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Appleseed last won the day on November 10 2014

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  1. Acronym.

    P10 top block was definitely tightened up between earlier and later versions. This has been discussed (not sure if it resulted in a Gen. iteration on the official ACR product listing - and you'd probably have to dig to find original measurement listings), but IMO wasn't significant enough to 'size-up'. Eliminated the baggy seat, etc. Haven't heard of sim. modification to the P24...but no other pant has been issued as many times as the P10, so-
  2. Acronym.

    They suck. Has been discussed here before I think. Tried to do me the same...
  3. Acronym.

    Current Pro fabric is much more breathable and qualitatively feels lighter. Different membrane type from the original Pro specification. This is not a super recent switch, but it was noteworthy enough that it was mentioned in product copy, back when. *actually, I just looked back at the J69 page. They're still calling it out as 'next-gen. technology'
  4. Acronym.

    If done correctly. Ironing is one of the mfg. req'd ways to restore the DWR.
  5. Acronym.

    J69 has the EscapeZip, and is def. not centered. More. I doubt my case was an exception, but the collar down needed a bit of love out-the-box. Ironing nec. to get anything as clean as the product shots. Even where reinforced, the ends of the collar tend to curl in a pretty un-appealing way. Trade-off with the super lightweight Gore-Tex Pro, I suppose... FWIW, I've just been in the habit of wearing the collar up.
  6. ∆CCESSO®IES [SHURIKEN/SHUKO/OBI/SHOGE/etc.]

    SDR Tote or one of the Outlier paper nylon bags? Outlier seems to be out of stock at the moment tho-
  7. The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    Haven't seen an official one since way back - a real dark brown/red mix. This Grailed listing could just be overexposed, but the affectation is pretty similar from what I remember.
  8. The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    Looks like GT-J9TS (Gore-Tex XCR, FW/0607)...which evolved into the GT-J20. Model share w/ Tilak, IIRC. Did the transfer marking survive on the TecSys? Or has that worn off?
  9. Acronym.

    Not coincidental to this conversation, but I believe she's also dipped out of Nike. People wanted to get all conspiratorial about Errolson vs. Nike re: ACG....but corporate doesn't really keep independent designers on board for extended periods (extrapolate reasoning why she transitioned into a formal position for the brand after her own JFS collection). You come into the fold, or- I'd always assumed the ACR designer-led NikeLab stuff was going to be a capsule. If anything, it lasted longer than expected. Will be interesting to see what comes next for her.
  10. Acronym.

    SS07 had a number of pieces done in a white Scholler fabric. SS-J2A, SS-J3, and SS-J4; IIRC.
  11. Acronym.

    It still works. And there shouldn't be any 'rolling' involved. Push the sleeve up, per my instructions.
  12. Acronym.

  13. ᴬ c ᴳ [ALL CONDITIONS GEAR]

    ^ some hard takes from Steve. My 9-year-old self thought he was gonna be buried in Revaderchi's....still one of my favorite pairs of all time~
  14. Acronym.

    Would happily pay idiot money for a 3A-8TS-COR...I quite liked the aesthetic of the new olive XPAC, but would feel pretty foolish paying that much for something that wouldn't work as daily-carry for me. Need an actual laptop compartment-
  15. Urban Techwear

    ^as painfully illiterate as that Redditor post on ACR a few months ago. This one manages to list Errolson as 'the man responsible for....Arc'teryx Veilance...' L O L