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  1. SNg

    Acronym.

    Make sure it's clean and wash it when it gets dirty. Here's a video that's been reposted before. If you haven't been washing it regularly, you might actually see some additional delamination after the wash.
  2. SNg

    The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    WTS J1ts-S size XL Bought new and worn for a couple months and then unworn in over a year and a half. There is some fading around the cuffs in high wear areas like the gravity pocket buttons but otherwise rather clean. I'd probably rate this around 8.5/10. Spec sheet and plastic bag included. I'll also add photos later when I get the chance. Looking for $1450 OBO J47a-GT size XL Bought used and then worn frequently. Washed and treated and then didn't wear it for the last 8 months or so. Some delamination around the cuffs and I think there's a spot on the back. Will add photos later with closeups of affected areas. Ends of the seam tape are slightly folded - will also attach photos. I'd probably rate this around 6.5/10. Jacketsling is included but it doesn't have the spec sheet or the bag. Looking for $1350 OBO Thanks!!
  3. SNg

    Acronym.

    It has nothing to do with the asymmetric zipper. The KG fit block references the way kimonos are constructed - rectangular/square cuts of fabric and specifically how the sleeves attach to the main body. If you've held up a jacket that was cut to the KG block, you'll notice that the main back/shoulder panel is cut like a flat piece that looks like an upside down L (kind of like a kimono). I think the techwear-intern mentioned it in his 30 day challenge thread that if you wanted to increase articulation in the shoulders, you should make patterns with the arms up and parallel to the ground. If you've ever seen the back of kimonos laid flat you'll see that the sleeves are parallel to the ground.
  4. SNg

    Acronym.

    You'll have to call them, give the codes, and pay for it before UPS delivers it to you.
  5. SNg

    Acronym.

    For those who need the codes. I've also added some quotes I've found after this post if that helps with other pieces. "I was able to use 6201.93.47 for the S21-DS and duties dropped from around $290 to around $70." - Voyager "You could try just 6203.42.0000 or 6203.42.0300. I'm just guessing here. @CARLOOA may need to chime in with his expertise. (referencing p23-s)" - Voyager Also, not sure if it's outdated yet but the codes are from here - https://outdoorindustry.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/RPO-Paper-8.22.161.pdf
  6. SNg

    The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    https://acrnm.com/products/3A-13TS_FW1819
  7. SNg

    Acronym.

    You don't have to buy any modulars to have all your pockets.