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  1. mike lowrey

    Urban Techwear

    I'm a true or slightly big 50 and just tried on a Laminar unlined blazer in 50 that wasn't particularly fitted. This is just based on one item though, but with the blazers I would consider going true to size.
  2. mike lowrey

    The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    FS: J27-E olive, L Good condition. washed once, worn maybe 2-3 times since then. Purchased from Acronym in apr 2014 asking: $490
  3. mike lowrey

    Urban Techwear

    as far as I know he doesn't design any of the 11 line, which explains why it's so different from his main line...
  4. mike lowrey

    Urban Techwear

    still looking for suggestions
  5. mike lowrey

    Urban Techwear Community Sales Thread

    Two Coldsmoke jackets: BLACK CRUISER JACKET - $175, BNWT (retail $349) size L, fits true to size. info: https://www.coldsmokeco.com/shop/cruiser-jacket/ WAXED DECK JACKET, $195 - NEW (retail $395) size L, fits true to size. info: https://www.coldsmokeco.com/shop/waxed-deck-jacket/
  6. mike lowrey

    Urban Techwear

    looks ok but a bit too "soft" and drapy for my taste (plus I couldn't fit in that) Came across this by some Japanese brand called Teatora, looked cool but when I saw other photos it didn't look as nice.
  7. mike lowrey

    Urban Techwear

    Any suggestions on a tech-ish blazer suitable for indoor use (not insulated)? In other words, looking mostly for the specific look rather than technical features, but figured I'd ask here any way. Something along the lines of Veilance, but their blazers are a bit too flimsy for my taste. The Alchemy equipment blazer looks nice but I'm not sure if its more for outdoor use
  8. mike lowrey

    Urban Techwear

    ??? I mean, I don't care how anyone feels about the brand (mostly overdesigned mall-crap and knockoffs if you ask me), but to call it "authentic" seems incredibly far fetched.
  9. mike lowrey

    The Android Cell Phone Thread

    actually ended up getting the X. feels great compared to the compacts build-wise. Also happy with the closer-to-native Android after trying to use a Samsung.
  10. mike lowrey

    Urban Techwear

    I'm not really an expert, but all the jackets look like rebranded acronym to me (and pants look a lot better than acronym in terms of cuts)
  11. mike lowrey

    The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    Anyone seen a J58-WS in size L? I'm aware of the M being sold, but only looking for a large...
  12. mike lowrey

    The Android Cell Phone Thread

    can't believe how hard it is to find a smaller high quality android phone. The Nexus 5 has been the perfect size for me and highly usable with one hand, can't say the same about any of the current 5.2"+ phones. The S7 feels like it weighs a ton compared to the N5 and is difficult to hold with one hand due to the shape and size. compact Sonys (X, Z5) feel like crappy plastic, the Samsung A3 is a good size and build feels nice but a bit underwhelming performance wise and not a fan of their UI and all. Had high hopes for the Pixel 5" but its the same size and similar shape as the Galaxy S7, same problems.
  13. mike lowrey

    The Android Cell Phone Thread

    Handled the 5" pixel, feels very solid but also very iphone-ish. expensive as hell, and a non micro usb charger? fuck that. Also, it felt thicker and heavier than my Nexus 5 with a solid cover.
  14. mike lowrey

    Urban Techwear

    thats promising! thanks