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  1. Techwear sale-steals

    Harvey Nichols has 50% off their prices of Veilance. Info from Reddit user tempura_glitch.
  2. Urban Techwear Community Sales Thread

    FS - PM for details, sizing info and more pics, all shipping from Oz 1. Nonnative Size 2 Blue Windstopper Double Rider jacket $150 USD + shipping from Oz (~$25-30USD), like new, with tags 2. Veilance Anion Medium Vest Ordessa Green $200 USD 3. Veilance Actuator Medium Black $400 USD
  3. [AUS] TOJ Black Lambskin MA-1 Bomber Medium-ish View Advert I'm selling my TOJ leather jacket. I'm not a leather jacket 'guy', I just don't use it a lot. This is one of the last batch made, it took a bit over 18 months to get delivered, but that's better than the many who were ripped off. Shipping in a box with signature on delivery from Australia. Shipping is a big cost, and is included in the price. Please keep in mind the shipping price of about $60 USD plus the seller fees I need to pay, and the currency exchange I'll also need to pay. Specs: Weighs 1.2 kg, black lambskin leather, gusseted rear shoulders to aid mobility, Bemberg lining, heavy duty YKK zipper, 2 external side pockets with snap fastening, 1 left arm sleeve with pocket, 2 internal pockets with snap fastening, wool cuffs, wool collar. If there is a Levis jacket in the photos, ignore it. It's not mine, I didn't put it in the listing, it's a forum glitch. What's wrong with it? I tore part of the lining in the armpit, I think it caught on something in my hand. It has been sewn up, see the picture I provide. It hasn't happened again, or gotten worse. At the rear hem some of the stitching is loose, and it shows some mis-sewing (see the picture). The wool hem isn't loose as far as I can tell, it's not about to fall off or anything. Lambskin is a softer, less durable form of leather. But that makes it more comfortable to wear. So that is a pro and a con. Like any leather it is a product of a living creature, and can show marks and imperfections from that, in the case of this lambskin some "veininess" is present. It mostly stands out on the upper right front shoulder piece. Condition Good. Minus the following imperfections as mentioned above: armpit lining repair, stitching loose at rear hem. Non pet and smoking household. Approximate Measurements If you have any questions of doubts on sizing I'll do my best to answer. Front shoulder to shoulder (front, seam to seam, straight across): 17.25 inches Front chest width (pit-to-pit, straight across, not seam to seam): 21 inches Front waist width (straight across, not seam to seam): 18.5 inches Rear shoulder to shoulder (rear, seam to seam, straight across): 17.75 inches Rear chest width (pit-to-pit, straight across, not seam to seam): 21.75 inches Rear waist width (straight across, not seam to seam): 18.75 inches Rear length from bottom of wool collar, not including wool cuff at hem: 22.5 inches Rear length of wool cuff at hem: 2.75 inches Sleeve length (from shoulder seam, not including wool cuff): 24.50 inches Sleeve length cuff length (adds to sleeve length): 2.75 inches Thanks for looking, don't hesitate to ask questions! I'm selling my TOJ leather jacket. I'm not a leather jacket 'guy', I just don't use it a lot. This is one of the last batch made, it took a bit over 18 months to get delivered, but that's better than the many who were ripped off. Price is in Aus dollars, take advantage of the strong Yanqui dollar. Shipping will be a lot, about $75 AUD/$55 USD, shipped in a box with signature on delivery. Specs: Weighs 1.2 kg, black lambskin leather, gusseted rear shoulders to aid mobility, Bemberg lining, heavy duty YKK zipper, 2 external side pockets with snap fastening, 1 left arm sleeve with pocket, 2 internal pockets with snap fastening, wool cuffs, wool collar. What's wrong with it? I tore part of the lining in the armpit, I think it caught on something in my hand. It has been sewn up, see the picture I provide. It hasn't happened again, or gotten worse. At the rear hem some of the stitching is loose, and it shows some mis-sewing (see the picture). The wool hem isn't loose as far as I can tell, it's not about to fall off or anything. Lambskin is a softer, less durable form of leather. But that makes it more comfortable to wear. So that is a pro and a con. Like any leather it is a product of a living creature, and can show marks and imperfections from that, in the case of this lambskin some "veininess" is present. It mostly stands out on the upper right front shoulder piece. Condition Good. Minus the following imperfections as mentioned above: armpit lining repair, stitching loose at rear hem. Non pet and smoking household. Approximate Measurements If you have any questions of doubts on sizing I'll do my best to answer. Front shoulder to shoulder (front, seam to seam, straight across): 17.25 inches Front chest width (pit-to-pit, straight across, not seam to seam): 21 inches Front waist width (straight across, not seam to seam): 18.5 inches Rear shoulder to shoulder (rear, seam to seam, straight across): 17.75 inches Rear chest width (pit-to-pit, straight across, not seam to seam): 21.75 inches Rear waist width (straight across, not seam to seam): 18.75 inches Rear length from bottom of wool collar, not including wool cuff at hem: 22.5 inches Rear length of wool cuff at hem: 2.75 inches Sleeve length (from shoulder seam, not including wool cuff): 24.50 inches Sleeve length cuff length (adds to sleeve length): 2.75 inches Thanks for looking, don't hesitate to ask questions! Advertiser deadbilly Date 05/06/2018 Price $400.00 Category outerwear
  4. arcteryx veilance

    I've had one a few months, but only worn it a couple of times so far (summer). It's my usual Veilance size (medium [but I'm a S in mainline Arc'teryx]), I'm a 38 chest but the stuff I've got or had sets medium to be my default size (Mionn blazers in S and M, Blazer LTs in S and L, Anion vest in S, Actuator in M, the shirts (Component and one I can't recall what it is) I've got seem to be okay for me in S tho'. My main fit issues with anything is the width of my back!?! Anyway the fabric is not too obnoxiously loud (a bugbear of mine, does the Blazer LT fabric ever quiet down?), the sleeves are a little long for me, I don't like the way the collar stands up with the rollaway hood in it (maybe my neck is too short- I'm about 173cm/5'8" and 73kg/162lbs), the smaller of the internal pockets is on the left which is annoying to me. But overall I like it (but I did get it for decently cheap from someone in the same city). Upper arms are pretty roomy, nice patterning. Slight fleece lining, so the Arris or Actuator would be better when you want Goretex and exertion. I can't really see the jacket as a mid layer under something else, 1) I'm in a temperate zone, 2) it has no stretch and the material is closer to the Field Jacket in weight than Goretex Superlight. But I can easily fit a Small Arc'teryx Atom AR as a mid layer- due to the room upper arms. Adaptability wise (which for me is how do I like/enjoy the garment inside for social settings) I'm not so sure- since it's plastic it'll always look a bit raincoaty (but the cut/fit does offset that) and it isn't silent. No fits, but ask away if you have more questions.
  5. Urban Techwear Community Sales Thread

    Hit me up if you need more info. Just realised a Styleforum login is needed to see the details on these links I provided. FS: Veilance Anion vest in Small Ordessa green $250USD (or reasonable offers, plus shipping from Oz), details and pics here Styleforum Anion vest, one flaw (pics to those interested). Jeez, I don't want to sell my only Ordessa Veilance item. FS: Veilance Actuator Black Medium $400USD (or reasonable offers, plus shipping from Oz), pics here: StyleForum Actuator Hardly ever used, don't need it after getting a FJ soon after. One small blemish on shoulder, pics to those interested. Garment bag (might increase shipping cost tho').
  6. Your biggest issue with techwear is ?

    Swish, swish, swish, argh shut up tech wearing fool (self directed).
  7. Urban Techwear Community Sales Thread

    Hit me up if you need more info. Just realised a Styleforum login is needed to see the details on these links I provided. FS: S.E.H Kelly Ventile Hooded Jacket Blue Medium $250USD (or reasonable offers, plus shipping from Oz), more details at Styleforum S.E.H Kelly Hooded Jacket and at SEH Kelly website FS: Veilance Anion vest in Small Ordessa green $250USD (or reasonable offers, plus shipping from Oz), details and pics here Styleforum Anion vest Jeez, I don't want to sell my only Ordessa Veilance item. FS: Veilance Actuator Black Medium $500USD (or reasonable offers, plus shipping from Oz), pics here: StyleForum Actuator Hardly ever used, don't need it after getting a FJ soon after. One small blemish on shoulder, pics to those interested. Garment bag (might increase shipping cost tho').
  8. Urban Techwear Community Sales Thread

    FS: Veilance Anion vest in Small Ordessa green $250USD (or reasonable offers, plus shipping from Oz), details and pics here Styleforum Anion vest Jeez, I don't want to sell my only Ordessa Veilance item! FS: Veilance Actuator Black Medium $500USD (or reasonable offers, plus shipping from Oz), pics here: StyleForum Actuator Hardly ever used, don't need it after getting a FJ soon after.
  9. Techwear sale-steals

    Veilance Arris in Douro M and XL at 50% off at East Dane Arris
  10. Techwear sale-steals

    Now http://peggsandson.com have a small one available Indisce 3/4 S Black with 60% off. Grud, where's my M dammnit!
  11. Urban Techwear

    I recently bought something similar from single man operation Tread Lite Gear from the UK Ebay Passport neck wallet about 24UKP (though it doesn't look like he has made any more of the Cuben hybrid ones). Thread of his over here: Tread Lite Gear thread at trek-lite.com
  12. Techwear sale-steals

    Indisce 3/4 L Black available at peggsandsons.com for 50% off, and an additional 15% off with FURTHER15, and VAT is removed for relevant locales, and free international shipping for sales more than 250UKP. So it comes to 266UKP outside VAT relevant locales. The actual URL resolves to include the string field-is-jacket-peat-17386 which made me laugh. Update: they cancelled my order on a medium due to the cuff buttons being damaged. Hope whoever bought the L got a good deal.....
  13. Urban Techwear Community Sales Thread

    FS: Veilance Black Medium Actuator $500USD (or reasonable offers, plus shipping from Oz), pics here: StyleForum Hardly ever used, don't need it after getting a FJ soon after. Cheers.
  14. View Advert SOLD Reigning Champ Sea to Sky Stow Away Hoodie [AUS] Shipping from Australia at cost to destination. About $22 USD to the US, little more to UK/Europe, etc. From Reigning Champ’s recent Sea to Sky collection, this jacket takes a classic silhouette from the Canadian brand and introduces performance fabric from Polartec. Made in Canada, the jacket is made from a cutting-edge water-resistant nylon that stretches for added mobility. DWR water-resistant stretch nylon Stow-away hood Made in Canada Flatlocked seams Articulated set-in / raglan sleeves YKK Aquaguard zipper In-seam zip pockets Rib cuffs and hem Taped collar Fabric: 93% Nylon, 7% Elastane Condition: Good condition. Some pilling on the fleece of the collar (see photos). Non pet and smoking household. Approximate Measurements: Shoulder to shoulder (rear): hybrid raglan/set-in sleeves means no seam at rear so I cannot really measure this. I need at least 17.5 inches in a rear shoulder, and this jacket is comfortable in that area, so it is equivalent to about 18-18.5 inches. Chest width (pit-to-pit, front): 22 inches Rear length: 26 inches Sleeve length (from shoulder seam): 25.5 inches Thanks for looking! Any questions just ask. Advertiser deadbilly Date 04/27/2017 Price $135.00 Category outerwear  
  15. arcteryx veilance

    Not to ozzieland, seems to be limited to Austria, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Norway, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Swizterland, The Netherlands, UK, US. It's a start tho'