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  1. The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    Price drop again, want to shift these to a good home - £350 inc postage.
  2. The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    Price drop to £375 inc postage.
  3. The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    Acronym P9-E Black, size L Worn once, maybe twice. Very good condition. Think I have bag and spec sheet but need to dig them out. £400 including postage.
  4. The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    For Sale: P5TS-S in black size XL Worn once then kept in the closet ever since as don't really fit me. I've had these for years as couldn't bare to part with them so they are basically. I have baggy and spec sheet also. Shipped from UK. Contact me for better/more detailed photos if interested.
  5. The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    For sale P5TS-S, black in size XL. Worn once then put in the cupboard, never washed. Comes with original bag and spec sheet. Pics to follow. Please contact me if interested.
  6. The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    Interest check: P5TS-S in black XL Not sure if I'm selling these but having only worn them twice since buying years ago just checking for interest. PM me any offers. Or would trade for a pair in green! Cheers
  7. Acronym.

    Here's my 3A-5TS, heavily faded but been going strong for over 5 years now and gets worn every day for cycling.
  8. Acronym.

    Totally agree with you on this, the price for the KR-H1 is ridiculous and also for the KR-SM1. Prices in general seem to be creeping up each season, I definitely think Acronym is worth the money but it would be nice if they had a few products in their selection which weren't quite as pricey and/or prices didn't jump up with each new release. I also hope they keep up with the military inspired design, favourite Acronym pants to date are my pair of P5TS-S - just wish I had a pair in green as well!!
  9. Outlier

    Same here, I've had mine for about a week now, have worn them pretty much every day and loving them. Super comfy and look great on. Hopefully we'll see some more collabs like this from Outlier.
  10. Acronym.

    I have the older Limonta version and other than fading the material holds up really well. I've had the 3a5ts, 3aMK1, 3aMK2 and 3aMP1 for about 3 years and wear them daily to cycle to/from work (about an hour round trip) in all weather. They are holding up really well considering how much they've been used. I was hit by a car a while ago, got hurled about 15 feet over my handlebars and landed on the bag and it only got a minor tear, probably saved my back!
  11. Acronym.

    I know a few pages back people were interested in the patina of the Limonta acr products, here's some examples of how my 5ts looks after about 2 years use, I wear it daily for approx 60 minutes on a bike so it has seen a lot of bad weather! DSCN0218 by mr edwardo, on Flickr DSCN0229 by mr edwardo, on Flickr And a comparison between the bag and a much newer limonta 3a-mk1: DSCN0232 by mr edwardo, on Flickr Think I preferred it without all the patina but still love this bag, daily use for 2+ years including a pretty major accident and still going strong!
  12. Acronym.

    Thanks man, will contact them and see what they say, not an m thankfully!
  13. Acronym.

    Anyone know if any other stores are getting the p9-e in in Olive?
  14. Acronym.

    Hey, thanks for the input. Agreed there is a lot of variation, those veilance canvas jeans are pretty damn comfy though. Not too baggy but not sure I would want to lose the 2-3 cm for the acronyms (though I do want them!). I've usually found that acronym trousers are cut kind of small, think this has changed over time and the fit of acronym is definitely getting larger, or more 'western' over the years. I also find that the jackets and tops that I have are often larger than I would expect in comparison to other brands. sucks not being to try any of this stuff on!
  15. Acronym.

    According to Firmament ACRs are 46 but measuring my Veilance pants they were coming in at 48-49, could well be something off with my measuring though. I just remember the disappointment of ordering some ACR pants about 4 years ago, same size as I am in all other makes, waited weeks for them to arrive and when they finally came... They didn't fit! Devastated. Don't want to make that mistake again.