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    Stone Island Shadow Project

    The Stone Island Shadow Project began as a discourse between Sportswear Co. owner and creative director Carlo Rivetti and the highly technical and talented ACRONYM® design team of Errolson Hugh and Michaela Sachenbacher. A platform for exploration, the Shadow project rapidly evolved into a system based program for a new generation of urban masculine apparel. with both Stone Island's incredible historical archive and it's unparalleled forward development resources as a starting point, ACRONYM® sought to conceive a project according to their strong technical and performance based roots. The result is a unique and unprecedented fusion.
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    Stone Island Shadow Project

    Autumn Winter 22/23 https://www.stoneisland.com/experience/en/7719-shadow-project-video-chapter1/
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    WAYWT destroyed my cybernetic implants [2046]

    Poutnik Blade/P30A-DS/ISPA Road Warrior
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    The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    How does the waist measure in reality, is there any stretch? Interested depending on precise sizing. Thanks
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    Urban Techwear Community Sales Thread

    WTB Nike ISPA Road Warrior UK11/US12 Volt light colour, will consider the jade also. WTS/WTT Nike ISPA (Jade) Road Warrior UK9/US10 EU44 for Size UK 10.5/11 Price £400 plus shipping. Mine are just too small sadly. Any questions please ask. Ships from UK
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    Byborre textile tech style

    About Byborre BYBORRE is an Amsterdam based textile innovation studio working on the frontiers of material development, functionality and aesthetics through engineered knits. The BYBORRE studio is committed to true textile innovation and rethinking all stages of the garment-creation process, from design to manufacturing. BYBORRE serves both as a material development and production hub, a design studio and, overall, a platform for questioning how fashions of the future can be more responsible, providing a better, sustainable product to people worldwide. BYBORRE allows brands to custom engineer meaningful and sustainable textiles. The mission is to change the game of textiles from a sourcing driven industry to a design and innovation game, while reducing the negative footprint. By giving professional creators full control over all textile variables (function, feel, aesthetics and footprint) simultaneously in one place, they can create superior products that consumers and our planet need. Without being discouraged by the hassles of a complicated supply chain with lots of legacy, designers can configure samples instantly, and have them produced at scale in Amsterdam or locally. Brands like Adidas, Descente, Rapha, Eastpak, GORE-TEX, BMW use the BYBORRE textiles today. The BYBORRE label, BYBORRE’s in-house brand, is the perfect means for showcasing the studio’s advances. It is, in a way, the first client of the BYBORRE textile studio. It is an essential aspect of the broader BYBORRE project – in other words, it’s part of something bigger. The BYBORRE label is the final step in proving the potential for uniting the manufacturing process under one roof to prevent waste and promote responsible design. The label serves as a forecast for the wider industry – a means of highlighting what could and should be possible with BYBORRE textiles. It provides suggestions for ideas, shapes, products and finishes to come. It is a playground for refining the BYBORRE ideology – a hub of imagination where all textiles are building blocks and research and development can be pushed to the final point. ±40 premium boutiques around the world sell the label, including stores such as Browns in London, Isetan in Tokyo, and Snowpeak in NY. byborre.com About Borre Akkersdijk Borre Akkersdijk is a Dutch textile designer and the co-founder and creative director of textile innovation studio BYBORRE. Born in Wamel, the Netherlands, Akkersdijk took fashion design courses at the Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC and graduated from the Design Academy Eindhoven in 2009 while also working at Paris-based design and trend consultancy Studio Edelkoort. He started what became the foundation of BYBORRE in October 2010, initially consulting for brands such as Nike and Louis Vuitton before deciding to focus solely on the development of his now signature 3D knitted fabrics. In 2012, he was awarded Young Designer of the Year at the Dutch Design Awards. Research into the future of fashion and integrated technology resulted in presentations at South by Southwest, Bejing Designweek and Salone del Mobile Milano and publications in Wired magazine and Fast Company Magazine. Since then Akkersdijk has worked on building a studio filled with machines and a team of specialists from all corners of the textile industry to grow BYBORRE into what it is today.
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    Acronym.

    I don't think I could even accept them as a gift sadly.
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    Acronym.

    Anyone know if there are further iterations of the P30 coming alternatively something more extreme wide and low on the horizon? Just get the feeling that releases are getting awfully normal and less progressive looking.
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    Acronym.

    ...found it, J53TS-GT,.....ahhhh, and rest! Now to hunt one down in Xl.
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    Acronym.

    @bboysparrow - no I'm afraid not either of those, however a nice stealth offering wouldn't go amiss a la sisp trench! Thanks though.
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    Acronym.

    Trying to remember the GT jacket that had the tech sys array sited around the rib area on each side in order to attach additional pockets as I quite like the idea of getting one. No idea on the XL sizing so don't even know if it would be viable for my heft, but any clues would be greatly appreciated. Also be good if there were more interesting fabrics used on forthcoming jackets, like the tech wool blazer/stealth as per sisp a few years ago, nice to see that in the acr lineup.
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    The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    WTB P25-DS XL Looking forward to hearing from anyone.
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    Urban Techwear Community Sales Thread

    Would anyone out there proxy from Saudi Arabia? Trying to get a pair of Y-3 pants but cannot get them to UK....
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    WAYWT destroyed my cybernetic implants [2046]

    Nanamica Gore Tex Coach jacket/ Snowpeak Recycled hooded sweatshirt/ ACRNM P30A-DS / Adidas Winterstar boots/ Hestra gloves/ Wood Wood bag.
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    The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    Still WTB P30A-DS (xl) alpha may consider L
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    Byborre textile tech style

    If you can, pick it up, I have that same jacket and bloody love it!
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    The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    If you don't come here often then you are not really understanding of the term 'community', more taking advantage of those part of it. This has been a worrying trend for some time and has eroded the spirit in which it was created. Shame really.
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    Urban Techwear Community Sales Thread

    Wtb Nike ISPA Road Warrior in the light colour size 12 us 11 UK. Not interested in silly reseller pricing, just want them to wear
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    Urban Techwear Community Sales Thread

    Love to buy and use that, those angled pockets are a great design
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    Acronym.

    Shoes are by 'Callous Hands' I had about 6 pairs many years ago! He must have got the from Firmament when they shared the same space.
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    Stone Island Shadow Project

    Such a classy coat, shame that we'll not see them again or the myriad of other iterations, I feel an idiot for getting rid my several, would love them again....damn.
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    Acronym.

    Have to say that when I got my P30a-E that I was really rather disappointed compared to the V1.0 ds iterations, material felt unsubstantial especially given it is for 4 season use. Far less comfortable as the material has no give. Anyway, long story short, I sent them back and got a refund. My goopimade pants are far more comfortable given the similarities in fabric and a fraction of the cost but still look as good in my humblest of opinions. Needless to say I'll get the DS version if I can find any in the alpha colour here in the UK, but I'll avoid the E-nylon in the future.
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    WAYWT destroyed my cybernetic implants [2046]

    SISP Modular liner in iridescent burgundy / P30A-E/ Birkenstock Boston
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    The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    WTT: P30A-E. (L) Alpha for P30A-DS (L or XL) Alpha I'm UK based.
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    Byborre textile tech style

    @FelixRevoltNo sadly, despite chasing numerous times they are still not with me
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