The range of cheap saturday market coats as worn by poor children. Inspired the song 'Nanny Annie Fishy Fanny Condom Fifty-Four'.
written by Ja*es*Bl*ck, approved by Log

A similar kind of thing were 'Kenwood' and 'Pioneer' jackets, which were considered to be a mark of distinction and street credibility.
The lustre faded a little when we discovered they were five quid a pop from the local market.
written by Ed*Rya*, approved by Susan

Since I lived in a town full of pikeys, owning a NaffCO54 jacket was the biznitch. People in Naf Naf coats were pointed at laughed at for being a bunch of hoity-toity poofs. All a matter of perspective really...
written by Me* Mc*in*, approved by Susan