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  1. WAYWT destroyed my cybernetic implants [2046]

    It's decent enough thus far, but can't say they've seen too much wear yet. Don't wear the shorts too often...had them a little over a year but worn it for maybe only a month's worth total? So can't speak to how durable they'll be, but stitching on them is clean and seems high quality.
  2. WAYWT destroyed my cybernetic implants [2046]

    Nonsense! Outlier Big Bucket Hat ACR x Highsnobiety tee meanswhile cargo shorts meanswhile sandals ACR 3A-12TS
  3. The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    WTS: J62-PB Small full pack, brand new just tried on $1100 shipped in CONUS WTT/IC (not for outright sale): 3A-3TS XPAC full pack (original blue-ish one, not new olive) 3A-12TS J36-GT Small full pack J47R-GT Small full pack Interested in: J1B-S Small, Black J47A-WS Small maybe some other items in small, LMK what you've got
  4. ᴬ c ᴳ [ALL CONDITIONS GEAR]

    It seems like there are two ACG lines now: ACG and NikeLab ACG. The retro stuff looks like it'll be the former. The latter here.
  5. Acronym.

    https://acrnm.com/sizing It's not always true, but since sizing is S, M, L each will cover a range of waist sizes, therefore waist isn't as much a constraint. Sizing for length is definitely advisable when you see waist measurements that seem to make no sense, e.g. P23TS-S had some wild waist measurement of 50+cm across...obviously too large by any normal means, so this should clue you in that these pants are intentionally wide and require significant belting at the waist. For these types of pants, look at the length more than anything since the waist is intentionally large at any size.
  6. Acronym.

    Healthy amount of symbolism in that video: NG3-PS Errolson represents old school, "tech" ACR Cowboy Errolson represents new wave, high fashion (high priced) ACR John Mayer is really Hiroki Nakamura in disguise JM/HN wants to sway E to follow visvim's path, the high-priced road, with his sweet melodies. Cowboy E is forced to face his former tech self and decide if he wants to kill him and move forward. We're at the cusp of ACR's new business model and audience. Will Cowboy E pull the trigger and go full Nakamura?
  7. The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    WTT My 3A-3TS OG XPAC (not newest olive one) for your J1B-S Black, Small
  8. Techwear-Intern DIY Designs

    Probably should refrain from asking for shipping address up front from all entrants and just limit that to later for the winners only.
  9. Acronym.

    I heard that the neon tape is actually a Forcelock tape for when your AirPods fall off your jacket, your shoes can pick em right back up.
  10. Acronym.

    Velcro if you want to move the logo tape/forcelock onto the hood. Loop and stud to attach ("stow") the hood inside on the sling attachment anchors.
  11. The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    Do you mean something else? These pants literally don't exist.
  12. Acronym.

    I don't know that "fail" is the right word. "Limited use cases" would be how I describe it. NFC cards in Gravity Pockets for the metro is convenient, and never "fails". Likewise, Forcelock while stationary is quite nice, e.g. at the office I sometimes use it at my desk so that my headphone cable isn't dangling under my forearms/across my keyboard; or when I'm out walking my dog and for whatever reason need to dock earbuds--again, very convenient. Maybe not useful 98% of the time, but the 2% of the time that it is it works 100% of the time, lol.
  13. Acronym.

    That's what everyone said about the J62-PB before it was released
  14. Acronym.

    I heard @CARLOOA got subnet by sacrificing those spec sheets.
  15. ᴬ c ᴳ [ALL CONDITIONS GEAR]

    Sure. But increasing the price puts it into ACR's territory, which Errolson would probably never allow since then it'd be a direct competitor to his mainline; and if people were willing to pay more there's ACR already occupying that space. Maybe it could happen if Errolson was out of the equation, but personally Nike doesn't scream premium as a brand so going even higher in price becomes a little disjointed from a brand perspective. Errolson's name being attached kind of elevates Nike's brand (again, just for me personally) so the prices seem more reasonable (not because of any hype behind E, but because I trust him after years of experience with ACR). Without his name attached I'd laugh at a $700 coat produced by Nike.