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Inkinsurgent last won the day on April 1 2019

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  1. Inkinsurgent


    Can't shake the feeling that acr's depleted its design language.
  2. Inkinsurgent


    E will dry a lot faster than DS. I don't really like how spongy DS feels once wet. Of the two, DS is generally the more comfortable next to skin.
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    It's been a couple of things around that time, all from Schoeller's "Shape" family of lifestyle oriented performance textiles. The melange CH was a nylon/cotton/spandex blend, the later night/black CH was a modacrylic blend, and there was a laminated cotton/polyester mesh version of the P9 and P11.
  4. Inkinsurgent


    i know E loves his wabi sabi but screenprinting a knit is dumb af.
  5. Inkinsurgent


    Not a big fan of all the fiddling with proven designs either, but the bib/apron is a cycling feature. If you're from a city where cycling is your main mode of transport, the leg flaps are super useful to keep your pants from getting soaked. IYKYK.
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    Resolved is just fancy designspeak for 'did'. But i agree with droves, compromising belt use for the novelty of having a shock cord up there is dumb af. If you're gonna load up those Deep Pocketsǽ [ L and R side ] that cord won't hold your pants up but if you want a belt they're in the way.
  7. Inkinsurgent


    ok so not the return of the legendary modacrylic ch but a schoeller shape variant.
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    also pretty interested in what constitutes ch this time around. it's been a couple of different schoeller textiles by now.
  9. Inkinsurgent


    Between my P10s, P9s and P14's i've also handled all ACR pant textiles except for epic cotton. DS: overall winner as far as balance/daily usefulness goes. Good water resistance and dry time, excellent stretch, good next to skin comfort, good stacking/drape, excellent colorfastness, good breathability. CH: overall winner as far as style/comfort goes. Great next to skin comfort, great breathability, luxurious textile, decent drape, excellent colorfastness but essentially no weather protection. E: overall winner for weather performance. Good water repellence, great dry time, decent breathability, excellent drape/stacking. CH-melange: surprisingly good dry time but moderate water resistance, good stacking and drape, good stretch and next to skin comfort, the most "unique" looking of the textiles. Good colorfastness. S: dogshit.
  10. Inkinsurgent


    I wouldn't hike in my P10s because their patterning really doesn't play nice with hiking boots, but Schoeller dryskin is a hiking and skiiing textile by design.
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