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  1. FS: Veilance Nemis Jacket, Black, size S — $199 Outlier M-Back OGs, Midnight, size 31 x 29.5 — $old
  2. Urban Techwear

    How Stone Island Maintains Its Edge
  3. Urban Techwear

    Review of Montura's Shakedry Flyaway Anorak (there's also a Flyaway Jacket) these shakedry garments ticks a lot of my boxes: straight hem, elastic cuffs, hooded, subtle (unfamiliar) branding. If someone could make a shakedry jacket that packs that as small/flat as a wallet and could fit in a pants pocket/ on a belt loop it could be game-changer for urban wardrobe. also special shoutout to that montura hood, perhaps the best I've ever had on a rain jacket. Perfect fit, perfect visibility, perfect protection. It's so simple yet effective especially compared to the complicated solutions some other brands (see Outlier's evolution below) have been engineering recently
  4. Acronym.

    My frequent frustration with the higher prices is that it isn't justified with more expensive fabrics. Instead of another Etaproof can we get more LP and more Leather? Or bring back cashmere goretex eh?
  5. Acronym.

    "Outsourced" is not the word you want to use to justify a price hike...
  6. 116740 APPROVED SHOES

    Hender Scheme Adidas Originals 2nd Collection
  7. It's not the fabled blazer but there's a SISP tech wool Car Coat on Y!JP that deserves a nice new home.
  8. arcteryx veilance

    Do you see pocket flare when wearing your convex pants?
  9. arcteryx veilance

    Does nobody wears the longer rain jackets/ trench coats anymore? Any thoughts or reviews of the Doeln coat, Indisce 3/4s, Mionn 3/4s etc?
  10. arcteryx veilance

    which colorways will the convex pant be produced in?
  11. Acronym.

    FWIW the Bragi wireless earphones attach tightly to the forcelock and they are waterproof to boot. Is that enough to make anyone switch from airpods?
  12. Urban Techwear

    start with warmer base layers. I got swayed to idea by Outlier's airspace. I took a look at Brynje's merino mesh and tried Patagonia's merino air. The real game changer though was Uniqlo's heattech ultra warm introduced last year: that ad was only a mild exaggeration. My cheat code this season has been layering the heattech. I've worn — without any jacket! — an ultra warm under an extra warm turtleneck comfortably in -5°c (low 20s°f) outside yet not overheating when back indoors. Or size up on an ultra warm and wear that as a sweater. It's -15°c (single digits °f) so I've added a jacket but still no need for any down/primaloft/alpha insulation yet. Heattech ultra warm is really in a class of its own. Uniqlo claims heattech has feature parity with wool too i.e. anti-odor, moisture wicking etc. There's few excuses for everyone not to try 'em.
  13. Urban Techwear

    Well there's Wolf & Shepherd which has been worn to win a marathon. It'll wear down eventually too but it can be resoled. Oh they don't only offer dress shoes; they make a lace-up boot now and the chelsea boot could work with some fits. I assume you're running for exercise/fun and not competitive reasons... Otherwise, as appleseed recommended, just buy regular running shoes
  14. Urban Techwear

    Under Armour Shake Dry Long Jacket (limited distribution? no men's model?!)