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  1. looks like the field pant from FW09
  2. Not sure how recent this is but just noticed that Nike's Canadian site now has Nikelab and the ACG collection. No Alpine Jackets left but looked like plenty of other stuff including the pants. Hope that helps any other Canadians who have trouble tracking the stuff down.
  3. whoa, they got that fast. also:
  4. For when you want to show other ACR fans that you've been into ACR before there was ACR.
  5. That is a copy error. Thanks for calling it out I'll see that it's corrected. Inkinsurgent is correct, the Partition AR and the Galvanic both have a 100% nylon face.
  6. SS17 BBS11xSalomon - from the looks of the BBS11 lookbook, there are all white pairs as well which makes sense as these would have started as all white then been overdyed
  7. Somewhat surprised to see these new YZY boots have a gore-tex liner (indicated by Gore-tex tag).
  8. is that a translucent free rift sandal? I'm not going to wear these but shout out to nike for going there.
  9. Since we are talking about how much stuff ACR bags can hold, I thought I'd share this old post: "The external pockets on the Acronym 3A-1 hold 5 tall boys perfectly. I assume this was a tactical decision."
  10. That's from S10, the second Veilance season. The seller is confused it would seem.
  12. Not saying I disagree completely, but interested to know what Gore-Tex pants you've worn inside in and in what conditions (i.e. office environment)?
  13. Acronym for Deus Ex by Muster Brand?
  14. Thought the thread would be interested in this, Gore-Tex has recently released a pretty interesting new textile, bizarrely called Gore Active but completely unlike the previous Gore active products. What makes this product interesting is that is completely skips the face fabric and exposes the membrane as the outer surface while bonding a woven backer on the inside like a conventional 3L product. The result is a fabric that is not only ultralight and waterproof but completely hydrophobic and doesn't rely on DWR. It can't get wet and it doesn't wear away like DWR. Essentially, you can come out a rain storm, shake your coat off and it's bone dry. Unfortunately, it's pretty fragile and and thus best suited as an emergency shell or for very specific end uses. Arc'teryx is using it on a running specific jacket as is The North Face. Pretty interesting potential applications for this textile though, imagine something like an Acronym WS-J25 but half the size packed down and waterproof.
  15. curious what people are using the 3A-MP2TS to store these days? I feel like all my edc has gotten too big them.