to get a heads up.
Mennace Website: https://mennace.com
Use of any product and/or brand names does not imply any affiliation with, or any endorsement by, the respective owners of such products or brand names, unless specifically stated.
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