Cheap and plentiful ain't a bad thing. Drapes is rough, but drapes is hardy and what good is a soft touch if it can't take some tumble? Bakka Filk, known for their penchant to push the limits of what can and should be turnt from whole cloth (yes, even bobs), gets some low chant for their quality. Are they the clothier of choice for miscreants and gutter punks? No doubt. They use cheap fabrics and keep their prices drummy. But disposability can be an asset when comes to the dirty grind of Fringeling work and call me a trussie if I'm ever caught snubbing nose at pure utility. Grow up, kips.