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  1. 30-day DIY Techwear Design Challenge

    stoked to see your take on pants, dude!
  2. 30-day DIY Techwear Design Challenge

    the panelling on the shirt is great, i especially enjoy the way the sleeves seem to spiral towards the wrist. there's something about the back panel that seems to pull in the wrong directions, though. not sure if you can notice it while wearing but it looks off.
  3. arcteryx veilance

    this delamination issue is interesting. i'll have to inspect my indisces tonight. it might be that these laminates simply aren't designed for the type of fabric stress a pair of pants incurs, much like how the flat taped seams work in jackets but not in pants. additionally, i wonder how visible structural issues like this really are to the veilance design team. i know the voronoi issue is on the radar, and they recalled some of the earlier cotton-faced laminates, but i also expect that warranty claims on this type of wear are limited due to customer expectations. On the fashion side of things, as opposed to the outdoor side, people probably don't often consider the possibility of a warranty claim. These issues might be severely underreported.
  4. arcteryx veilance

    yes, there is a bit of flare. it might be less if you wear your pants higher up.
  5. arcteryx veilance

    the convex pants are pretty cool. they feel a little tighter than the voronois in the seat and thighs, but they also have a slimmer hem so the end result is still tapered. it's a very clean, minimal design. if you already own the terratex voronois they add very little except for being even more understated. they fit me somewhere in between the veilance model (too slim imho) and the haven model (unrealistically loose, no way their model is 1m83). The crotch gusset is interestingly sized so you end up with very clean lines where the thighs meet the fly. they end just above my CP's without any stacking.
  6. 30-day DIY Techwear Design Challenge

    those projects show an uncanny grasp of proportion and detail. you're going places, dude. keep us posted!
  7. arcteryx veilance

    shit, that's the reverse of what i was hoping for fitwise. guess ill find out when they arrive.
  8. arcteryx veilance

    Also the amer group article is kind of worrying. Their desire to crank up the volume on AV isn't news, but the idea to build it into a seperate mainline brand is going to dilute the identity.
  9. arcteryx veilance

    I was about to post that yesterday. The last few iterations of the AV website have grown increasingly dull and uninspired. The current one just looks plain bad.
  10. arcteryx veilance

    for city use they're essentially waterproof. I've worn mine cycling in driving rain for half an hour and stayed dry.
  11. 116740 APPROVED SHOES

    i can't believe how bad arc'teryx is at shoes
  12. arcteryx veilance

    maybe my wording was a bit too strong but the detail shots of the convexes seem to have tape that's already loose at the edges is the align longer in the inseam than previous seasons?
  13. arcteryx veilance

    anyone else notice they're using a different seam taping technique on the pants? Less tape-y and more conformal. edit also holy fuck on the close up shots in haven the taping looks sloppy as fuck.
  14. arcteryx veilance

    field lt in stone is peak veilance. would've loved the field shirt in that colorway instead of in ash.
  15. arcteryx veilance

    veilance does a REALLY good job color matching between different materials, but it'll never be quite identical simply because of the material properties