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  1. Acronym.

    I believe all the belts linked so far have metal.
  2. Acronym.

    It fits in the MK1 mezz pocket. It's a very useful combination.
  3. Acronym.

    Personally, unless you are extremely confident in your DIY abilities, I would keep trying the Acronym for a repair or go through an authorized repairer as mentioned. These will be the most expensive and take the longest, but it will probably be worth the extra effort at the end of the day.
  4. Acronym.

    Well, they're different pants so I'm not surprised they are different measurements. There may be slight differences in the same model year over year, but something as significant as a change in the sizing should mean a different Generation tag (i.e 1 vs 1.1 etc).
  5. Acronym.

    I tied my P15s if I didn't want to wear a belt, held up fine.
  6. The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    Long shot, but WTT: My FW1617 P24A-DS Small For your: 3A-2 (L2 preferred) + negotiated amount of cash on top. Pants are 8/10 condition. Exterior has minimal signs of wear (i.e. slight fading over raid pocket buttons). Inner waistband also has minor signs of wear (pilling, light discoloration, creasing). Overall they are in excellent shape. FYI to me a 10/10 would be new, never worn for any extended amount, 9/10 - worn but no signs of wear, 8/10 worn with very minor signs of wear and so on.
  7. Acronym.

    Curious how you sized, would you recommend going one down or did you go with your usual size?
  8. Acronym.

    I tried the 47TS and 47A-WS (it's actually yours lol) over my J58. They both have about the same amount of room around the shoulders and arms, the TS might be a little roomier but it could also be the stiffer GT Pro vs. the lighter WS. The 47TS feels and looks a little wider from the chest down through the waist. @jeddyhsu will try to get some fit pics soon
  9. Acronym.

    I only have a 47A-WS for comparison, but the 47TS has one inner pocket inside the chest pocket and TS where the A has another pocket. The description says three pockets, but it's really two with TS for the option of three (or more depending on how you configure). Thanks for the hands on feedback, one of the reasons I enjoy in store drops is reading everyone's thoughts across the collection. I pretty much agree with you on everything you mentioned, just a slightly different opinion on the 47TS in white. For me, it looked better in person than in the photos. I had an impression it was an extremely bright white from the product shots, but I found it to be more muted and matte in person which is my personal preference. I agree that the material does seem to stain relatively easily (dulling/discoloration tbd), but I feel like offering the same jacket in black makes it a non issue. Meaning if someone wanted the jacket for the cut and features, but did not want to worry about the white, they could just buy the black version. I did not expect to buy the J47 when I walked in the store, but after trying it on it was an (almost) easy decision. The all white construction highlights the articulation and features using light rather than the deconstructivist reverse seam allowances on the J69-GT and J66-GT and GTV. I can also see the stitching and other "raised" areas where there is overlapping fabric darkening with age and use (and dirt lol), which should further highlight the patterning. Lastly, the gray seam tape should start to show through and highlight the articulation from the interior. This is not pronounced on black GT Pro shells (and you won't see it on WS because the seams are not taped), but I had started to see the effect on my GT-J22 before I sold it for my J69-GT and I loved it. Of course, this is all speculation at this point, but I intend to find out. I have faith that the folks at Acronym did not choose to make a shell out of a "fragile" fabric like this (or PB/FO and GT-V) without a reason.
  10. The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    WTS: Acronym Vapormax light bone/volt/light bone size US 10. Lightly used. $200 shipped in US. http://imgur.com/a/6BayRo9
  11. Urban Techwear Community Sales Thread

    WTS: Veilance Sequent LT (first release), size 32. 9/10 condition. $300 + shipping.
  12. Acronym.

    Do you have the silver or black foil? And is it the foiling peeling and the liner/backing staying intact? Or a tear through all layers of the fabric?
  13. Acronym.

    58 is insulated so definitely do not recommend for warmer months. I've never handled a 46u-ws in hand, and did not realize the 46u used a different material than the 47a. Older J25-WS and 29B-WS/LA3-WS used a more matte WS, that might be more like the 46u-WS. I've worn my J22 and J69 in warmer weather too, if you would consider GT Pro. GT PB is also supposed to be good for a wide ranger of temps, but I haven't handled it in person either. DS-LA6 variants, and DS in general, will be more substantial than windstopper, but I've found it decent in warmer weather because of the breathability. The J40 in CH or Stotz will be a little heavier as well but are great short jackets. I think the Paclite used in the 2012-2015 seasons would be too heavy for warm weather, can't comment on the newer one used in the j1agtpl. I'm a big fan of the J43-K material as well, but it might be too similiar to the 28-k for you. Epic cotton is also on the lighter side, but it is harder to find these in decent condition.
  14. The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    Price dropped to $330 shipped in US. Sold WTB: P10-DS Small
  15. Urban Techwear Community Sales Thread

    Price lowered on the shirt to $100 shipped within US. Also FS: Veilance Haedn Overshirt, medium. I lost some weight and it's a little too big for me. Worn sparingly, easy 9/10 condition. $315 shipped in US. PM for international rates. SOLD