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Andrew Ference doesn’t just look good on the ice, he looks great off the ice, according to Boston.com.
Ference was named one of the most stylish Bostonians this year. The Bruins defenseman and Celtics president Rich Gotham were the only two on the list with sports ties.
The writers got Ference to admit what he likes to wear on the weekends.
“Honestly, a lot of the things I wear are because I grew up as a punk, skateboard, snowboarding kid,” he explained. “I still buy Volcom jeans, and most of the casual pieces I wear are active brands.”
Check out some of Ference’s Twitter pictures to get an idea of his style.
“@lex_luthaa: @Ferknuckle of all your tattoos, which is your favorite/most meaningful?” My Haida art. http://t.co/wwM8sh93— Andrew Ference (@Ferknuckle) January 22, 2013
And blue… http://t.co/Tk2nU746— Andrew Ference (@Ferknuckle) December 06, 2012
Thanks to Budvar brewery for the tour of how a REAL Budweiser is made. About as fresh as it gets! http://t.co/MGILnSOt— Andrew Feren
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