Kanye West's New Favorite Sweatshirt: Get The Details

Kanye West performs at the 2014 Made In America Festival
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Kanye West performs on the Marilyn Stage during Day 2 of the 2014 Budweiser Made in America Festival at Los Angeles Grand Park on August 31, 2014 in Los Angeles, CA. 

That didn't take long. After Kanye West was pictured photographing a paparazzi rocking a sweatshirt he liked on Thursday (Oct. 30), the garment has since gone into retirement.

So if any fans are looking to score the D9 Reserve NASA sweatshirt, TMZ reports that they are out of luck. All 300 shirts the company had made are officially sold out and they has no plans to restock the shirt. They were going for $135 prior to disappearing off the racks.

In fact, as of press time, potential buyers received this message: "The item 'D9 NASA CREWNECK (WHITE)' could not be added to your order. It's not currently available with the options you selected."

Prior to selling out, the clothing brand boasted that shirt was "made with the best materials and top notch craftsmanship, this garment will make you feel like a million bucks." That sounds like something the rapper knows a thing or two about. We just wonder if Yeezy was able to snap one up before they sold out.


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