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About moneytalks

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  • style
    next level
  • attitude
    addicted
  • biography:
    eyes without a face
  • location:
    Over Here
  • talents:
    Baking, Poetry, Gardening, Knitting, Wearing Clothing, Removing Clothing
  • occupation:
    Lady of Leisure
  • denim
    size 32
  • t-shirt
    large
  • shoes
    us 9 uk 8.5 eu 43 jp 27

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  1. moneytalks

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    would not size up. i did with my initial piece which i got from the mothersite. It fit, but just not perfectly. and because it was big layered with a J58 only made it poofier. recently managed to replace it with a medium after loads of searching and negotiation, and while it's a smaller jacket that fits great over just a t shirt, it is cut to accommodate a liner and actually looks less poofy (M J1A-GT 2.2 + M J58) than the M58 with a large J1a-GT 2.2
  2. moneytalks

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    shit you're right checked my spec sheet don't know why i thought the 1.1 was primaloft... so now i'm kinda salty thinking there is a thinner version available...
  3. moneytalks

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    figured it out from what @erlsn posted on ig, pocket redesigns that can't be seen from outside, hence reusing the same photos all three look the same from the outside, V1 is climashield, V1.1 is primaloft, V1.2 is primaloft with extended/redesigned pockets (interior)
  4. moneytalks

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    isn't this exactly the same as the 18/19 primaloft one, can someone explain @erlsn's talking about it like it's all new.. is this also a made in china piece?
  5. moneytalks

    The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    WTB: J68-S in BLACK MEDIUM WTS: P10A-S 8/10 uniform fading US$900 (includes bag and sheet) P10-S 9/10 great condition US$900 (includes bag and sheet) E-J4TS 8/10 uniform fading US$900 (comes with sling and patches, no bag/sheet) WTT: P24A-S RAF LARGE 8/10 for P24A-S RAF MEDIUM similar condition or better (i will top up) (includes bag and sheet)
  6. moneytalks

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    there was a backpack in that interview... https://www.gq.com/story/errolson-hugh-acronym-profile
  7. moneytalks

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    it me, daniel of the internets
  8. moneytalks

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    aubrey is that u lol
  9. moneytalks

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    here's a crappy photo, along with my custom Bagjack NXL and bagjack x eliminator belt (bagjackbois we out here) attached to the molle is a 3A-MP2TS to carry my vape (lol) and airpods (lolx2) will take proper photos when i have time, i personally think it looks way better around the waist with a tucked in tee shirt.
  10. moneytalks

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    my pair just came in, pics soon fit-wise, it's basically a P10 with half/elastic hem rather than a zip, has a nifty phone pocket on the right thigh and a zippered pocket on the left fits a little more "formal" than a P10, and material has a crazy amount of stretch and is very breathable despite being pretty substantial in thickness
  11. moneytalks

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    anybody bought the bagjack golf pants? would love to see some fit pics
  12. moneytalks

    The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    WTB 3A-WK3
  13. moneytalks

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    Sizing S M L XL 1/2 Waist 44 46 48 50 1/2 Hem 17.5 18 18.5 19 Inseam 71 73.5 76 78.5 Outseam 100.5 103.5 106.5 109.5
  14. moneytalks

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    as many people have said before – whatever waist size you are, don't bother. it's height. if you don't have excess at the waist, something is terribly wrong. they're designed to be cinched. BUY FOR YOUR HEIGHT!
  15. moneytalks

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    get an L. i'm 5'10" and the crop is already pretty aggressive in my Medium there are no belt loops but the drawcords are much more functional than the p23 drawcord as for the p23 what i find works best is not using the drawcord, and folding the excess at both sides, then belt over (you can also fold the excess at both sides of the fly in front for a slightly different drape)