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    feeling gastronomique tcb20s three ways with sandals
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    Might be a stupid observation, but I'm really against the overbearing use of branding on these. Logos all over the front and cage, name on the side, repeated alongside the border... One of the beauties of ACRONYM is the fact that branding is subtle, with the option to completely remove from the clothing. This just seems ostentatious in comparison.
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    FS: 3A-3TS SVR never been opened 960 usd within the US Price includes shipping and fees
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    That shirt might be my first TCB..
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    @volvo240thebestThanks for posting the shirt. I think I asked a few pages back about whether they were going to make workshirts. Looking forward to seeing the measurements in a size Large.
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    I'll get the tabby vest as well, just waiting the workshirt to be ready and will get both.. first pic of the new workshirt
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    Ultimately the value of forums has always been, and will probably continue to be, that it is an archived and searchable database of particular hobbies/communities. Personally, sufu in its glory days was that for: waywt-type photos/inspiration marketplace for specific designers/brands fashion discussion Instagram and other photo-sharing things basically killed sufu's value as a "real-time" feed for waywt-type photos. However the archival aspect of sufu is still unique. I can't imagine trying to find a specific photo from a user on IG since it'd be a manual exercise in scrolling through an infinite feed. But if photos/posts here are tagged/captioned well, all it takes is a quick search and I can refer back to something years ago. Impossible with IG, etc. Grailed largely took away the marketplace aspect, but users still want to avoid fees so sufu still has room to reclaim this area. Fashion discussion is where sufu really beats out the competition, specifically because it's all archived. I can see posts from ten years ago, and if I were super committed and interested in a certain brand/aspect I could literally go through a large part of its history right here. Reddit really took away from forums because instead of having to bookmark/go to 10 different forums for different hobbies, it consolidated several interests into one site by way of subreddits, so now I just need to remember one site. But what Reddit gains in convenience it loses in archival discussion. Threads there have a lifetime of a couple days (talking about niche subreddits, not the FP)...if you're not around for the first few days when a thread is started and instead you find it weeks, months, years later and you ask a question or want to continue that conversation you've no chance. It's like you found out about a party too late and when you show up everyone's had their fun and now they're all gone--there's no one to talk to anymore. But sufu (and all forums, really) are an on-going, and in a lot of cases, never-ending discussion. If someone replies to a thread that's months old it generally gets bumped to the top of the list and users are reminded and can pick up right where it left off. So how to capitalize on those strengths? I'm not sure. For photos maybe make it a requirement to include relevant tags/brands/captions? Improve the marketplace so it's easier to upload photos and make it mobile-friendly. Make the search functionality throughout the site great so the archival aspect (the one true unique selling proposition, IMO) can continue. In its current form it kinda sucks. And maybe our mentality to new entrants to a discussion/thread that ask an already-answered question has to change too. That is, I'm sure we've all experienced a first-time poster coming into a 5+ year old thread asking a question that's been asked hundreds of times before and we tell em to "just use the search function." While that is a valid answer, the effect of a newcomer asking a question bumps a thread to the top, bringing more eyes to it and with it the potential to continue a discussion that might've tapered off awhile ago. Plus answering their question straight away would probably be a positive experience for them, giving them incentive to return; whereas shooing them away to the search function might leave a bad taste in their mouth and they'll never return.
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    unlike some other brands, veilance is incredibly consistent in sizing compared to other brands. people new to the brand might not know this, hence the requests. "get your usual size" is practically a meme in this thread by now.
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    I think asking is legit. Where I live there is only 1 stockist available in the whole country. And even for this one it is not well known that he offers Veilance as an addition to mainline Arc. So I can relate to someone asking about measurements. For example, I‘m size m in pretty much everything from Veilance, except the Frame T-Shirt for which I‘m L. And for the pants I‘m altering between 33 and 32 depending on model ...It took me quite some time figuring that out
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    Veilance’s size charts on their website are generic body measurements. They don’t give the actual garment measurements. Even the product descriptions are very vague. It makes sense that people newer to the brand would ask about sizing. Also they might not know about stockists they could potentially check for measurements. Most likely, if you’re selling on Grailed, they are lazy and don’t want to put in the time lol.
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    Update on my wattle 129s:
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    Another day, another pair of Denime. 66XX today in front of Lake Mokre in Masuria during a hike. Jeans are in need of a wash soon... PS: yeah the same tee as yesterday (gross) but it was fresh yesterday
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    Indigoproof once replaced the cuffs on such a jacket and it came out great, must be a few years ago, I think, but it's definitely possible. Anyways, do any of you know of unsanforized black-overdyed indigo jeans? Preferably in a 60s cut or something similar. Or has one of you overdyed your denim black or something similar? I know about the od versions of Ironheart, but 21oz is too heavy for me atm and only the 634-cut suits my thighs. Thank you very much!
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    I need to take some real denim photos but in he mean time some shots from my trip to big Sur.
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    First post in here, London been crazy hot lately, first chance for a jacket in a minute... Needles Kirkland Signature Kapital 70s x DSM
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    Something very interesting is happening to my new pair of PBJ 1143 (12oz, Relaxed Tapered, Summer Jeans) in this 97 degree weather in Dubai. All the sweat and humidity is creating something very different from what I have seen so far. I will update here in a few months.
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    Hmmm, speaking of gators, here's an 8 footer 12 feet off the edge of my backyard I was swimming there this morning at 10 AM!
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    Absolutely possible. I believe there is a number of places that supply them. Mash clothing in Japan springs to mind
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