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  1. These things shrinks guys, don't forget! The Medium was really large on me until I washed it and it now fits great. Seriously, the difference is significant, especially in length overall and length of the arms.
  2. @donburi I almost never wash pants so these haven't had a cycle yet. Doubt it'll change much given the synthetic nature of that fabric. Totally love them though. Best ACR pants ever IMHO.
  3. From my side I've had nothing but trouble with the old plastic zipper. It got stuck very easily for me and the new one does not. Errolson did at some point mention these were meant as "improved zippers".
  4. Got my order a few days ago. J29-CH and P10-CH are really awesome. Better fit in my case than the GT and S respectively. Left handed 3A is super nice and T-Shirt has great silhouette. Less crazy stand-out and more sweating details this around. Good. Oh and yes, phone pocket is slightly bigger to accommodate a 6 perfectly.
  5. Good points markdjr. Some more considerations: - Don't forget how large and well-know Stone Island is especially compared ACR. I'm willing to bet more people know Shadow because of SI than because of ACR. - It seems selling as much as possible has never been much of a consideration for ACR. It would seem they are striking a balance between quality, their independence, commercial concerns and the desire to remain at least somewhat underground.
  6. I'm with kampongkid on this. I'm 178 and 83kg and wear M. Definitely do not go higher than L except perhaps on the J3B (runs small).
  7. Errolson doesn't design Stone Island main line. Only the shadow project range. The tortoise camo stuff is main line, and thus fits better in the tech wear section.
  8. Did you wash the S6C yet? Until you do it won't have its proper size. It'll shrink significantly.
  9. Fully second Misanthropod's opinion of the 8TS. Daily work bag for laptop, iPad, sunglasses, H1 and SM1, chargers, and personal bits & bobs. It has room to spare to stuff a J32 when not in use. After 4 years it still looks great. Lid sustained a coffee spill and the interior could do with a bit of a cleaning but it's nowhere close to end of life, nor do I feel like moving on. Pleasing indeed.
  10. You mean http://www.benchtyo.com. Specifically: http://store.benchtyo.com/?mode=cate&cbid=739277&csid=0&sort=n
  11. For what it's worth: I ordered a medium S6C, as that's pretty much always my size, and after washing it fits perfectly.
  12. Actually I'm pleasantly surprised there is branding-almost-free version of the jacket. Errolson's got our back
  13. I'll be giving the pants a try and grab a t-shirt. The sweater possibly. Agreed with Jon on the shiny backpack, though it's otherwise neat. The outwear will give a whole bunch of people their first exposure to Errolson's vision and skill with tech-fabrics, probably at a price-point that's lower than ACR itself. That's a good thing, even if it is daily routine for most of us here.
  14. So the SFBs seemed like an obvious choice for ACG. I'm hoping there will be a middle layer using the 3D knit stuff, like on the last Gyakusou drop. I'd kill for a (hoodless) cardigan like that, to go under any ACR or Veilance jackets (which already have hoods mostly). A base layer of some kind would be nice too. Some sweatmap style stuff adapted for urban use perhaps?
  15. If only we knew where/what stores.