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  1. SuE

    The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    WTS: 3A-MTS2 (FW18), Black, OS, full pack - $old ACR x Bagjack x Recon Tecsys Sunglasses pouch, Olive/Black, OS - $old Acronym Sound Forcelockǽ (Molle attached), Black, OS - $60 Acronym Sound Forcelockǽ (Velcro attached), Black, OS - $60 Bundle for $80
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    Acronym.

    I don't have an issue with 'Made in China' per se. My complaint is with the nature of the reveal for which I don't think there's a good excuse. If anyone wants to ask him why he wasn't upfront on Twitter then sure whynot but I'm past that
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    Acronym.

    And it was never the company's way to manufacture in China
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    Acronym.

    Hold up — I didn't say it's a personal insult; don't put words in my mouth. As opposed to perhaps Outlier, who put the info/picture on the product page when they first manufactured in China then followed up on social media with the specifics about the manufacturing company It doesn't have to be a big PR rollout via Hypebeast or whatever ffs. You're a journalist, you won't pick up the phone if Errolson calls? You're telling me he can't get an interview up witj Fashion Law blog? He can't make an announcement or two on Twitter? He can't explain on his website? That's bare minimum and he fell short
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    Acronym.

    There is no excuse that this info should come out via a customer picture and a LOL Instagram comment posted after the jacket is sold out. I'm disappointed in errolson's ethics
  6. SuE

    arcteryx veilance

    I understand the interest in the new direction, and the concern if you don't like. Some of the more vocal fans of Veilance have been designers and brand directors; this is basically what they do for a living. However, as long as there's no visible branding on the items, it'll barely factor in my purchase decisions
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    Techwear sale-steals

    Herno Laminar Gore-Tex Infinium Bomber at Altitude
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    arcteryx veilance

    I’m opposite. I’m wearing 30 in Terratex Voronois for regular fit (28 for ‘skinny jeans’ fit) but had to size up to 32 for the Convex LT as the thighs were too tight for 29-31 although the leg opening was good. I have to wear the 32 as high waist pants with the belt cinched tight for a decent look
  9. SuE

    Urban Techwear

    ACR ain’t shit (don’t @ me bro). The only great techwear brand is patagucci. Next question?
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    Acronym.

    Don’t trust 18Montrose. I bought from them first season they stocked Acronym. They charged me Tax. They said there was no way to fix it or refund me but they might change it for future seasons. Instead they just raised their price lol.
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    Urban Techwear

    ? depop.com/outlier has no returns. I wasn't being misleading; get your facts straight. Not sure what their customer service has to do with their release process here. I'll state explicitly again that I'm a fan of Outlier and their products. I'll also add that I'm a fan of their customer service. That doesn't mean I have to be a fan of their release process.
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    Urban Techwear

    Huh? No brand is exempt from criticism and even if it's right for them doesn't mean it's right for their fans. I haven't even taken Outlier to task for their depop distraction (i.e. third-party ecommerce site, logo heavy designs on cotton american apparel blanks, no returns etc) which is the zeitgeist they built their brand identity against. Ain't nothing outmoded about pointing out contradictions in word and deed You think 118 will be back next year? or you'll buy whatever Outlier puts out next year?
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    Urban Techwear

    I wasn't a fan of Acrnm's SS18 drip-drip release schedule and the hype and prices are rising rapidly. But Acrnm has actual retailers and puts out more stock of the hyped pieces. Also Acrnm has a predictable progression of releases so it's easier to integrate products from their collection. Just because I'm not a fan of their approach to releasing products doesn't mean I'm not a fan of the brand and/or the products. So back to the experiments 118, 119, 120. Can we discuss em? Did anyone order one?