keeps me warm and fuzzy through the winter without looking too chunky
it has just the right length! very warm as well! good buy for winter!
Really Good Scarf. For the Price this is a really good quality product. Very warm and cool looking. Can be used as a hood.
When i first received it, i thought it was huge and i thought it would look funny on me. However it looks pretty good when i tried it on. The material is very nice and will definitely keep your neck warm
Bought the scarf in brown and it's just as I imagined it to be. It's soft, chunky and fashionable. It's the perfect scarf to wear in winter and I've received a lot of compliments from wearing it. I would definitely recommended it to others. You won't be disappointed.
I bought the brown version and man, it's really nice. Looks just like the picture. It's softer yarn, so there isn't an itch and it's quite chunky that it will fill your whole neck and some of your chin!
just as imagined :D thought it would be thin and small but this one is perfect
Love how versatile it is, got it for my boyfriend and he loved it. Works as a scarf and as a hood. And it pretty soft for how thick it is too.
Surprisingly, this scarf is of really good quality! It's extremely thick so it keeps me warm during cold weather. This is definitely worth your money so I would recommend this for anyone!!
This scarf is big and warm just like others said. I bought the black one and it goes well with my other clothes. Would definitely recommend it.
It's big, warm, and has a very nice colour to it. It is quite large in size, but it's not too big of a problem. Would definitely recommend.
From classic basics with a playful twist to dapper urban pieces, ABOKI delivers a versatile menswear collection characterized by streamlined designs and youthful details and patterns. Launched in 2008, the label quickly became popular thanks to its CEO Park Tae Joon. A famous ulzzang (a Korean term to describe a young person with a pretty or handsome face), Park has appeared in several popular Korean TV shows including "Ulzzang Generation" and "Sik Sin Road". Capitalizing on Park Tae Joon's fan base in Asia, ABOKI now looks to expand beyond South Korea.