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  1. szg

    arcteryx veilance

    Say, how would one recognize the Terratex vs. the older material? There are a bunch of Voronoi (and Anode and... something else, Align?) in the Arc'teryx Outlet here in Austria, and I keep wondering. They feel/look like the older material that disintegrated badly to me, but I'm not sure. Also, re. SS19: Darn it.
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    arcteryx veilance

    Well, that could throw a wrench into complaints about production in China (at least, after a fashion): https://www.nytimes.com/reuters/2018/09/11/business/11reuters-amer-sports-stocks.html "Amer Sports has received a takeover approach from China's Anta Sports and Asian private equity firm FountainVest Partners"
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    arcteryx veilance

    Not Veilance, but people here might be interested (and I was certainly ready to talk shop there only thanks to you guys): Swiss outdoors/mountaineering equipment maker Mammut will enter that world of urban performance in SS2019 with its "Delta X" collection. Some pretty cool-looking pieces, some rather funky. If I'm allowed the self-promotion, here's my 'reporting' on that from the Outdoor Friedrichshafen trade fair: And yeah, I wore a Component shirt and Blazer LT to that outdoor sports trade fair
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    arcteryx veilance

    Had a guy from Arc'teryx check through the list of SS19 products, and there wasn't anything that isn't AR, IS, all the labels and product names we know. Looking at these photos, that ain't running gear, either. (Does look like Shakedry, but a coat like that isn't for running.) So, some updates to the line, a bit of an expansion, and surprise, I was told again that a women's range should be coming soon, is what I'd expect. (Of course, may well be proven wrong if there is more from Melagence. I'm tempted to blame it on some misunderstanding, though.