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  1. Vietnam probably #1 in quality textiles. If your Nike/Adidas/Rebok etc is Vietnamese made the quality is generally much better than Chinese or other made. Also suits and dresses (tailored etc) is generally the best. =You can get a tailor made online wedding dress for $200-300 that is exceptional.

  2. Junky pants..lol ill go away n never come back omglmao 🤣😂😅..you crack me up Troy!!! You definitely need to do more of these shopping for clothes vids..maybe go live..im curious the clothes made 🤔

  3. I was last Year in Vietnam and got my hair messed up, and i ended up buying a Nike and Adidas cap for 50K dong each so cheap hahaha , the haircut was around the same price lol

  4. THIS DICK IS BEING PRESSURED INTO BUYING, IF NOT BUYING THE SELLER WILL CALL U ALL SHIT OF NAMES-.. THOSE VIETNAMESE RUDE SELLERS WILL CALL U OUT IF NOT BUYING.. FUCKING CUNTS

  5. Lots of different ways to recognize knock-off, most notably craftsmanship (stitches, logo’s, material quality, overall quality), tags, labels, prices, where and how they’re sold…prices are big one. Combine that with the fact that most knock-offs are made in Asia, I think you know what you bought.

  6. Those UA pants would probably cost $50.00 USD, so I can guarantee you they aren’t the real deal. All I can say is, in your climate, I’d stick with 100% cotton.

  7. Very passive sellers, in other countries similar to Vietnam they would approach you and push the product on you, as soon as you look at the merchandise they offer help

  8. Sad part is Americans buy the same things in U.S. and paying ridiculously high prices for them….because they’re “genuine” and not “knock-offs”. Such a conspiracy. Just like the MSG is bad for you story made up by US government to curtail rise of Chinese cuisine there.

  9. I can understand the interest in fake high end brands but I can’t imagine interest in fake UA, Adidas, Nike, etc when those brands are dirt cheap already. I also know if I ever get a chance to visit Vietnam, I will know to leave any designer outfits at home as most people would assume it’s all fake given the dominant counterfeit markets here.

  10. *”Haggle fail!”* That was hilarious! You sort of lost your bargaining power there, Troy! LOL I prefer the look of the Adidas……UA and the Swoosh are much over priced. Edit—I hate the hard sales pitch they were throwing your way, although I know times are difficult and they need the sale.

  11. It’s debatable whether to hand out money to poor or support small bizz – from time to time, it’s better to do the latter bc at least these vendors are working and making a living. Maybe try buying durian next time? I never got chance to eat street durian – was intimidated : (

  12. Wow Saigon square so empty, thank you Toyota lol. your doing a great job Troy. keep up the Deserved Donations and vids. i will come to Vietnam by boat from Australia. no planes.

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