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Bigyen

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About Bigyen

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  1. Introduction

    Hi how are you?
  2. Visvim fw2017

    How does the Sanjuro MA-1 fit tts?
  3. Urban Techwear

    That's what I'm saying! Everything is synthetic fibers. I found a Filson liner that's all wool, but it's a bit boxy in fit.
  4. Urban Techwear

    I really want a wool fleece mid layer, but I can't seem to find anything that fits the bill. Anything new is either 100% synthetic or best case 63% wool (Outlier). I'm on the hunt for a size 3 iris liner, but are there any other options out there? It doesn't have to be exclusively wool, but only natural fibers.
  5. Visvim Community Sale Thread

    WTB longliner or iris liner in M (3)
  6. Visvim fw2017

    How do Iris Liners fit? I'm a 3 in most tops of theirs
  7. Acronym.

    What’s the metal phone case shown in most detail product shots on the main website?
  8. The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    @Xu Jianfeng for being a great guy. Fast, communicative n' reliable
  9. 116740 APPROVED SHOES

    I've considered CP, but the soles look meh. It's like a converse or van sole, unless I'm mistaken.
  10. 116740 APPROVED SHOES

    I need a low top winter sneaker recommendation. I got a pair of the Nike Gyakusou Fly Knit Free 3.0 (black and slate color way) a couple of years ago and they're my favorite shoe. Understated, simple and not a ton of frills. They hug my flat feet which feels good, and makes them look good. Also, the sole is extra thick, absorbent, and cozy. A point of reference, I got a pair of the Air Mocs last year and those have no support and the material doesn't conform to my feet so they look like pancakes, but the material is warm. The problem with the Fly Knits is they're not good cold weather shoes so I need something for winter. Ideally something mostly black with an accent color, and possibly a black sole (white would be fine too). I want something simple and with a good sole, without looking like I have dad shoes on. Y-3 seems like it could fit the bill but nothing by them is understated (not into the tubular sole). Also, there are new variations on the Presto which could work, but I'm not sure how warm they would be and didn't people have issue with the tape on the toe coming off. Not into that. Not looking for anything water proof or resistant either, that base I have covered. Also, not into AF1s or anything that's super bulky. Halp.
  11. Acronym.

    I notice a lot of people wearing their p23's very high up as if to hide the drop crotchy·ness of these pants. A bunch of retailers do this in their images, and I'd say most of the time when they're shown on the ACR site someone is wearing a longer than usual shirt to make these pants look a little more "normal." Fuck normal. Let 'em sit on your hips and embrace a whole new level of comfort.
  12. The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    WTB: P23-s Raf size M at that bodega price OR if you're interested in a S15-WS size M. worn once + Cash. Hit me up
  13. Acronym.

    I just picked up sewing as a hobby and let me tell you it ain't easy. When you look at the level of complexity and perfection* of each stitch in ACR pieces, the quantity produced makes sense. *Lets hope they fixed the jersey cuff stitching issue this season on the p23s. As I write this that is a j64ts m raf on the main site.
  14. Acronym.

    That's the cut of those pants. Anyone feels the same way about their Raf size M's when they arrive, hit me up.
  15. Acronym.

    Just checked on the main site and things are popping back up for sale. Then quickly being sold out again, but worth checking in as it looks like he's holding true to his twitter word.